Human Rights

The fight against all kinds of violence is possible!

On Sunday 1st May, various organisations led by World without Wars and without Violence – Peru met for the launch of the National Campaign for Peace and Active Nonviolence, which will walk 131.5 kilometres between 4th May and 23rd October…

May 1st: “We workers want a dignified and well-paid job”.

On International Workers’ Day, Sonia Lemos – General Secretary of the Tareferos Union – tells the story of the life, feelings and struggles of the yerba mate harvesters. Organising to demand rights, the role of women and the rejection of…

Ecuador: Movements and organisations take to the streets on May 1

Various trade union, peasant and feminist sectors, among others, have announced their mobilisations for this Sunday, May 1st, for International Workers’ Day. The spokespersons of the various movements that will take to the streets in various provinces of the country…

Attempts to remove protection for peoples in isolation rejected

Backed by Aidesep, indigenous organisations Orpio, Orau and Corpiaa expressed their rejection of attempts to remove protection from peoples in isolation and to exploit their intangible territories. Indigenous organisations in the country categorically rejected the initiative of the Regional Government…

Launch of the “Walk for Peace and Active Nonviolence”.

Between the 4th of May and the 23rd of October, a national campaign for Peace and Active Nonviolence will take place, culminating in a festival and a walk to the Park of Study and Reflection Ihuanco from the 15th to…

Sara Tajuelo: “The voice of the silenced souls”.

We spoke with Sara Tajuelo, on the occasion of the presentation of her book La voz de las almas silenciadas. A look inside the elderly in residential homes, a book full of denunciation, vindicating proposals, compassion and projection of the…

Grey wolves in Uruguay?

On the eve of the date on which the Armenians of the world remember the genocide perpetrated by the Young Turks, and denied even by the current leaders of the country, the Turkish Chancellor Chavushoglu arrives in Uruguay with the…

On wages, universal and unconditional basic income and Buen Vivir: there is much to think about and do!

In a capitalist society, wage controversy is a difficult obstacle to overcome. And in a capitalist society like Brazil’s, this controversy easily becomes even more complex. Wage differentials often appear as an expression of inequalities, concealing their economic nature. Thus,…

ASD: demystifying, broadening, knowing and discovering the autism spectrum

In 2007, the United Nations General Assembly established 2 April as World Autism Awareness Day, with the aim of highlighting the need to contribute to improving the quality of life of people with ASD and to promote our inclusion in…

Reporting despite exile: the struggle for freedom in Nicaraguan journalism

The repression exercised by the Ortega-Murillo dictatorship against the press has provoked a massive exodus of professionals who have reconfigured their newsrooms to continue reporting. By Sol Acuña via CTXT Every morning in this Spain of terraces in the sun,…

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