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The four countries discussed in this report, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua, share a history as well as contemporary social and economic characteristics. Two legacies stand out: concentration of land in the hands of a small powerful elite and the exploitation of the indigenous labour force.

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Una biblioteca digital con una colección enfocada de recursos en línea (es decir, artículos, informes) sobre temas que van desde la violencia en el lugar de trabajo a la historia de los sindicatos.

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IIPA has compiled a list of countries in which they have contributed public comments to various U.S. agencies. This list includes IIPA country submissions filed between 2001-2013 in the annual Special 301 exercise led by the U.S. Trade Representative. Other IIPA documents are identified specifically as to their source.

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Somos una organización no gubernamental dedicada a la defensa y promoción de los derechos humanos y los derechos de los pueblos, la representación de víctimas de crímenes de Estado y la lucha contra la impunidad. Realizamos acompañamiento a procesos organizativos populares y de resistencia por la defensa de los territorios y la reconstrucción de la memoria histórica en los departamentos de Antioquia y Chocó (Colombia).

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Colombia Nunca Más es una iniciativa que tiene el propósito de aportar en la lucha contra la impunidad de los Crímenes de Lesa Humanidad cometidos en Colombia, desde la perspectiva de la recuperación de la memoria histórica.

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In 2005 and 2006, the Inter-American Court decided seminal indigenous ancestral land rights cases and a political rights case. This article analyses these cases and the previous jurisprudence and decisions on indigenous rights in the Inter-American system.

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The Human Rights Advocacy and the History of Human Rights Standards website is part of a larger project exploring the development and evolution of international human rights policy. It serves as a portal for instructors, students, advocates (practitioners) and researchers interested in the standard-setting advocacy work of the international human rights movement and the intellectual history of contemporary international human rights policy. In a systematic way, it guides users to resources that provide insight into the development and implementation of human rights policy and traces efforts to wrestle through numerous conceptual challenges.

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