Acceso a la Justicia en territorios de guerra después de la Paz: El caso de Guapi, Cauca

Colombia has been characterized as a heterogeneous Sstate with lack of fundamental citizen rights and institutions in many parts of the territory that have suffer the main consecuences of war and illegal economies. In these territories justice is not principally supply by state legal system and institutions, but conflicts are solved by armed illegal groups and community ethnic customs and authorities. Farc guerilla disarmament and demobilization caused an authority vacuum that needs to be filled by the state as a part of peace-building process. As a result of a fieldwork carried out in black country communities in Guapi, South Cauca, we will describe an analyse conflicts management and resolution procedures that are taking place in the field after peace accord and we will ask about the possibilities of building an integrated local system of justice.