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    The Coherence Between the Regulatory Frameworks of United Nations, the EU and Spanish State. The Case of Development Cooperation Policies and the External Dimension of Migratory Policy.Nerea Azkona - 2015 - Yearbook of Humanitarian Action and Human Rights/Anuario de Acción Humanitaria y Derechos Humanos 13:189-217.
    This article aims to clarify the coherence between the policies of cooperation and migration of the Spanish State as a member of the EU and the United Nations. We have considered the crossroads of the concepts of development, migration and cooperation development in the scope of work of the CPD, which advocates shared responsibility in the field of migration and development. If the objective of the development cooperation is the creation of conditions that favour the development of societies and people (...)
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    Participation and Associationism of Immigrants: Tools for the Exercise of Citizenship.Manuela Gabriel - 2015 - Yearbook of Humanitarian Action and Human Rights/Anuario de Acción Humanitaria y Derechos Humanos 13:219-244.
    The following article aims to provide a general conceptual definition of participation and its benefits, with immigrants in the process of integration as a reference point. The principal authors mentioned in this article have addressed the phenomenon of associationism with a special focus to study the phenomenon of immigrant associations. These immigrant associations in the last few years have emerged as interlocutors mirroring the needs and interests of recent immigrants, and at the same time they are recognized as spaces and (...)
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    Avoiding Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Colombia’s Proposal for Alternative Sentencing.Lucía E. M. Savini - 2015 - Yearbook of Humanitarian Action and Human Rights/Anuario de Acción Humanitaria y Derechos Humanos 13:125-158.
    One of the more conspicuous symptoms of the anti-impunity movement in transitional justice is a growing objection towards the use of amnesty. While international standards are slowly but surely building a legal barricade to prevent amnesty and impunity, states are searching for alternative measures capable of persuading hostile actors to demobilize. One promising solution to this is Colombia’s proposal for prosecutions accompanied by alternative sentencing under the _Marco Jurídico de la Paz_, which aims to demobilize the guerillas and end a (...)
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    Solidary Communities: Religious Minorities and Integration.Saioa Bilbao Urkidi - 2015 - Yearbook of Humanitarian Action and Human Rights/Anuario de Acción Humanitaria y Derechos Humanos 13:245-263.
    This article focuses on the way in which three different communities belonging to religious minorities approach to the task of both granting mutual support among their respective members, and making a contribution to the wider Basque society. By promoting solidarity, these communities become of paramount relevance in the life of their members and attract new ones. We use the category of bonding social capital as analytical tool. _Received_: 31 June 2015 _Accepted_: 15 October 2015 _Published online_: 11 December 2017.
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    Conceptions and Practices of Communication for Peace. Critical Perspectives of Actors and Formal Proposals.Cristina Sala Valdés - 2015 - Yearbook of Humanitarian Action and Human Rights/Anuario de Acción Humanitaria y Derechos Humanos 13:159-188.
    Communication for peace is a multi-faceted area which is based primordially in practice and lacks of academic quorum. With the aim of collecting and analyzing the various acceptations that can be found in formal literature, this study presents a taxonomic proposal. This proposal includes the variety of senses presents in academic papers, the practices associated to those, and the actors that facilitate its implementation. Taking into account the conclusions found, this paper also analyses the dominant paradigms from a critical approach; (...)
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