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Organization logo: The International Office for Human Rights  Action on Colombia (OIDHACO)

The International Office of Human Rights – Action on Colombia – OIDHACO, is a network of European and international organisations dedicated to political incidence before EU institutions, its Member States, Switzerland, Norway and the United Nations to promote the Rule of Law, democracy and full respect of human rights, peace and sustainable development in Colombia.

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Radio Nizkor es un proyecto del Equipo Nizkor que supone una continuación de nuestro popular trabajo de socialización de información, pero en esta ocasión mediante el uso de la voz y las posibilidades que ofrece la digitalización del sonido. Los activistas de derechos humanos tendrán en Radio Nizkor un recurso eficaz de producción de información que se distribuye globalmente y complementario de la información documental ya disponible en nuestro sitio web.

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  Confederación de Nacionalidades Indígenas del Ecuador (CONAIE) is the largest indigenous organization in Ecuador and was organized in order to promote the consolidation of indigenous peoples. CONAIE’s political agenda includes the strengthening of a positive indigenous identity, recuperation of land rights, environmental sustainability, opposition to neoliberalism and rejection of U.S. military involvement in South…

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Organization logo: Due Process of Law Foundation

DPLF is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit, nongovernmental organization based in Washington, D.C., working to strengthen the rule of law and promote respect for human rights in Latin America through applied research, strategic alliances with actors in the region, advocacy activities and the effective communication of our message.

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Indigenous forms of imparting justice in Guatemala have become a point of controversy between Mayan communities and the government. This article is the first of three in-depth reports by Luc’a Escobar into Mayan community justice, its norms, its values, and its controversies.

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On April 27, 2013, Tahoe Resources’ private security opened fire on peaceful protesters outside the Escobal silver mine, in the municipality of San Rafael las Flores in southeastern Guatemala. The seven victims, allegedly shot at close range and while attempting to flee, have filed a lawsuit in Canadian courts against the company for its role in the violence.

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