Diferencias teórico prácticas entre los Derechos Humanos y el Derecho Internacional Humanitario

Colombian historic violence has impacted fighters and frequently hit civil society in a savage way. In the course of time, society is empowering and recognizing itself as a legitimate player having to say in demanding respect of fundamental rules that protect human dignity, calling to condemn concre...

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Main Author: Ramírez Lamy, Andrea
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: Fundación Universitaria Los Libertadores 2010
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=3292706
Source:Revista Via Iuris, ISSN 1909-5759, Nº. 8, 2010, pags. 93-122
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Summary: Colombian historic violence has impacted fighters and frequently hit civil society in a savage way. In the course of time, society is empowering and recognizing itself as a legitimate player having to say in demanding respect of fundamental rules that protect human dignity, calling to condemn concrete actions instead of respecting abstract rules. However, when they act as a group, as civil society, what specific body of rights they appeal to? Of course, they appeal to human rights. But fighters do not have ever clarity about the nuances that Human Rights take in a situation of conflict. It is important to consider International Humanitarian Law involves its own principles and features. So they are seen as different things, although they are complementary when a situation of conflict exists, because they take a special status that cannot be ignored during a state of emergency.