The articles in this edition of the SUR International Journal on Human Rights bring together some remarkable and critical case studies that illustrate that natural resource exploitation is one of the major causes of many human rights abuses. Read and share!
Ministerial Order redefines slave labor and paves way for violations
Roraima state government transfers Venezuelan immigrants to gymnasium in appalling conditions
Article by Amanda Fazano
Human Rights Laboratory delineates innovative human rights solutions
Guidelines to denounce abuses in protests
Social inequality and rights violations are parts of the everyday living in the Brazilian favelas
One of the biggest challenges against global warming is convincing people that everyone will be affected
Egyptian activist may be released after serving 3 years under an anti-protest law
Plurality unites social movements and creates rooms for sharing experiences
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