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Help the Peru Support Group campaign for the rights and interests of the people of Peru by becoming a member!

The Benefits

Members of the Peru Support Group:

  • Receive our bi-monthly publication, the Peru Update, which features in-depth analysis of current affairs in Peru and includes articles by guest authors from a wide variety of organisations and institutions.
  • Gain access to the members’ area of our website, which contains a host of useful research resources.
  • Get priority and / or discounted entry to to our public events throughout the year, including our annual conference in the autumn.
  • Gain voting rights at PSG General Meetings and can thereby help influence the direction of our campaign activities.

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Our annual subscription charges are listed at the bottom of this page.

UK-based members will receive a 10% discount if paying by standing order. To do so, please complete and return the attached form.

If you'd prefer to create the standing order personally using an online/telephone banking service then please refer to this same form for our account details. Please also let us know when you have created the standing order mandate so we can process your membership application.

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  • PSG Aims

    The Peru Support Group exists to promote social inclusion, sustainable development and the observance of human rights in Peru. To that end the PSG highlights shortcomings in observance of established norms, whether international or local in nature, in its research, advocacy and publications. In so doing, it underscores the relationships that exist within the political system, how institutions work, and the effectiveness of policies that aim to reduce poverty and inequality within the context of sustainable development.

  • Historical Overview

    Over the past century Peru has suffered a series of autocratic governments and a civil war in which nearly 70,000 people died. Many of the country's ongoing political and social problems are a legacy of its somewhat turbulent past. 

  • Human Rights

    Human rights violations were widespread during the twenty years after the initiation of armed conflict in 1980. Efforts to convict perpetrators since the war's end have made only limited progress. Today, concerns remain over the treatment of those engaged in social protest, particularly against strategically important investment projects.

  • Why join the PSG?

    • Keep up to date with latest news and developments in Peru
    • Learn about key issues of poverty, development and human rights in Peru
    • Support the work of the Peru Support Group

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