CREATE ACCOUNT

FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

Two highly positive events have occurred this week in Colombia: the initiation of the disarmament of the FARC and the organization of an event to analyze the murder of human rights defenders and social leaders.

Read More

In the context of the first anniversary of the violent events in Nochiztlán, the president of the National Commission on Human Rights will demand that the Attorney General’s Office advance the investigations for justice.

Read More

Journalists are raising concerns about the lack of safety precautions for journalists in Paraguay and are advocating for government action.

Read More

Antonio Nel Zúñiga Caballero, a businessman who has been watched by the Colombian justice system since 2007, has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for his involvement in Colombia’s palm oil industry.

Read More

The death of Javier Valdez set off an explosion of international insight and action regarding the violations of freedom of expression within Mexico.

Read More

As peace talks with the ELN reach the 100th day, progress is advancing at a snail’s pace. But it is progress nonetheless.

Read More

A Chilean judge convicted 106 former secret police officers for the abduction of political dissidents who disappeared under General Augusto Pinochet’s military dictatorship.

Read More

A recent study of politically motivated murders in Colombia, between 2005 and 2015, revealed that authorities failed to apprehend a killer in 58% of cases. Crimes of this nature threaten the stability of implementing the newly passed peace agreement.

Read More

After the peace agreement was reached between the FARC and the government, small towns are benefiting from microcredit as they try to revitalize their economy.

Read More

The Regional Office of South America under the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights condemned the use of “excessive force” by the Brazilian military police to suppress protests and demonstrations in São Paolo.

Read More
TOP
x Shield Logo
This Site Is Protected By
The Shield →