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Diagnóstico sobre acceso a la justicia laboral por parte de trabajadores y trabajadoras migrantes en Costa Rica

Organización Internacional del Trabajo (OIT),

El presente diagnóstico se centra en estudiar el acceso a la justicia laboral por parte de personas trabajadoras migrantes, principalmente de nacionalidad nicaragüense, procurando identificar los principales obstáculos que enfrenta esta población a la hora de acudir a las instancias judiciales y los nudos críticos que se presentan en el desarrollo del proceso ordinario laboral….

Manual de mediación penal

Manuel María Estrella Ruiz,

La aproximación a la materia del módulo se ha realizado tratando de establecer una sistemática que contempla el examen previo de cuestiones comunes a la mediación, para a continuación examinar las técnicas y fases de la mediación, sin perder de vista que, el módulo, además de guía del contenido de los cursos, debe cumplir un…

Member Spotlight: Inter-American Program of Judicial Facilitators

Namati,

The Inter-American Program of Judicial Facilitators (also known by its Spanish acronym IJFP) works to build access to justice for vulnerable women and indigenous communities who live in rural areas by establishing a program of judicial facilitators or paralegals, with national coverage, administered by the Justice Department and recognized by the judiciary. Network Spotlights are…

Results of Early Open Government Partnership Initiatives

Open Government Partnership,

Since its start in 2011, Open Government Partnership (OGP) has launched seven very different reforms in different regions and covering a broad range of open government topics. This case study contains brief summaries of the results for those seven initiatives: empowering indigenous populations in Costa Rica, monitoring public spending in Italy, collecting data on air quality…

Models for Recognizing Indigenous Land Rights in Latin America

Roque Roldán Ortega,

This paper is a useful source of basic information on the current situation of indigenous land rights in selected Latin American countries. It provides a historical framework, reviews indigenous land tenure regimes and discusses common problems. Finally, it examines indigenous land tenure in four case study countries: Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama and Peru. Abstract: The…

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