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27 JANUARY 2014
2013 saw fewer social and environmental conflicts in Peru than the previous year, but what could spark confrontation in 2014? Cooperacción highlight indigenous rights, mining tax and land planning.
18 DECEMBER 2013
Deeply moving reporting of exhumations from the place that saw the most intense killings during Peru's internal conflict.
17 DECEMBER 2013
Reporter Miguel Mejía Castro joins citizens of Ayacucho exhuming their relatives' bodies in Peru's most ambitious post-conflict forensic operation.
16 DECEMBER 2013
As ex-president Alan García awaits the outcome of a corruption investigation, questions are being asked over the judiciary's capacity to tackle abuses.
28 NOVEMBER 2013
Withdrawal of report on risks of gasfield shows threats to isolated peoples' existence. By David Hill, Forest Peoples Programme consultant.
27 NOVEMBER 2013
Minister pledges answers on human rights situation and redress mechanisms as parliament debates trade agreement.
20 NOVEMBER 2013
Poll finds little confidence in institutions as prime minister and police chiefs ousted by scandal and congressional human rights nominee forced out.
29 OCTOBER 2013
This briefing for parliamentarians sets out the actions needed to ensure that the agreement's human rights, environmental and labour standards are effective.
27 OCTOBER 2013
When does concentration of media ownership become a threat to press freedom and thus to democracy? Peru may be in the process of finding out the answer to this question.
25 OCTOBER 2013
What has a decade of post-conflict justice achieved? What is the current state and trajectory of human rights in Peru? The Peru Support Group's annual conference 2013 explored these questions.