Curso

Transitional Justice and the Colombian Post-Conflict: Colombia´s future in Peace


  • Info General

  • Conferencistas

  • Agenda

  • Registro

Idioma

English

Descripción

This course will address the institutions, processes, and mechanisms of transitional justice developed in the Peace Agreement signed between the Republic of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) from an interdisciplinary (criminological, historical, and legal) point of view that is attentive to International Public Law as well as to other countries’ experiences. The course will be taught in English.

Objetivo General

To provide students with knowledge and critical reasoning on the institutions, mechanisms, and processes that characterize Colombia’s system of Transitional Justice.

Objetivos

To inform on the structure, institutions, mechanisms, and processes of the Integral System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-Recidivism, particularly pertaining The Truth Commission, and The Special Jurisdiction for Peace.

- From an impartial viewpoint to inform on the origins and evolution of the Colombian conflict.

- To highlight the challenges posed by the Post- Conflict, particularly regarding criminality and recidivism, and the importance of a new paradigm for the Criminal Justice System, namely, restorative justice.

- Raise awareness on the importance of the differential and gender approach in the inner workings of the System.

Dirigido a

This course is designed for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as professionals from all disciplines that have an interest in Transitional Justice and Peace Processes, both in Colombia and abroad.

*Entry requirements: Fluency in English.

Juan Carlos
Forero Ramírez
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Dean of The School of Law at Universidad del Rosario. Former under Attorney General of Colombia. Distinguished professor of Criminal Law and author of many publications. Ph.D. Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Alfonso X. Master in Criminal Law from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Central of Barcelona.

Lina María
Céspedes Báez
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Vice-Dean of The School of Law at Universidad del Rosario. S.J.D. from Temple University. LL.M. from Cardozo School of Law. Masters in Gender Studies from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Fulbright Scholar 2012-2014. 2014-2015 Fellow at Harvard University’s Institute for Global Law and Policy.

Pamela
Alarcón Arias
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Criminal Law Lecturer at Universidad del Bosque, Universidad Javeriana, and Universidad del Rosario. Master in Advanced Studies in Human Rights from Universidad Carlos III and Universidad Externado de Colombia. She has worked as legal advisor for the Under Attorney General of Colombia, and currently practices Law as partner in Forero Ramírez Abogados.

María Angélica
Prada Uribe
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Introduction to Law Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario and Universidad de Los Andes. Masters in International Law from Universidad de Los Andes. She has worked as research assistant for the Center of Socio-Legal Research in Universidad de Los Andes, and as advisor for gender related issues for the Crime Policy Direction of the Ministry of Justice.

Felipe
Tenorio Obando
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Lecturer in International Criminal Law and Legal Theory at Universidad del Rosario. Master in International Criminal Law from Universidad de Granada and Master in Legal Theory from Johann Wolfgang Goethe University. He currently works as legal advisor in Lozano Consultores.

Germán Darío
Casas Patiño
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Criminal Law Lecturer at Universidad del Bosque and Universidad del Rosario. Master in Criminal Law and Penal Sciences from Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Central of Barcelona. He currently practices criminal law as partner in Casas & Escobar Abogados.

Juanita María
Ospina Perdomo
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Director of Universidad del Rosario’s Legal Clinic. Ph.D. Candidate from Universidad de Granada. Master in International Economic Criminal Law from Universidad de Granada. Visiting Researcher in the Max Planck Institute. Current senior expert on corruption issues for the United Nations.

Enrique
Prieto Ríos
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Academic Career Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario. Ph.D. candidate from University of London. Master in International Law from The London College UCK. His academic experience and research interests center on International Law and International Economic Law, Globalization, and Legal Methods. He has authored many publications on said subjects.

María del Pilar
Vanegas Guzmán
Current affiliation: University of Johannesburg

Founding member and President of the International Law Association for Colombia. LLMs from London School of Economics, McGill University and Paris II in fields pertaining Human Rights and International Law. She has worked as delegate for the International Red Cross Committee in conflict and post-conflict scenarios. Currently she works as researcher in transitional justice with the University of Johannesburg.

Samuel Augusto
Escobar Beltrán
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Academic Career Lecturer at Universidad del Rosario. MSC in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Edinburgh. He alternates his legal practice as partner in Casas & Escobar Abogados with Human Rights advocacy on behalf of the LGBT population of Colombia as attorney for criminal matters for the NGO Colombia Diversa.

JUAN RAMÓN
MARTÍNEZ VARGAS
Current affiliation: Universidad del Rosario

Academic Career Professor in International Law at Universidad del Rosario. Ph.D. Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Alfonso X. Master in Current Issues on Spanish and International Law from Universidad Alfonso X. Dr. Martínez has taught International Law at Xiamen University (China), University for Peace (Costa Rica), Universidad Alfonso X (Spain), Otzenhausen Academy (Germany), Hebrew Univeristy of Jerusalem (Israel), Universidad de Juárez Tabasco (México), Universidad de Coahuila (México) and the Hague University (The Netherlands). Author of numerous works on International Law, Dr. Martínez has also worked as legal and policy advisor to the Colombian government. Director International Law Resource Group.

Horario

Date: July 04 to July 14, 2017
Schedule: Monday through Thursday 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Fridays are free for students)*Extracurricular activities will take place during the afternoon.
Venue: Universidad del Rosario, Jockey club/Claustro
Duration: 32 hours
Type of Offer: Course, awards students 2 UR Credits (3.4 ECTS credits)
Organized by: The School of Law


'COURSE EXAMINATION AND EXTRA CREDIT: Students interested in 1 UR Credit, they may opt for such by presenting a written essay one month after the course ends. The essay must not exceed 5,000 words, and must dwell on a topic previously agreed by the program's coordination and the student. Students who wish to take this option must inform this by July 5, 2017'.

Contenido


Nombre del MóduloTemario Intensidad Horaria
History of the conflict‘La Violencia’
Genesis and evolution of the FARC
Key issues in the Colombian Conflict
4
Transitional justice in international lawTransitional Justice in Ad Hoc and Hybrid Tribunals Transitional Justice in the Rome Statute4
Transitional justice in comparative lawKey components of Transitional Justice in comparative experiences. 4
Restorative justice and retributive justiceRetributive Justice
Restorative Justice
Reintegrative shaming and ritual reentry.
4
Principles of the Integral System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-RecidivismSystem principles, legal enforcement and interpretation4
Truth commission: institutions, mechanisms and processesInstitutions, mechanisms and processes of the Truth Commission4
Special Jurisdiction for Peace: institutions, mechanisms and processesInstitutions, mechanisms and processes of the Peace Special Jurisdiction4
Differential and gender approachGender, differential approach and intersectionality in the system4

Metodología

Four hour lectures on each of the courses will be held. Each course will provide a mandatory and suggested bibliography. During class debate will be encouraged. Extra-curricular activities such as museum or courthouse visits will be organized to further students' engagement with the topic.

Inversión

Course Fees: COP $2.450.000
Opening Date: July 04 de 2017

DISCOUNTS

- Prompt payment discount: 10% Discount on the course fees until June 18, 2017

- Discount for students, professors, and graduates from URosario: 10% Discount on the course fees, which can be accumulated and / or combined with the benefit for prompt payment.

Pagos

Conoce el proceso de pago aquí

Más Información

Samuel Augusto Escobar Beltrán
Course Coordinator
Academic Career Lecturer
Universidad del Rosario
Samuel.escobar@urosario.edu.co
Phone number: (+57 1) 2970200 Ext. 4358.

Angélica María León Z.

Advisor UR International Summer School
Universidad del Rosario
summerschool@urosario.edu.co
Phone number: (+57 1) 2970200 Ext. 2130

Condiciones Generales

La Universidad se reserva el derecho de cancelar la apertura de un curso o programa en razón de que no se reúnan las condiciones económicas mínimas. En tal evento, la Universidad restituirá el 100% del importe pagado por los estudiantes en la moneda de origen mediante transferencia electrónica (wire transfer) a la cuenta bancaria informada por los participantes. La transferencia se efectuará dentro de los primeros cinco días hábiles siguientes a la fecha en que se recibió la información de los datos bancarios del participante.

En el evento de que un participante decida no tomar el curso o programa habiendo ya pagado el importe correspondiente a la matrícula, siempre y cuando el mismo no hubiere iniciado, podrás solicitar restitución de su dinero para lo cual la Universidad le efectuará transferencia electrónica por el 90% del valor originalmente recibido, reteniendo el 10% que corresponderá al reembolso de gastos administrativos y bancarios incurridos por la Universidad. El reembolso se efectuará en la moneda origen del pago dentro de los 8 días hábiles siguientes a la recepción de la solicitud de retiro, cancelación y reembolso.

Solicita más información aquí!

  • ¡ Inscríbete !