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- Facultad de Trabajo Social,2
- Adrián Alejandro Alvaracín 1
- Alan Jair García Flores1
- Amparo Judith Echeverry-Arias1
- Carina V. Kaplan1
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- Carolina Andrea Maidana1
- Christopher Zahonero1
- Danna Carolina Aguilar1
- Delacroix, Dorothée1
- Diana Victoria González1
- Elisa Martina de los Ángeles Sulca1
- Gabriel Ruiz Romero1
- Golse, Bernard1
- Inés Ruiz1
- Itziar Sagone Echeverría1
- Jairo Andrés Hernández Cubides1
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Indianisation and depoliticisation of the victims of the war in Peru. The example of the OOW Memorial
The OOW Memorial was made a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru (1980-2000). He is the work of artist Lika Mutal in coordination with various human rights activists and is a continuation of the work carried out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). The anniversa...
Dogma-legal overlap of the institutionalisation of legislation on re-victimisation in Mexico
Since the introduction of the guarantee system in Mexico, proclaimed by the constitutional reform in criminal matters in 2008, the victim’s rights as a subject of state protection were reaffirmed. To this end, the General Law on Victims was issued in 2013, a legal system which, in its legislative de...
‘Living in another country’
En This article analyses the territorial claims of the indigenous community ava Guaraní Iwi Imenb’y (Hijos de la Tierra) established in the Province of Buenos Aires (Argentina) and their forced displacement from the territories of origin to the migration territories, in the context of dynamic popula...
“Art is never an end, it is only an instrument to draw a line of life” Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari (1980) We hope that the intention and content of this monograph that is now visible does not suggest any reference to fashion. We have not alluded to peace as a result of talks, agreements, plebisci...
Rebuilding remembrance and developing the social fabric in Afro-descendant communities
The purpose of the article is to analyse the impact of rebuilding historical memory in Afro-descendant communities affected by the armed conflict on the development of the social fabric, within the Afro-Colombian context Benkos, located in the community of Cristo Rey, Santa Marta, Colombia. A qualit...
Intangible reparation and art for human rights violations. Analysis of the case Barrios Altos vs. Peru
The investigative work undertaken in this work assesses, through doctrinal standards, the non-material reparation ordered by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the emblematic judgment of the Barrios Altos v. Peru case, in order to analyse in the ratio decidendi whether the action of the Int...
Purpose, education and extension of rights: What starts with FINES: State, DDHH, inclusion projects and a question about the role of the university in the implementation of rights
The task proposed here will seek to deepen the university-FINES relationship, starting with strengthening the concept of a legal person in the target population. The aim is to strengthen inclusion policies by linking education and human rights. We will work with teachers and students in two ways: On...
Purpose plan and university: Exchanges, dialogues and input from a rights perspective
We will try to deepen the relationship between University and FINES, starting with strengthening the concept of a Subject of Law in the target population. It is intended to participate in and contribute to inclusion policies by linking education and human rights in a historical, political and social...
Creation of thought and uncertainty about its development
After having considered some avenues for reflection on the advantage of thinking (excitation component of the system, symbolic repair and narcissic anchoring), the author envisages, in turn, the setting up of the first content of thought, the content of thought and the first links. Three specific is...
The cultural movement of the 1980s. Historical memory of the Santander Industrial University in the context of the conflict colombiano
El is proposed as an initial exercise to construct the Historical Memory of the Santander Industrial University, UIS, in the context of the Colombian internal armed conflict in the 1980s, with the aim of promoting symbolic collective redress vis-à-vis the university community and the community in ge...
Arts and post-conflict 2
Conflict logic designs territories and create certain ways to inhabit them. This is why the social appropriation of past experience converted into a collective memory and its reconfiguration through the construction of citizens created from the filigrana that emerges when memories take place on a da...
Three times in the place: Placement of a state ceremony of public pardon for paramilitary violence in Colombia
Armed violence acts have the capacity to remark the spaces around which a community has built its social identity. In the small Palestinian village of New Venice (Magdalena-Colombia), three different armed actors (guerrilla, extreme right paramilitaries and Colombian public force) convened the popul...
Art in times of conflict: the victim’s complaint
This trial starts by establishing the autonomy of the work of art and its freedom to address all human issues and situations, to argue that there would be no possibility of restricting or forcing art to address the conflict. However, in order to further investigate the relationship between art and s...
London 38 and Patio 29: empty filled with memories. The configuration of 40-year memory spaces of the military coup in Chile
This test analyses the spatial configuration of two places of memory of the Chilean dictatorship (1973-1990) located in Santiago: the process of converting London 38 into a memory centre open to the public and managed by a social organisation, and the heritage process of Patio 29 and the installatio...
Social documentaries and new platforms for justice, symbolic reparations and empowerment. Case of forced sterilisation in Huancabamba (2012-2016)
Este article proposes how social documentaries can function as a tool for reporting and symbolic redress, as well as a vehicle for empowering victims. Essentia Huayama, Vice-President of the Association of Women Affected by Forced sterilisation (AMAEF) and leader of the Association of Women Campesin...
Symbolic reparation for victims of forced disappearance, forgotten or forgotten
In the Colombian legal framework, it is unacceptable for a country that is marshalling a social rule of law, but despite revealing in its context a need to pass laws to combat forced disappearance, to no longer fulfil its ethical duties to legislate at a crucial point in time that Colombian society...
Memorial monuments in Chile.
in Chile, historical memory processes have been linked to public art practices and to making cities from their origins to today, distinguishing three main forms, each directly linked to the historical, political and social processes that the country has experienced. At the beginning of this year, we...
Transformation in the zombi narrative. The case of vengance of Gemma Herrero Virto
The universe zombi seduce, first, because it is a metaphor (against) culture of the other by excellence, of its exclusion. Secondly, like the transgender body, it undermines important naturalised norms governed by binary logic. Body Z is a transbody that challenges the heteronormative framework of o...
Symbolic repair: case-law, pebbles and fabrics
The reality of Colombia has an inexorable link with violence, as evidenced by the large number of academic products that have focused their study on analysing the consequences of the long-lasting conflict that has permeated the country’s social, political and daily dynamics over the last century, in...
“Voices to transform Colombia”: the unfinished curing of the memories on the armed conflict
In order to provide an understanding of museums as spaces for symbolic repair and non-repetition, I analyse in this article the intentionally unfinished curadury used in the travelling exhibition ‘Voices to transform Colombia’, which exhibited the script of the future Colombian Historical Memory Mus...
The representation of remembrance in the museum space
This text provides a reflection on the role of museum spaces in society as political actors and constructors of the historical memory of the armed conflict in Colombia. It examines the role of art as a tool for the resistance and symbolic reparation of victims, as well as the concepts of representat...
Memory, symbolic repair and art: memory as part of the truth
The article reflects on the duty of the Colombian state and society to build historical and collective memory as part of the duties towards the victims of the armed conflict, in the context of comprehensive reparation, the right to truth and compliance with measures of satisfaction and non-repetitio...
The feeling of shame in the school experience of young indigenous people
This article analyses the feeling of shame in the school experience of young indigenous people from a rural-host secondary school in North Argentina. The recovered testimonies express the social pain and the search for symbolic reparation of the subjective injury.
Collective repairs and production of the common: the case of La Sonora’s collective reparation (Trujillo, Valle del Cauca)
In rural areas of Colombia, the complex dynamics associated with armed conflict negatively affected social ties and relationships, community practices and organisational processes, traditions and collective trajectories. The Colombian State has addressed these impacts through collective redress. Thi...
Art that constructs history. A walk by the contemporary post-war visual narrative
Have a brief tour of the recent history of Guatemalan visual arts, highlighting their involvement in the reconstruction of the country after the internal war. Guatemala has lived for more than 40 years in an armed conflict that left a lacerated and broken country in its most basic cohabitation struc...