This article to control conventionality and its exercise by administrative judges, intending in this case to carry out an analysis of conventionality control and the doctrine known as interjurisdictional dialogue that encourages a conception of greater guarantee of the environment as subject of protection and repair. To this end, a qualitative methodological framework was used with the discourse analysis technique —of a jurisprudential nature— on multiple measures of the Colombian High Courts and the InterAmerican Court of Human Rights, as well as recognized doctrines that allow strengthening the proposal, concluding that this dialogue will be active with a modification of the direction in which it takes place, which could be the High National Courts that set precedents that the Inter-American Court can take as a relevant hermeneutical criterion that have as their purpose the conformation of an inter-American ius commune in favor of the environment as an autonomous subject of protection and repair.
|Translated title of the contribution||The Control of Conventionality and Judicial Dialogue in front of the Environment as a Subject of Protection and Reparation|
|Number of pages||32|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 2019|
- Control of Conventionality
- Judicial dialogue
- Subject of protection