Penal protection of workers in Colombia. normative framework for formulation

In Colombia, criminal labor law is provided for in Chapter VIII, Title III of Book Two of the Criminal Code, relating to crimes against violation of freedom of work and association. The incriminations that concern him are, in a preponderant way, dealing with conduct that violates the collective righ...

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Autor Principal: Castillo Pantoja, Jorge Eduardo
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre Sede Cartagena 2017
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Sumario:In Colombia, criminal labor law is provided for in Chapter VIII, Title III of Book Two of the Criminal Code, relating to crimes against violation of freedom of work and association. The incriminations that concern him are, in a preponderant way, dealing with conduct that violates the collective right of association and assembly, the company and the means of work, rather than the individual worker. In this sense, all damages or possible risks that arise in the body and the health of workers on account of the submission to conditions of insecurity or unhealthy at work do not have unrestricted criminal law to deal with their protection . For this reason, this study seeks to identify a normative frame of reference to obtain access to justice for those workers who, based on these assumptions of risk or harm, can obtain from the State a guarantee of their human rights