CAPAZ Línea Azul – Policy Brief 3-2021: Access to justice beyond borders: Victims abroad and their participation before the JEP
Indira Murillo and Laura Pedraza, authors of the CAPAZ Línea Azul Policy Brief 3-2021 attempt to address the mechanisms —not explicitly addressed in the Final Agreement— via which victims of the Colombian armed conflict residing abroad can access truth and justice. They therefore seek to “identify what strategies the JEP has implemented to promote the effective participation of victims abroad, specifically in cases 01 (…) and 06 (…)”.
Read the PB3-2021 Línea Azul (.pdf, in Spanish)
Indira Yiceth Murillo Palomino. CAPAZ Science Collaborator, BA in Law from the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia (Neiva), LL.M. in International Human Rights Law and Gender from the American University Washington College of Law and LL.M. from the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg. Contact: email@example.com
Laura Ximena Pedraza Camacho. National lawyer for international protection at Corporación Opción Legal. BA in Law from Universidad del Rosario and currently studying for a specialisation in state, public policy, and development at CIDER, Universidad de los Andes. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy Brief 3-2021, “Access to justice across borders: victims abroad and their participation before the JEP” was supported and sponsored by CAPAZ and the Centre for Latin American Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Studies CEDPAL/University of Göttingen.
(NW: Claudia Maya. English: Tiziana Laudato)