Forum: The Amazon Rainforest – What´s at Stake and What You Can Do. March 3rd, 2021 at 2:00 PM.

The Amazon rainforest is one of the most important ecosystems in the world. Housing Earth’s greatest biodiversity and home to hundreds of traditional indigenous peoples, the Amazon faces an unprecedented level of threats, particularly from neoliberal policies being pushed by the authoritarian government in Brazil and elsewhere. This conversation will help us make sense of … Continue reading Forum: The Amazon Rainforest – What´s at Stake and What You Can Do. March 3rd, 2021 at 2:00 PM.

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January 18th, 2021 we continue to celebrate the legacy of of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join the virtual commemorations.

Today we join, in a virtual way, the movement that celebrates the legacy of nonviolent civil disobedience of Martin Luther King Jr. Go to this links to follow the events that are happening in Denver, Colorado. http://www.drmartinlkingjrchc.org/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTEhY5OPw_xjgnKEHC7gsBQ The Resistance Center for Peace and Justice Massachusetts invites us to join a day-long, virtual gathering that … Continue reading January 18th, 2021 we continue to celebrate the legacy of of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Join the virtual commemorations.

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Letter To President-Elect Biden on Central America Policy

Letter To President-Elect Biden on Central America Policy – The Americas Program MORE THAN 70 ORGANIZATIONS CALL FOR BIDEN TO OVERHAUL U.S. POLICIES TOWARDS CENTRAL AMERICA THAT FORCE PEOPLE TO LEAVE THE REGION AND RESPECT THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS “Citing the “widespread devastation caused by hurricanes Eta and Iota” as well as the COVID-19 … Continue reading Letter To President-Elect Biden on Central America Policy

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Implementation of Asylum Agreement Violates Human Rights of Migrants

      Press Contact: Yesenia Portillo, +011 503 7550 2965, yesenia@cispes.org On December 18, International Day of the Migrant, DJPC joined over thirty human rights, religious, solidarity and service organizations throughout Central America and the United States to denounce the pending implementation of an Asylum Cooperative Agreement (ACA) between the United States and El … Continue reading Implementation of Asylum Agreement Violates Human Rights of Migrants

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Thank you for joining for our Quarantine Chatauqua. You still have a chance to bid in the silent auction.

Dear Sister and Brothers: We trust that you all had a nice weekend and kept warm. From the DJPC team, we want to thank you for joining us on Friday night. As we continue to adjust to the new ways of gathering and doing our activism, we want to wish you all a great holiday … Continue reading Thank you for joining for our Quarantine Chatauqua. You still have a chance to bid in the silent auction.

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On International Human Rights Day we invite you to our Quarantine Chatauqua.

Today on International Human Rights Day we continue to stand in solidarity with the People´s of Latin America. Perhaps more than ever, struggles are shared across Latin America and the US. The Amazon and Pantanal are burning; California and Colorado are burning. A corrupt populist threatens democracy in El Salvador; a corrupt populist threatens democracy … Continue reading On International Human Rights Day we invite you to our Quarantine Chatauqua.

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Quarantine Chatauqua: December 11th at 6pm

Dear Sister and Brothers: We trust that you are all doing well. What a year 2020 has been; it will never be forgotten. We are so thankful for the many ways you have continued to support our work; your commitment to international solidarity is now more important then ever. Our struggles continue; corporations have not … Continue reading Quarantine Chatauqua: December 11th at 6pm

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Implications of the US Election on Latin America

                  An Interview with Lynn Holland and Rafael Ioris, conducted by Amy Czulada Amy: What is to be expected of US foreign policy to Latin America on a second Trump administration and a Biden one? RI: Sadly, with few exceptions, US foreign policies towards Latin America have … Continue reading Implications of the US Election on Latin America

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Press Release: COPINH to Receive Human Rights Award from Denver Justice and Peace Committee

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 16th, 2020. Honduran organization founded by indigenous Lenca feminist leader and environmental defender, Berta Cáceres, to receive Human Rights Award from Denver Justice and Peace Committee Today, at 6pm, the Denver Justice and Peace Committee (DJPC) will present its annual Global Justice & Peace Award 2020 to the Council of Popular … Continue reading Press Release: COPINH to Receive Human Rights Award from Denver Justice and Peace Committee

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