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Far from delivering on the promise of providing greater access to justice for victims, the land restitution system in Colombia - where victims of land dispossession and forced abandonment can apply for restitution of their lands lost as a result of the armed conflict - has denied most requests at the administrative stage.
The policy-research project conducted by hub members Aaron Acosta and Camilo Sánchez aimed to shed light on the concerning phenomenon of high application rejection rates by Colombia’s Land Restitution Unit, where victims of land dispossession and forced abandonment can apply for restitution of their lands lost as a result of the armed conflict.
The following report details the results from the impact workshop held with district officials, cultural leaders, religious leaders and local residents that participated in the research.
La decisión de la Corte Constitucional sobre la renovación de la Ley de Víctimas y Restitución de Tierras, y la aprobación de un proyecto de…
This literature review was conducted to explore and critically analyse the case of women and land in Sri Lanka. Firstly, this review explores the pre-colonial,…
The report celebrates the launch of the Beyond War Compensation project and details how the project will improve the understanding of the gender realities of…

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