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331 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
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271 p. ; 19 cm.
  • Introducción
  • El desplazamiento forzado y su incidencia en la población afrocolombiana
  • Desplazamiento y discriminación racial: las obligaciones del estado colombiano
  • De las normas a la realidad: la situación de los afrocolombianos desplazados
  • Conclusiones bibliográficas
  • Anexo: Corte Constitucional de Colombia, Auto 05 de 2009
  • 466.
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xiv, 219 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Part 1. Studying impact : activist courts addressing radical deprivation: The impact of judicial activism on socioeconomic rights in the global south : an analytical framework
  • The case study : forced internal displacement and the intervention of the Colombian Constitutional Court
  • Part 2. Direct, indirect, material, and symbiotic effects: The unlocking effect : judicial prodding and streamlining the government bureaucracy
  • The policy effect : design and evaluation of public policies through judicial incentives
  • The participatory effect : dialogic judicial activism, public deliberation, and problem-solving
  • The reframing effect : forced displacement as a human rights problem
  • The socioeconomic effect : the impact on the situation of internally displaced persons
  • Part 3. Dialogic judicial activism in comparative perspective: Explaining impact in comparative constitutionalism : an empirical case for dialogic judicial activism
  • Conclusions: Comparative constitutionalism as institutional imagination.
This book is an empirical study of contributions by courts in the Global South to comparative constitutionalism. It offers an analytical and comparative framework for understanding these constitutional innovations and illustrates them with a detailed qualitative study of the most ambitious case in constitutional adjudication in Latin America over the last decade: the Colombian Constitutional Court's structural injunction affecting the rights of over four million internally displaced people (IDPs) in Colombia, and its implementation process. While the ruling (known as T-025 in Colombia) was handed down in 2004, its monitoring process continues to this day. This book traces the case's evolution over the last ten years from its origin to its effects on law, policy, politics, and public opinion. The far-reaching insights from this case study will be of interest to scholars of comparative constitutionalism as well as leading constitutional courts in Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107078888 20160619
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112 pages ; 19 cm.
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188 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
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65 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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91 pages ; 19 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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290 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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69 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
  • Presentación
  • El mito de la democracia racial colombiana y el propósito del informe
  • El punto de partida: El reconocimiento de la discriminación y el contenido del estudio
  • Las cifras de la discriminación racial y la situación de la población afrocolombiana
  • Tierras, violencia y desplazamiento: La incidencia del conflicto armado en las comunidades negras
  • La discriminación en el sistema educativo y la reproducción de la desigualdad
  • Sin derecho a enfermarse: La difícil situación del derecho a la salud de los afrocolombianos
  • Viviendo la discriminación: El derecho a la vivienda de los afrocolombianos
  • Excluidos del sistema: los afrocolombianos y la justicia
  • El derecho ausente: ni legislación, ni políticas contra la discriminación.
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84 p. ; 19 cm.
Green Library
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xi, 293 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
  • Remapping law and society in Latin America : visions and topics for a new legal cartography / César Rodríguez Garavito
  • Inequality and the subversion of the rule of law / Oscar Vilhena Vieira
  • Constitution or barbarism? : how to rethink law in "lawless" spaces / Julieta Lemaitre
  • Ineffectiveness of the law and the culture of noncompliance with rules in Latin America / Mauricio García Villegas
  • Latin American constitutionalism : social rights and the "engine room" of the constitution / Roberto Gargarella
  • The recent transformation of constitutional law in Latin America : trends and challenges / Rodrigo Uprimny
  • Constitutions in action : the impact of judicial activism on socioeconomic rights in Latin America / César Rodríguez Garavito
  • Indigenous peoples' rights and the law in Latin America / Rachel Sieder
  • The panorama of pluralist constitutionalism : from multiculturalism to decolonization / Raquel Z. Yrigoyen Fajardo
  • Autonomy and subsidiarity : the inter-American system of human rights vs. national justice systems / Victor Abramovich
  • Freedom of expression in the Americas : persistent problems and emerging challenges / Catalina Botero Marino
  • Inter-American constitutionalism : the interaction between human rights and progressive constitutional law in Latin America / Jorge Contesse
  • Judicial review and rights protection in Latin America : the debate on the regionalization of activism / Francisca Pou Giménez
  • Citizen insecurity and human rights : toward the deconstruction of the security discourse and a new criminal law / Ramiro Ávila Santamaria.
Over the past two decades, legal thought and practice in Latin America has changed dramatically: new constitutions or constitutional reforms have marked a widespread transition to democracy, fundamental institutional innovations have been introduced, and processes of globalization have had profound impacts on Latin American law. Law and Society in Latin America: A New Map offers the first systematic assessment by leading Latin American legal scholars of the momentous legal and political transformations in the region. Together with the liberalization of national economies, there has been an intensive importation of legal ideas and institutions - from the commercial and financial regulations promoted by the World Bank and World Trade Organization, to the adversarial criminal justice system inspired by the United States. Meanwhile, the globalization of human rights has had a fundamental impact - as demonstrated by the multiplication of laws, institutions, and public debates about the rights of groups that historically faced discrimination, and about the punishment of serious human rights violations committed by past or present authoritarian governments. These and other processes have not only radically altered the institutional landscape of the region, but also produced academic and practical innovations that are of global interest. Painting a portrait of the new Latin American legal thought for an international audience, Law and Society in Latin America: A New Map will be of particular interest to those studying law and Latin American studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415854047 20160616
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xi, 293 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Remapping law and society in Latin America : visions and topics for a new legal cartography / César Rodríguez Garavito
  • Inequality and the subversion of the rule of law / Oscar Vilhena Vieira
  • Constitution or barbarism? : how to rethink law in "lawless" spaces / Julieta Lemaitre
  • Ineffectiveness of the law and the culture of noncompliance with rules in Latin America / Mauricio García Villegas
  • Latin American constitutionalism : social rights and the "engine room" of the constitution / Roberto Gargarella
  • The recent transformation of constitutional law in Latin America : trends and challenges / Rodrigo Uprimny
  • Constitutions in action : the impact of judicial activism on socioeconomic rights in Latin America / César Rodríguez Garavito
  • Indigenous peoples' rights and the law in Latin America / Rachel Sieder
  • The panorama of pluralist constitutionalism : from multiculturalism to decolonization / Raquel Z. Yrigoyen Fajardo
  • Autonomy and subsidiarity : the inter-American system of human rights vs. national justice systems / Victor Abramovich
  • Freedom of expression in the Americas : persistent problems and emerging challenges / Catalina Botero Marino
  • Inter-American constitutionalism : the interaction between human rights and progressive constitutional law in Latin America / Jorge Contesse
  • Judicial review and rights protection in Latin America : the debate on the regionalization of activism / Francisca Pou Giménez
  • Citizen insecurity and human rights : toward the deconstruction of the security discourse and a new criminal law / Ramiro Ávila Santamaria.
Over the past two decades, legal thought and practice in Latin America has changed dramatically: new constitutions or constitutional reforms have marked a widespread transition to democracy, fundamental institutional innovations have been introduced, and processes of globalization have had profound impacts on Latin American law. Law and Society in Latin America: A New Map offers the first systematic assessment by leading Latin American legal scholars of the momentous legal and political transformations in the region. Together with the liberalization of national economies, there has been an intensive importation of legal ideas and institutions - from the commercial and financial regulations promoted by the World Bank and World Trade Organization, to the adversarial criminal justice system inspired by the United States. Meanwhile, the globalization of human rights has had a fundamental impact - as demonstrated by the multiplication of laws, institutions, and public debates about the rights of groups that historically faced discrimination, and about the punishment of serious human rights violations committed by past or present authoritarian governments. These and other processes have not only radically altered the institutional landscape of the region, but also produced academic and practical innovations that are of global interest. Painting a portrait of the new Latin American legal thought for an international audience, Law and Society in Latin America: A New Map will be of particular interest to those studying law and Latin American studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415854047 20160616
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LAW-5017-01
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426 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
  • Introducción: Un nuevo mapa para el pensamiento jurídico latinoamericano / César Rodríguez Caravito
  • Desigualidad estructural y Estado de derecho / Oscar Vilhena Vieira
  • ¿Constitución o barbarie? : cómo repensar el derecho en las zonas "sin ley" / Julieta Lemaitre Ripoll
  • Navegando la globalización : un mapamundi para el estudio y la práctica del derecho en América Latina / César Rodríguez Garavito
  • Pensando sobre la reforma constitucional en América Latina / Roberto Gargarella
  • Las transformaciones constitucionales recientes en América Latina : tendencias y desafíos / Rodrigo Uprimny
  • El horizonte del constitucionalismo pluralista : del multiculturalismo a la descolonización / Raquel Z. Yrigoyen Fajardo
  • Ineficacia del derecho y cultura del incumplimiento de reglas en América Latina / Mauricio García Villegas
  • Lusus naturae / Martín Böhmer
  • Autonomía y subsidiariedad : el Sistema Interamericano de Derechos Humanos frente a los sistemas de justicias nacionales / Victor Abramovich
  • Justicia constitucional y protección de derechos en América Latina : el debate sobre la regionalización del activismo / Francisca Pou Giménez
  • Constitucionalismo interamericano : algunas notas sobre las dinámicas de creación e internalización de los derechos humanos / Jorge Contesse Singh
  • Problemas persistentes y desafíos emergentes en materia de libertad de expresión en las Américas / Catalina Botero Marino
  • Pueblos indígenas y derecho(s) en América Latina / Rachel Sieder
  • Derecho social, medio ambiente y desarrollo : reflexiones en torno a un caso exitoso / Ronaldo Porta Macedo
  • Control y observación del Poder Judicial : la publicización de las acciones y trayectorias de los jueces del Supremo Tribunal Federal / Leonardo Avritzer y Fernando Filgueiras
  • Inseguridad ciudadana derechos humanos : por la deconstrucción de un discurso securitista y hacia un nuevo derecho penal / Ramiro Ávila Santamaría
  • Medir la justicia : el caso del índice de confianza en la justicia (ICJ) en Brasil / Luciana Gross.
Law Library (Crown)
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765 p. ; 25 cm.
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252 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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601 p. ; 23 cm.
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xviii, 527 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: From jurisprudence to compliance / Malcolm Langford, César Rodríguez-Garavito and Julieta Rossi
  • Explaining compliance : lessons learnt from civil and political rights / Basak Çali and Anne Koch
  • Beyond enforcement : assessing and enhancing judicial impact / César Rodríguez-Garavito
  • Costa Rica : understanding variations in compliance / Bruce M. Wilsonand Olman A. Rodríguez L
  • Argentina : implementation of collective cases / Martín Sigal, Julieta Rossi, and Diego Morales
  • Brazil : are collective suits harder to enforce? / Octavio Luiz Motta Ferraz
  • Canada : systemic claims and remedial diversity / Bruce Porter
  • United States : education rights and the parameters of the possible / Amanda Shanorand Cathy Albisa
  • India : compliance with orders on the right to food / Poorvi Chitalkar and Varun Gauri
  • South Africa : rethinking enforcement narratives / Malcolm Langford and Steve Kahanovitz
  • The African human rights system and domestic enforcement / Frans Viljoen
  • Reproductive rights litigation : from recognition to transformation / Luisa Cabal and Suzannah Phillips
  • International housing rights and domestic prejudice : the case of Roma and Travellers / Andi Dobrushi and Theodoros Alexandridis
  • Solving the problem of (non)compliance in se rights litigation / Daniel M. Brinks.
The past few decades have witnessed an explosion of judgments on social rights around the world. However, we know little about whether these rulings have been implemented. Social Rights Judgments and the Politics of Compliance is the first book to engage in a comparative study of compliance of social rights judgments as well as their broader effects. Covering fourteen different domestic and international jurisdictions and drawing on multiple disciplines, it finds significant variance in outcomes and reveals both spectacular successes and failures in making social rights a reality on the ground. This variance is strikingly similar to that found in previous studies on civil rights, and the key explanatory factors lie in the political calculus of defendants and the remedial framework. The book also discusses which strategies have enhanced implementation, and focuses on judicial reflexivity, alliance building and social mobilisation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107160217 20170424
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xvi, 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction -- 1. Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Access to Medicines in Ecuador: State Sovereignty and Transnational Advocacy Networks -- 2. The Recursivity of Global Lawmaking in the Struggle for an Argentine Policy on Pharmaceutical Patents -- 3. CAFTA, Intellectual Property and the Right to Health in Central America -- 4. Balancing Wealth and Health: The Case of Chile -- 5. Constructing and Contesting the Global Intellectual Property Legal Field: The Struggle over Patent Rights and Access to Medicines in Colombia -- 6. Balancing Health and Wealth: The Case of Patents and Access to Medicines in Brazil -- 7. The Influence of the Andean Intellectual Property Regime on Access to Medicines in Latin America -- 8. The Rights-Based Approach to Intellectual Property And Access To Medicine: Parameters and Pitfalls -- 9. Public Participation in US Special 301 Actions -- 10. Going Local: Downshifting in the Era of TRIPS Implementation -- 11. Applying Human Rights Law -- 12. The Missing Role of WIPO.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199676743 20160614
This book focusses on the debates concerning aspects of intellectual property law that bear on access to medicines in a set of developing countries. Specifically, the contributors look at measures that regulate the acquisition, recognition, and use of patent rights on pharmaceuticals and trade secrets in data concerning them, along with the conditions under which these rights expire so as to permit the production of cheaper generic drugs. In addition, the book includes commentary from scholars in human rights, international institutions, and transnational activism. The case studies presented from 11 Latin American countries, have many commonalities in terms of economics, legal systems, and political histories, and yet they differ in the balance each has struck between proprietary interests and access concerns. The book documents this cross-country variation in legal norms and practice, identifies the factors that have led to differences in result, and theorizes as to how differentials among these countries occur and why they endure within a common transnational regulatory regime. The work concludes by putting the results of the investigations into a global administrative law frame and offers suggestions on institutional mechanisms for considering the trade-offs between health and wealth.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199676743 20160614
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573 p. ; 24 cm.
"En la última década, el lenguaje, los casos judiciales y las políticas públicas sobre derechos sociales han ganado una prominencia sin precedentes en América Latina. Mientras que en países como Argentina y Colombia los altos tribunales, los medios de comunicación y los funcionarios públicos utilizan rutinariamente los conceptos y las normas nacionales e internacionales sobre derechos sociales, en otros como Brasil, Chile y México el debate ha tomado vuelo en los últimos años, hasta el punto de que las discusiones sobre la salud, la seguridad social o la educación tienen lugar cada vez más en el lenguaje y la lógica de los derechos. Entre tanto, las nuevas constituciones de la región, desde la de Ecuador hasta la de Bolivia, han incorporado cláusulas protectoras de los derechos sociales. Se han sumado así a una ola de reformas que comparten esta característica y que se remonta por lo menos a la Constitución brasileña de 1988. En este sentido, la promesa de los derechos sociales de garantizar un bienestar material conforme con la dignidad humana se ha convertido en uno de los instrumentos esenciales para discutir y actuar frente a los gravísimos niveles de desigualdad y pobreza en la región. De la mano con esta tendencia, la producción intelectual sobre el tema se ha multiplicado con mucha rapidez. De hecho, los estudios latinoamericanos sobre los derechos económicos, sociales y culturales (DESC) constituyen hoy un campo de investigación muy rico y dinámico. Sin embargo, la bibliografía sobre los DESC en la región carece de esfuerzos comparativos entre diferentes países y muestra un escaso diálogo entre temas y disciplinas. Este libro es un proyecto colectivo de autores de varios países que busca contribuir a llenar esos vacíos, mediante estudios comparados y regionales sobre los tres temas clave de la discusión actual sobre los DESC: la aplicación judicial de estos derechos, la relación entre DESC y políticas públicas y la medición del cumplimiento de los DESC a través de indicadores." --Contratapa.
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xviii, 302 p. ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Hope Reborn: Introduction to the Study of the New Latin American LeftCesar Rodriguez-Garavito, Patrick Barrett, Daniel Chavez2. Brazil. Lula's Government: A Critical AppraisalFelix Sanchez, Joao Machado Borges Neto, Rosa Maria Marques3. Venezuela. Populism and the Left: Alternatives to Neo-liberalismEdgardo Lander4.Uruguay. The Left in Government: Between Continuity and ChangeDaniel Chavez5. Colombia. The New Left: Origins, Trajectory, and ProspectsCesar Rodriguez-Garavito6.Argentina. The Left, Parties and Movements: Strategies and ProspectsFederico L. Schuster7. Mexico. Yearnings and Utopias: The Left in the Third MillenniumArmando Bartra8. Bolivia. The Left and the Social MovementsLuis Tapia9. Promises and Challenges: The Latin American Left at the Start of the Twenty-first CenturyAtilio A. Boron10. Depolarised Pluralities: A Left with a FutureBoaventura de Sousa SantosBibliographyNotes on contributorsIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780745326771 20160528
This collection explores the ideologies and workings of Latin America's thriving progressive political parties and social movements. From those in power to those opposing power, experts survey the scene in Venezuela, Bolivia, Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Columbia and Uruguay. Commentators on Latin America believed the end of the Cold War would lead to a prolonged period of US-friendly neoliberal government in the region. In fact, the left has re-emerged as a serious political force, controlling Venezuela and Bolivia and developing a strong presence in many other countries. This book is a comprehensive study of the wide variety of leftist governments and movements in the region. This book is essential for students studying Latin American politics, political theory, social movements and international relations.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780745326771 20160528
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