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31 JULY 2013
Peru’s major parties have undermined their already fragile legitimacy through a political 'carve up'. Demonstrations in Lima have been among the largest mobilisations for a century.
05 July 2013
The Instituto Bartolomé de las Casas notes successes in education and penalties for companies that discriminate. But the criminal justice system is still failing victims of racism.
4 JULY 2013
Could you help raise funds for the PSG by participating in a sponsored walk along the beautiful Thames path?
UPDATE 156. 03 July 2013
Two thirds of Peruvian women have experienced violence, our reproductive rights are extremely limited, and cultural issues also block equality.
28 June 2013
International patterns of excessive surveillance, as well as anger at self-interested leaders in Brazil, are finding an echo in allegations against a string of Peruvian presidents.
27 June 2013
Professor Olinda Orozco Zevallos, president of Red Social, discusses the risks that women miners face, and initiatives to make their work safe and legal.
04 June 2013
José de Echave, former environment minister and now director of Cooperacción, warns that weaker rules on land expropriation and environmetal impacts could fuel more social conflict.
03 June 2013
Aborted state plans to buy energy assets showed the political leverage of big business winning out President Humala’s promised economic ‘transformation’.
28 May 2013
Sweeping exclusions threaten indigenous communities' long-delayed right to prior consultation, dividing the government and leaving investments open to prolonged resistance.
UPDATE 156. 03 April 2013
A look at the key issues affecting women's rights - including violence, authorities' emphasis on preserving the patriarchal family, and the approach of the Ministry for Women