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Política De Atención Al Desplazamiento Forzado En Colombia: Elementos Para Una Evaluación En El Ámbito Local

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  • Katherine Flórez Pinilla


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    La migración forzada por la violencia generando pérdidas directamente afectados y a la sociedad en general. Esta doble afectación exige eficacia y oportunidad al Estado en la política pública creada para la satisfacción de demandas derivadas del fenómeno. Esta exigencia ha estado fuertemente cuestionada por organismos internacionales, por la Corte Constitucional colombiana y otros estamentos competentes, los cuales reclaman un seguimiento riguroso y periódico que permita evaluar y retroalimentar las intervenciones con el fin de conseguir la efectividad de las mismas. Antecedentes de evaluación coinciden en mediciones en el ámbito nacional, de acuerdo a agregados y aproximaciones estadísticas del fenómeno, dejando a un lado el seguimiento en el ámbito local, en los territorios directamente afectados. En tales circunstancias, el presente texto pretende proveer recomendaciones para la gestión y evaluación de la política pública para la atención del desplazamiento forzado en Santander.ABSTRACT:The violence forced migration generating losses directly affected and society at large. This double affectation demands effectiveness and timeliness to the State in public policy established to satisfy the claims arising from the phenomenon. This requirement has been strongly questioned by international bodies, by the Colombian Constitutional Court and other competent estates, which demand a rigorous and regular monitoring to assess and provide feedback interventions in order to achieve their effectiveness. Background measurements agree assessment nationally, according to aggregate and statistical approaches of the phenomenon, apart from monitoring at the local level, in the territories directly affected. In such circumstances, this text aims to provide recommendations for the management and evaluation of public policy to the attention of forced displacement in Santander.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD SANTO TOMAS - BUCARAMANGA in its journal REVISTA LEBRET.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): (June)

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    Handle: RePEc:col:000385:007143
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