Moderator: JuanManuel de la Cruz
Apolinar Rodriguez Piñeo Supreme judge of the Judicial power of Peru. Ambassador of goof will for the OAS for environmental justice
Rafael Fernández Valverd is also a member of the environmental justice committee of the Iberoamerican Summit
Rafael Fernández Valverde Vocal of the General Council of the Judiciary - Supreme Court Judge
Luis Armando Tolosa Villabona magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice.
HE. Daniel Guevara Cortés Minister President of the First Environmental Court.
A very strong problem judges have is the fear that they have to solve environmental problems and to fail beyond what is requested
Objective of the Justice and democracy meeting is to strengthen justice as a generator of peace
Contribute to the establishment of permanent security for the human family is part of the objective of this session
Ambassadors, judges and distinguished environmental promoters in the Justice and democracy Session
Specialists of the judicial area presented their lectures with the aim of promoting environmental justice as a value generator of peace.
"To talk about peace, we must talk about war or we must talk about violence because peace comes later", Carlos Midence
Erika Torregrosa Acuña, Secretary General of the International Criminal Lawyers Association
Windelle Thelot Coq Vice President of the Superior Council of Justice, Judge of the Court of Cassation.
Carlos Humberto Midence Banegas, Magistrate of the Central American Court of Justice
María Paulina Aguirre Suárez, President of the National Court of Justice
Judges responsible for the delivery of justice and the generation of a culture of peace
Carmen María Escoto Fernández, Vice President of the Justice of Supreme Court
Iris Yassmin Barrios Aguilar President of the First Court of Criminal Sentence, Drug Trafficking and Crimes against the Highest Risk Environment "A"
Panel 1 presidents of the high courts of Latin America
"We fight for peace trying to impart justice to people who are in social vulnerability", Carmen Escoto
At CUMIPAZ 2018, Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the Supreme Courts of different countries debate on the construction of peace.
With the creation of the ICC, the international community recalled in the preamble to the Rome Statute that millions of children, women and men have been victims of atrocities
Luz del Carmen Ibáñez Carranza Judge of the International Criminal Court
The International Criminal Court, a long way from Nuremberg to the present, reflections and messages.
The purpose of the ICC is to put an end to the impunity of the most serious crimes and atrocities committed in the world, which are transcendent for the international community
ICC International Criminal Court exists because of the idea that there can be no peace without justice and that suppressing international crimes is are a necessity to achieve peace.
HE. Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua Judge of the International Criminal Court
The International Criminal Court trusts the desire and cooperation of the States that are Parties and those that are not Parties
The International Criminal Court and the challenges of Global Justice as foundations for peace.
Soto insta a la unión de esfuerzos y el establecimiento de compromisos por el fortalecimiento del sistema judicial durante la Sesión Justicia y Democracia.
The Justice Palace of the Supreme Court of Justice and judicial entity of Guatemala
The registration for the session justice and democracy of the CUMIPAZ 2018 began early in the morning.
Gabriela Lara, general director of the World Embassy of Activists for Peace
Magistrate José Antonio Pineda Barales, President of the Supreme Court and Judicial Branch.
Ranulfo Rafael Rojas Cetina Tenth Magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice
Nery Oswaldo Medina Méndez, Second Vocal Magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice
Silvia Patricia Valdés Quezada, first judicial magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice
Delia Marina Dávila Salazar, forth voDelia Marina Dávila Salazar, fourth vocal judge of the Supreme Court of Justiceice.
Justice and education are pillars in the promotion and defense of human rights.
The justice and democracy session takes place in the Courtroom of the Supreme Court of Justice
With this session, we are concluding the CUMIPAZ. Justice and Democracy, two concepts, two intimately related values that feed on each other as the foundation of world peace
The main objective of this session is to create a space that allows reflection on the importance of the value of justice
Dr. William Soto Santiago Opening words for the Justice and Democracy session.
Integration for Peace Summit 2018 Justice and Democracy Session.
Opening act table on CUMIPAZ 2018 session justice and democracy.
With the presence of the president of the Supreme Court of Justice of Guatemala, distinguished magistrates and judges of the high courts, the Justice and Democracy Session begins at CUMIPAZ Guatemala, 2018.
Judges of the high courts, ministers and magistrates from different countries will contribute to universal justice for peace.
Scope of universal justice, its achievements, challenges and defiances
From Left to Right Antoine Kesia-Mbe Mindua, Gabriela Lara, Luz del Carmen Ibáñez Carranza
H.E. Andrés Martínez Arrieta Magistrate of the Supreme Court
Judicial independence is the tool that allows judges to sign the interpretation of law with a vertical and horizontal link.
Universal justice refers, in the conception we have, to criminality against international treaties that preserve the human rights of people
Magistrate of Spain, Andrés Martínez, met with other authorities of the judiciary of America and Europe to discuss universal justice.
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