Dialogical integral repair in structural inequality sentences.

Repairing completely for victims of rights violations is more difficult than recognizing the violation of their rights, hence the brench of sentences that guarantee social rights affects the victims and the institutional framework of the Constitutional Courts or Tribunals. The problem that will be explained in this presentation consists of exposing the difficulties that the High Constitutional Courts at the time of materializing the sentences of structural discrimination and the comprehensive reparation measures in the area of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Hence, a criticism of the judicial or traditional model of execution of sentences will be raised to propose, from the deliberative theory, a solution that contemplates dialogical justice to achieve greater effectiveness of the decisions, considering that it is more appropriate and possible to comply with the sentences with these characteristics with the participation of those affected and the public institutions involved.