TITLE

ESTADO ACTUAL DE LA POBLACIÓN VÍCTIMA DE DESPLAZAMIENTO FORZADO EN CUANTO AL ENFOQUE DIFERENCIAL DE SU ATENCIÓN, EL DERECHO A LA INTEGRIDAD, LA SUBSISTENCIA MÍNIMA Y AL INGRESO ECONÓMICO

AUTHOR(S)
Menéndez, Nicolás Espinosa; Rosero, Adriana Galindo; Lopera, Wilder Bastidas; Rojas, Juan Esteban Monsalve
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
El Ágora USB;ene-jun2012, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The following article contains some aspects of the research that about the effective enjoyment of rights (EER report) developed by the State Observatory of Forced Displacement in Antioquia in 2011. In this installment, the third in a series of four, the measurement methodologies, the design of indicators, and the results which the EER report will produce, are included. In particular, in this supplement, aspects relating to the care of the victims of displacement in terms of respect for their integrity and guarantees to obtain a treatment according to the differential approach. It also shows the design and the results of the measurement of the social indicators about the warranty of minimum sustenance and the scope of the coverage of the economic income and education, in the population under study.
ACCESSION #
87632377

 

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