Magazine published by the IIDH-America's Fund for Culture and Patronage of the South.
In charge of Yamid Zuluaga
POST-COVID GENERATION, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
This article focuses on the multiple implications that the pandemic had on the progress (present and future) of human development in the children and youth of Latin America. Likewise, this article will focus on education as one of the fundamental axes for human development. On the other hand, it is noted that the information contained in this article comes from the article formulated by UNICEF, entitled: "The invisible graveyard of COVID-19: intergenerational losses for the poorest children and adolescents and measures to address a human development pandemic."
THE INTER-AMERICAN HUMAN RIGHTS SYSTEM UPDATE
It would be necessary to create channels from each American country to access the System directly. And "recreate" the System to make it agile, dynamic, with certain deadlines for pronouncements and so on. To this end, the System must be financed -it is currently underfinanced- and its functioning must be rethought. If this is not possible, it is necessary to dismantle the current system and create another one, under the auspices of zero-based engineering.
AT THE END OF QUARANTINE, WILL THE NEW "NORMAL" BE NORMAL?
When we return to "normality" after the quarantine and the pandemic is quelled, will it be the same normality as before?
WOMEN'S RIGHTS: A PRIZE IN EXCHANGE FOR SILENCE
A comparative look at the regulation of crimes against women in South America and Spain
MENSTRUATION ALSO OCCURS IN PRISON
Menstrual health -and health in general- in contexts of confinement is a debt in the guarantee of human rights and the integrity of persons deprived of their liberty. Liliana cabrera, released prisoner and member of the organization "i was not," pierina garofalo, member of atrapamuros, and ludmila azcué, criminal lawyer and feminist researcher, analyzed the state of menstrual management in prisons in the country. - source: ANCCOM
THE ROLE OF THE STATE AS GUARANTOR OF THE RIGHT TO DECENT HOUSING
A right as basic as the right to decent housing is constantly violated by measures taken to favor -most of the time- the private real estate industry. What can and should the state do about it?