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CAPAZ publishes its second working paper: “The right to the progressive access to the land ownership”

The German-Colombian Peace Institute CAPAZ  recently published its second working paper entitled: “El derecho al acceso progresivo a la propiedad de la tierra” (The right to the progressive access to the land ownership), written by Diana Carolina Sanabria Ramírez, doctoral student of public law in the University of Konstanz in Germany.

The paper analyzes the extent of the Article 64 of the Political Constituttion of Colombia, which refers to the fundamental right of the farmers progressive access to land. The document also discusses the problem of  high tenure concentrations in fewer hands as an obstacle for the compliance of the Article 64 and it analyzes if the current legal system privileges the right to property of people who concentrate the land.

This working paper is the first of the editorial plan of the CAPAZ Institute in 2019 and contributes to the consolidation of the research area of territorial peace and social inequalities.

Please click here to download the working paper (available only in Spanish).

Further information is available in the publications section of the CAPAZ Institute.

 

 

 

 

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First Working Paper published by CAPAZ

Cover of the first CAPAZ Working Paper.

Salas Salazar, L.G., Camelo, F.E., Wolff, J. (noviembre de 2018). Dinámicas territoriales de la violencia y del conflicto armado antes y después del acuerdo de paz con las FARC-EP. Estudio de caso: municipio de Tumaco, Nariño. Documento de trabajo 1-2018. Bogotá, Colombia: Instituto CAPAZ.

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CAPAZ PUBLISHES ITS FIRST WORKING PAPER ON THE DYNAMICS OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN TUMACO, NARIÑO

The German-Colombian Peace Institute, CAPAZ publishes its first working paper “Territorial dynamics of the violence and armed conflict before and after the peace accord with the FARC-EP. Case study: Tumaco, Nariño”.

This paper has been written by researchers Luis Gabriel Salas Salazar and Fabián Eduardo Camelo (Universidad Nacional de Colombia), and Jonas Wolff (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt-PRIF).

 

Download the first CAPAZ Working Paper 1-2018 (in Spanish).

 

Further information: juliana.gonzalez@instituto-capaz.org / juliette.vargas@instituto-capaz.org

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