human rights watch
The World Cup in Qatar is the latest example, and one of the most flagrant, of sportswashing, a practice that has increased in recent years, but which is as old as the sport itself.
The campaign promoted by the Coalició Prou Complicitat amb Israel and LaFede.cat seeks public support for the municipal council to debate the breaking of the twinning agreement between Barcelona and Tel-Aviv.
We go over the tasks entities do in the African country, which has a community with approximately 30.000 people in Catalonia and it's one of the most important countries for the Catalan cooperation.
What is the International Accord, and what difference is it making in the garment industry?
Amnesty International denounces the labour exploitation and deaths of workers during the preparation of the sports tournament and once again demands a gesture from the Spanish Football Federation.
The report of the Catalan Delegation in Colombia states the violation of human rights during the Paro Nacional
The Delegation defines Ivan Duque's government as an "authoritarian regime disguised as democracy", as it doesn't guarantee the right to peaceful protest, critical thinking, democratic opposition and information.
Philippe de Dinechin: "Organisations are born, grow and die, what matters are the seeds they leave behind"
The Comparte Foundation has been working for more than two decades to improve the lives of children in Latin America through educational projects.
Dani Vilaró: "It’s a mistake to think that the death penalty imparts justice and makes societies safer"
On the occasion of World Day Against the Death Penalty, which is celebrated on October 10, we talked to one of Amnesty International's spokespersons about this issue.
A billion children live in countries with a very high risk of exposure to heat waves, cyclones, floods or air pollution, according to the Unicef report on children’s climate risk index.
The rise of fundamentalists threatens to aggravate the situation of a civilian population that has been severely punished by years of conflict resulting from collective irresponsibility.
Human rights and peace organisations condemn the violence and repression committed by the Spanish security corps during the referendum.
The international NGO held an independent investigation to document specific incidents after the poll, where 900 people were injured.