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Chiapas: Displaced Tojolabal families from Primero de Agosto community denounce threats of a new displacement

Tojolabal men, women, and children displaced from the Primero de Agosto community @RadioPozol

On 1 October, in a public denunciation, the displaced Tojolabales who comprise the Primero de Agosto community denounced that… 542 more words

Human Rights

Oaxaca: State government fails to meet with Euro-deputies due to “lack of will” to deal with case of Bety and Jyri

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During an official visit from the deputies from the European Parliament who have been following the case of the murders of Bety Cariño and Jyri Jaakkola, which took place in April 2010 on a humanitarian caravan en route to the Triqui region, no representative of the government of Gabino Cué Monteagudo or even the commissioner for human rights, Eréndira Cruz Villegas, received the Eurodeputies Satu Hassi and Ska Keller. 326 more words


Guerrero/National: “Fruitless” meeting between relatives of the disappeared from Ayotzinapa and EPN

Just before the one-year anniversary of the forcible disappearance of the 43 students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, relatives of the disappeared have not ceased their efforts to have the events be clarified. 548 more words

Human Rights


R&AW has been phenomenally successful in operational outcomes while ISI is busy helping the military establishment maintain its grip on Pakistan

Since its inception in 1968, R&AW has had a close liaison relationship with KHAD, the Afghan intelligence agency, due to the intelligence it has provided R&AW on Pakistan. 534 more words

“OpBay’s people-centered approach resulted to rise of paramilitaries”- HR Group

DAVAO CITY- Human rights group Karapatan-SMR decried today the proliferation of paramilitary groups backed and trained by state forces, as counterinsurgency program Oplan Bayanihan nears end. 332 more words

Press Release

Punta Icaco

The evening of August 24th, we rolled into the community of Punta Icaco, Buenaventura. The bus was quiet as thirteen sets of curious eyes peered out the bus windows, stealing glances of the community we had read, heard and thought so much about. 808 more words


A 'Civil War' Is Being Waged Against Indigenous Tribes in the Southern Philippines, Rights Groups Say

Human-rights groups are accusing the Philippine military of harassing and killing members of indigenous farming communities, who are caught in the crossfire of a long-running communist insurgency on the archipelago’s southernmost island, Mindanao. 662 more words