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20 September 2013
An official report blames inadequate budgeting and teacher training for poor access to intercultural education, which hinders the progress of Peru's disproportionately poor indigenous children.
16 September 2013
The Inter-American Court says Peru has done little to ensure truth and justice for Kenneth Anzualdo's disappearance, while civil society has said that new figures on human rights trials show the level of impunity is worse than thought.
9 September 2013. 09 September 2013
Deaths, disease and loss of livelihoods hit some of Peru's poorest communities as observers say climate change is affecting rainfall and temperatures.
21 August 2013
Decimation of canon minero in some regions has prompted calls for central support anad more corporate transparency.
19 August 2013
Leaked audio recordings appear to show members of the government pressuring judge to acquit commandos, including Montesinos, who were charged with extrajudicial executions.
15 August 2013
The move comes after his ministry warned that expansion of Camisea gasfield could disrupt isolated peoples' ways of life and expose them to deadly diseases.
09 August 2013
After 2012 accident by the part-British firm, test results released under a freedom of information request show excessive levels of metals in the blood of members of the nearby community.
01 August 2013
Peruvian government bows to pressure from relatives and international ruling, twenty years since other victims' bodies were located.
25 July 2013
Industry says new limits would be impossible to meet, but critics accuse the government of protecting investors at the expense of Peruvians' health.
18 July 2013
The appointment of a constitutional court judge and human rights ombudsperson with links to ex-president Fujimori have been criticised as the outcome of political horse-trading that could promote impunity.