The Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was approved in 1989 and confirmed by 195 countries, recognises and safeguards children’s rights all over the world.
Alfred de Zayas has called on Spanish authorities to negotiate with Catalan leaders. He has criticised in his own words the retrogression in human rights protection after the measures taken.
The HeForShe campaign wants to end gender inequalities and invites everyone to have their voice heard through a variety of actions.
Human rights and peace organisations condemn the violence and repression committed by the Spanish security corps during the referendum.
A book explains the stories of a hundred people who deserve recognition.
The enTàndem project creates links between university volunteering and children at risk of social exclusion with the aim of encouraging children’s autonomy and self-esteem.
This is a joint initiative from the cities of Barcelona, Athens, Stockholm, Lisbon and Rotterdam looking into three shared social challenges to find effective solutions to be implemented at a local level.
The NGO supports Caritas Bangladesh's emergency plan with an injection that will help 70,000 displaced people.
Fundipau and the Delàs Centre of Studies for Peace are the two Catalan NGOs out of the 468 international institutions taking part of the international campaign.
The international NGO held an independent investigation to document specific incidents after the poll, where 900 people were injured.
This is the title of the Volonteurope’s 26th Annual Conference which will take place in Brussels on 30-31 October.
The document points out more than 200 cases of human rights violations since 1989. It also criticises the role of large conservation NGOs on-site.