The president of the Institute of Human Rights of Catalonia says that achieving peace, one of the Sustainable Development Objectives of 2030, implies collective responsibility.
The 7th edition of Human Rights Defender Cities is back from March 30 to April 6 in order to raise awareness about violations of rights in different parts of the world.
Amnesty International and the Russian LGBT Network denounce new purge and clear violation of the fundamental human rights of this group by Chechen government.
This social leader and defender of human rights has been denouncing for years murders, arrests and violations of rights towards women in this country.
FEM_EU aims at influencing the European elections to put gender equality and the human rights of women at the top of the political agenda on the continent.
December 10th is one of those dates marked on the calendars of all social movements, activists, media and politicians, but, should we celebrate it?
Justícia i Pau has been working many years on this campaign to denounce and disseminate the relationship between technology products and armed conflict and the violations of human rights in some countries.
The Catalan Association for Peace wants to bring Palestine closer to Catalan citizens through its most popular cultural expressions.
The 'Obrim Fronteres Caravan' is fighting for human rights, travelling different territories and denouncing the human tragedy of forced migration. We talk about this with one of its activists.
Open call for participants to the event ‘Ready, Set... Peace Action!’ that will take place in France from the 15th to the 20th October
With the title “Water: a source of life A Human Right and a responsibility for Europe”, this meeting will be part of the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Justice and Peace Barcelona and the General Commission of Justice and Peace Spain.
In Italy, Spain and other countries we see racist and xenophobic speeches and policies rising, aggressions and violence against migrant people and activists being normalized… just like we are back to our darkest times.
A part of the project Open Your Borders will be funded through a crowdfunding campaign aiming to raise €1,500.
The aim of this project is to denounce the violation of human rights generated by the migration policies of the European Union.
‘Vincle’ is the Catalan word for ‘bounding’, and it is also the name of a local association that work with issues related to housing, community life and immigration issues.
Although the issue of refugees is more present today than in 2015, it still goes unnoticed, and only hits the headlines when many people die, or to stir up a controversy.