Dissertation, Universidad Santo Tomás .Colombia (2015)

Ubaldina Diaz Romero
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Abstract: Colombia's armed conflict, one of the longest in the world, requires a special approach to transitional justice strategies. Institutionalized practices customs. Approach it from a perspective that, with the legislative and judicial actions, give rise to political-educational and ethical-cultural actions is key. Recognition and legitimacy are complementary. With Carlos S. Nino, we see the law as a collective action in time.
Keywords Legitimacy  Commitment  Transitional Justice.  Recognition  Post Conflict  Citizenship
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