Tag: Justice

13 years of the Palestinian BDS Movement
Analysis World

13 years of the Palestinian BDS Movement

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A growing call for freedom, justice, and equality by ICF Team/ July 10, 2018 July 9th 2018 marks the thirteenth year of the call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel, given by Palestinian civil society. The call, which has now taken the shape of a global movement, demands that […]

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Honduras News

COPINH Updates on the Case of Berta Cáceres and Gustavo Castro

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Source: COPINH / The Dawn News / January 30, 2018 The case of the assassination of renowned indigenous environmental activist from Honduras Berta Cáceres and the attempted assassination of Gustavo Castro in March 2016 was denounced worldwide, but despite the massive international attention and pressure, the case remains in impunity. […]

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Argentina: Priests Against the “Hunt of the Poor”
Analysis Argentina

Argentina: Priests Against the “Hunt of the Poor”

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By: Washington Uranga / Source: Pagina 12 / The Dawn News / October 21, 2016 The group of “Priests In An Option For The Poor” (COP), an organization that comprises catholic priests from all over Argentina who are working in poor communities, issued its 18th letter, addressed at the communities they […]

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Brazil: An Uncertain Future
Analysis Brazil

Brazil: An Uncertain Future

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By Eric Nepomuceno / Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / June 12, 2016. On June 12, Michel Temer marked his first month in power, as interim President of Brazil. His days in office continue, as tension increases. Temer has already faced the resignation of 2 of his Ministers. To […]

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Colombia Rural Strike Stands Strong as Police Repression Mounts
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Colombia Rural Strike Stands Strong as Police Repression Mounts

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Source: TeleSur / the Dawn News / June 9, 2016. IN PICTURES: Tens of thousands of campesinos have been fighting under the banner of the “Minga of Resistance for Life, Territory, Dignity, and Peace” Tens of thousands of peasants, rural workers, and Indigenous people in Colombia have been fighting against […]

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Forced sterilization and impunity in Peru
Analysis Peru

Forced sterilization and impunity in Peru

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While the daughter of Alberto Fujimori, Keiko Fujimori, climbs in the polls,  there is still impunity for the cases of forced sterilization of indigenous women during her father’s government between 1995 and 2000. Keiko has proven once again her lack of interest in providing justice to these women or taking the […]

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Mexico and the Brazilian police in sight
Analysis Brazil Mexico

Mexico and the Brazilian police in sight

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Source Página12.com.ar / The Dawn / January 28, 2016. The NGO Human Rights Watch criticized the impunity of police officers in Brazil and said that the Mexican government did not fight firmly against extrajudicial executions and torture. The NGO Human Rights Watch (HRW) denounced abuses by Brazilian police and criticized […]

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