Collective actions, a tool to guarantee access to justice.
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The Supreme Court urged Congress to regular collective proceedings. In the Justice 2020 initiative of the Ministry of Justice, a proposal was drawn up that restricts the possibility of using it as a tool to guarantee rights. Therefore, Congress must bear in mind that this is a debate in which all sectors that may be affected must have participation. From the civil society we bring some brief notes to encourage debate, and the content that could have a future law of collective actions that promote human rights and users and users.
This document was prepared by:
Civil Association for Equality and Justice (ACIJ), Collective of Rights of Children and Adolescents, Legislative Directory, Foundation for the Study and Research of Women (FEIM), Women in Equality, Kaleidos Foundation, Collective Justice, ANDHES, Center for The Implementation of Constitutional Rights, ABOSEX, 100% Diversity and Rights, Fundación Huésped, Fundación Sur Argentina, Poder Ciudadano, FUNDEPS, Homosexual Community Argentina (CHA), FARN, Abogadxs Culturales, Amnesty International Argentina, ELA- Latin American Justice and Gender Team and the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS).