Luis Miguel Marquez Berrospi, Gerardo Francisco Ludeña González, Nilton Isaías Cueva Quezada
The objective of this review article was to systematically analyze the best available scientific evidence on Human Rights and the lack of guarantees of its applicability in the Peruvian reality. A bibliographic review was carried out using the Scielo database, looking for articles in Spanish and from the last five years. Terms such as Human Rights, Lack of Guarantees of its application, Human Rights in the Peruvian reality were used. Articles in other languages and those that were not available for free download were excluded. The results obtained showed important evidence of human rights violations in the Peruvian reality, such as the lack of access to justice, quality education, free health and a dignified life with access to water. These problems persist and demonstrate that the necessary conditions and guarantees for the applicability of human rights in Peru have not been created. Based on the results obtained, it is concluded that Peru continues to be classified as a country where no real conditions or guarantees have been established for the applicability of human rights. It is necessary to promote long-term projects and public policies that eradicate the latent violation of human rights in the Peruvian reality.
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