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COLLECTIVE PROTECTION OF HRDS: PI & PAS PUBLICATION IS OUT!
NEW RELEASE: 2017 FOCUS REPORT | PUBLIC POLICIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF HRDS
PROTECTION INTERNATIONAL RELEASES ITS TOP IMPACT STORIES 2017
  • COLLECTIVE PROTECTION OF HRDS: PI & PAS PUBLICATION IS OUT!

    COLLECTIVE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS OF
 THE RIGHT TO LAND AND TERRITORY – CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENTS
AND METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES Protection International, together with PAS, its Colombian partner, issue an innovative publication exploring more comprehensive approaches to protection for human rights defenders, particularly those defending the right to land and territory. This report is a useful synthesis of the full study that was published in May 2017 in Spanish. Open and download [...]

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  • NEW RELEASE: 2017 FOCUS REPORT | PUBLIC POLICIES FOR THE PROTECTION OF HRDS

    Protection International (PI) is glad to present its 2017 edition of its Focus Report, monitoring worldwide developments in the field of national protection mechanisms and public policies for the protection of human rights defenders (HRDs). Since the publication of our seminal handbook Protection of human rights defenders: Best practices and lessons learnt (2011), the public debate regarding national public policies for HRD protection has evolved: initially only a handful of [...]

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  • PROTECTION INTERNATIONAL RELEASES ITS TOP IMPACT STORIES 2017

    Amongst all its achievements, Protection International publishes its TOP IMPACT STORIES of the year, showcasing a few but emblematic cases of its on-field work. Rally against the murders of HRDs in Honduras Members of COPINH (Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras) tour Europe to denounce the murders of HRDs. From 19 April to 5 May 2016 a delegation of 4 Indigenous Lenca HRDs from Honduras visited 5 [...]

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