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  • Hardcover ISBN 9781621965251
  • Pages 285
  • Date May 2020
  • Size 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm
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Human Rights Ombudsmen in Latin America: From Justitieombudsman to Defensor del Pueblo by Erika Moreno

This study aims to define the Defensoría del Pueblo, provide context for its emergence in Latin America, and examine variations in the structure of the office and its implications for democracy and its citizens. Through systematic, regional analysis with Bolivia and Colombia as case studies, this book sheds light on how the agencies in these countries have evolved, their contributions to human rights, and the impact of this unsung institution.

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