Business and Human Rights
Where do we stand a year later?
How do journalists and civil society organizations use this tool? And how is the government dealing with it? New law is praised, but its appeals channels need improvement
EXTRAORDINARY! Commission on Human Rights and Minorities a resounding success
Event attracted more than 500 people at Praça Rosa and shifted the focus of the debate on Feliciano
Children and adolescents in prison » Why this is a bad idea
Conectas lists arguments against lowering the age of criminal responsibility
New Drug Law tougher on blacks and the poor
The lower house of Congress should vote soon on a new law on Drugs. Conectas warns of the distortions in the Bill No. 7.663/10.
Far beyond Apartheid
South Africa’s regime of racial segregation ended 19 years ago. But this doesn't mean that rights are complete in the country. Conectas spoke to Janet Love, an activist who participated in the drafting of the first post-apartheid constitution
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EXTRAORDINARY! Commission on Human Rights and Minorities
April 25, 2013 – Praça Rosa square (formerly Praça Roosevelt) – São Paulo
Conectas argues in the Supreme Court for the unconstitutionality of the “Special Disciplinary System” in prisons
Organization claims the regime violates international human rights norms and the Brazilian Constitution
“We’re watching you closely”: Article 19 staff in Mexico receives threats
Letter was found at the door of the organization’s office in Mexico City
Brazilian Ambassador in Geneva testifies in Senate hearing
Regina Dunlop answers questions on human rights from Conectas and Senators in Brasília
SUR welcomes articles for its 19th issue, focused on 'Foreign Policy and Human Rights'
Submissions will be accepted until June 15, 2013
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