This report is the result of an assessment of the obstacles that civil society organizations are facing, as well as their resistance and resilience in their continued defense of human rights.Read More
This research is intended to offer tools to the Venezuelan human rights movement, to other civil society organizations, and to States who have an interest in the establishment of a UNHCR office in Venezuela.Read More
The Coronavirus pandemic has made more evident than ever the great inequalities that exist in our societies, where the most vulnerable people, including the migrant and displaced population, will bear the greatest social costs and are most exposed to the virus.Read More
Dejusticia and the Racial Discrimination Watch announce its call for applications to the Second
Global Workshop on Human Rights Strategies for Indigenous Leaders. The workshop will take
place on December 2018.
This book and Dejusticia’s initiative that originated it propose a new type of human rights approach that is characterized by three traits. First, it is about reflective writing whose authors are the very own activists that work directly in the organizations on the ground and stop to think about the potential, achievements and challenges of their knowledge and practice.Read More