Recognition of Economic, Social, Cultural and Environmental Rights (ESCR) in the Countries that are Signatories to the San Salvador Protocol and Other Countries in Latin America

In January of 2019, JSCA and the German Cooperation Agency GIZ DIRAJus launched a project focused on understanding how recognition of economic, social, cultural and environmental rights works in the Latin American signatory countries of the San Salvador Protocol and other agreements.

They issued a broad call for submissions to analyze how conflicts emerge, how they are identified, and their causes. Additional topics addressed include the strategies, activities and actions undertaken to approach and coordinate social actors; construction of the conflict in the judicial case and its institutionalization; the limitations and externalities that explain and surround the judicial case, its processing, the results and the fulfillment.

We received 60 proposals from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. A Review Committee comprised of JSCA and GIZ representatives selected 20 proposals from nine countries in the region.

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Información Institucional

Informe de Gestión
Centro de Estudios de Justicia de las Américas
2014-2021

Director responsable:
Jaime Arellano Quintana

Redacción y edición:
Leandra Medina
Claudio Soto
Aira Maya
Erika Rojas

Diseño y diagramación:
Marco González
Juan Núñez
Sandra Araneda

Imágenes:
Banco fotográfico institucional

Fotografías:
Esteban Rosales

Registro de propiedad intelectual:
2021-A-9892
ISBN:
978-956-8491-87-1

Esta Memoria de Gestión se encuentra disponible en: www.cejamericas.org y todas sus redes sociales.

Management
Report

2014-2021