CAPAZ | German-Colombian Peace Institute
The German-Colombian Peace Institute (CAPAZ, in Spanish) is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD, in German) with financial resources from the Federal Foreign Office in Germany (Auswärtiges Amt). The institute aims to accompany the peace process in Colombia from a perspective that combines research, teaching and outreach. The CAPAZ Institute seeks to establish itself as a cooperation platform for disseminating knowledge about peace studies in order to contribute to the consolidation of a society that transcends the post-conflict stage.
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2017

Rettberg, A; Ugarriza, J

Reconciliation: A Comprehensive Framework for Empirical Analysis. (Journal Article)

Security Dialogue , 47 , pp. 517-540, 2017, ISSN: 0967-0106.

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Colombia y Alemania trabajan en paz, ciencia y tecnología. (Online)

2017.

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Zuluaga, J

El artículo 52 de la Ley de Amnistía. Ámbito Jurídico. (Online)

2017.

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Ambos, K

El código procesal de la JEP. El Espectador. Disponible en (Online)

2017.

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Borrero, C

La academia debe transformarse para aportar a la paz. Colombia 2020, El Espectador. (Online)

2017.

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Noguera, M

La verdad debe ser negociada y construida por todos. Colombia 2020, El Espectador. (Online)

2017.

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2016

Wolff, J

Peacebuilding and democracy promotion: What current challenges to the latter might tell us for rethinking the former. (Journal Article)

Debiel, T., Held, T., Schnecnkener. Peacebuilding in Crisis. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 73-90, 2016.

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Zuluaga, J

Hacia una tercer generación de justicia transicional. De la jurisdicción especial para la solución del conflicto armado en Colombia. (Online)

2016.

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Rettberg, A

Paz en Construcción: lecciones del proceso colombiano (Online)

La Silla Vacía 2016.

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Góngora, M

Prior Consultation in Colombia: Paradoxes of Inclusion through Tribalization. (Online)

Völkerrechtsblog 2016.

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Góngora, M

Social Rights in a Context of Extreme Inequalities and Conflict: Balanced-Budget Conservatism and the Judicial-led Implementation of Social Rights in Colombia. (Online)

Becker, Ulrich (Ed.): 2016.

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Sommermann, Karl-Peter

The Implementation of Social Rights: A Comparison of Case Studies from Latin America and Europe (Online)

Ossio, Lorena (Ed.): Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik, Munich 2016.

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Colombian peace process follow-up

The magistrates for the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP in Spanish) are elected. They are in charge of prosecuting crimes commited within the framework of the conflict

26. September 2017

The United Nations Security Council defines its second mission in Colombia, which will be responsible for verifying the reincorporation to civil and economic life of FARC-EP ex-guerrilla combatants, as well as to ensure their security and the community’s

14. September 2017

The Ejército de Liberación Nacional (ELN) announces a ceasefire scheduled to start on October 1, 2017, for an initial period of 102 days

6. September 2017

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