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Guaranteeing women’s human right to a life free from violence. It combats impunity in the Constitutional Courts of Latin America (Mexico and Colombia)

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Drama--Philosophy
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Abstract

This article analyses two judgments of constitutional courts in Latin America that apply the Belem do Pará Convention as part of the method of judging gender, and how this international treaty plays an essential role in effectively guaranteeing in the judicial sphere the human right of women to a life free of violence and combating systematic impunity for violence against women in the region.

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