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Climate justice requires a development agenda from the South

COP 28 revealed the tensions between climate ambitions and actual actions. How to implement development and cooperation strategies in line with climate justice in the Global South?
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3 challenges to the human rights agenda in 2024: a Global South perspective

We present El Sur Global, an international newsletter to discuss international situations and trends from a human rights perspective.
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Open call for Global North fellowships 2024

This opportunity, for the second semester of 2024, allows for the exchange of tools and research-action strategies developed at Dejusticia, as well as the contributions of interns and fellows with their own experiences and those of their organizations.
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What is happening in Peru

What is happening in Peru? The question of difficult answers

Two months after the self-coup and subsequent dismissal of Pedro Castillo, we take stock of what has happened and what are the possible solutions to the critical moment this country is going through.
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Get involved! Our fellowship program for human rights defenders from the Global South is now open!

If you belong to an organization that defends human rights in a country in the Global South that is in an emergency or high risk context, we invite you to participate in our fellowship program so that, with our support, you can develop your projects.
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of hope

Workshop on creative activism Days of Hope is coming to Caquetá on the 21st of September

Dejusticia, PID Amazonía, the Red Cross Bogotá and Tell are getting together in Florencia to hold the first event of this international initiative that combines art and social mobilization.
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International director

Attention! Job Opportunity at Dejusticia

Dejusticia is seeking a dynamic International Area Director who will both lead and work alongside the team to ensure the efficient functioning of the international area in its multiple tasks.
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Venezuela migration

“Cúcuta: Emergency Exit,” A Special Series at the Frontlines

Dejusticia (Colombia) and Provea (Venezuela) brought together ten journalists from Venezuela and three from Colombia to tell, through seven heartbreaking stories of suffering, sacrifice and hope at the border between the two countries.
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Registration open for course on ‘Business and human rights: doctrine, practice, and strategy’

This course focuses on doctrine, practice and strategies for the implementation of human rights protections in the context of business activities. The course offers an intensive introduction to key concepts and emergent jurisprudence in the field.
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