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Lettre d’inquiétude sur l’impunité persistante des violations des droits humains contre les défenseurs Xinka

À: María Consuelo Porras, Procureure générale et Directrice du Ministère public; Hilda Pineda, Procureure de l’unité des droits humains du Ministère Public; Edgar Horacio Portillo Morales, Directeur général de la Commission présidentielle des Droits humains; Augusto Jordán Rodas Hernández, Médiateur pour les droits humains; Ruth del Valle, du Bureau de défense des dé des droits […]

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Carta de preocupación por impunidad en curso de violaciones de los derechos humanos contra defensorxs del Pueblo Xinka

Más de 90 organizaciones Guatemaltecas e internacionales han enviado una carta a oficiales Guatemaltecos por amenazas, violaciones de derechos humanos e impunidad en contra de defensorxs Xinkas. Lea la carta abajo. Las organizaciones firmantes expresamos nuestra preocupación con respecto a la impunidad en graves hechos de violaciones a derechos humanos de defensoras y defensores en […]

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Letter of concern on ongoing impunity for human rights violations against Xinka defenders

Over 90 organizations from Guatemala and globally have signed this letter to Guatemalan officials expressing concern for threats, violations of human rights and impunity in relation to Xinka defenders. Read the letter below. TO: María Consuelo Porras, Attorney General and Head of the Public Prosecutor’s Office Hilda Pineda, Prosecutor of the Human Rights Section of […]

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Justice for Tata (Elder) Domingo Choc Che

Todos Por Guatemala / All for Guatemala, the signatory organizations and individuals below, to the national and international community, condemn the brutal and senseless murder of Maya-Kek’chi spiritual guide, sage and defender of mother earth, Domingo Choc Che, which occurred in the village of Chimay, San Luis municipality, department of Petén, Guatemala, on June 6 […]

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Refugees Welcome: No to Bill C-97! No to the Canada-US Safe Third Country Agreement!

To Andy Fillmore, Member of Parliament for Halifax: We are writing to express our concern and opposition to attempts by the Liberal government to expand the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement, and measures included in the budget implementation bill, Bill C-97 (Division 16 of Part 4), which propose to amend the Immigration and Refugee Act. […]

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