Brazilian Ministry of Justice Amnesty Commission ICTJ ed. Reátegui, 2011
This book’s goal is to dialogue with the large and growing community of professionals, government officials, activists, and academics who are engaged in our region to promote the work of confronting the authoritarian or violent past of our countries. Latin America has become, in fact, one of the most dynamic areas in the search for routes to transitional justice in recent decades.
The multidimensional child poverty study, conducted jointly with the Central American Institute for Fiscal Studies (ICEFI), demonstrated the worsening trends since 2006, with 78 per cent of Guatemalan children living in conditions of monetary poverty and/or deprivation of rights (multidimensional). The situation is even worse among indigenous children, with 89.4 per cent of these children living in poverty.