Participación Ciudadana en la Justicia: desafíos para la construcción de una agenda innovadora

Justice, Public Participation — Webinar

— May 29, 2024 @ 3:00pm - 4:30pm GMT-03:00


El webinario propone a los/as expositores identificar oportunidades para la participación ciudadana en la justicia, e invitarlos a pensar los obstáculos, las tendencias y los avances institucionales, formales o informales para lograr que esta agenda avance.
Se prevé la participación de:
– Felipe Franco (KAS)
– Laurence Pantin (Fundación para la Justicia de México)
– Joaquín Caprarulo (FUNDAR, Argentina)

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