World Bank Group Fails in its Promise to Protect the Most Vulnerable

A new report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW) last week finds that the World Bank, and its private sector arm, the International Finance Corporation . . .

Nación U'wa se levantó de la mesa de dialogo con el gobierno colombiano

Fueron aproximadamente catorce horas viaje, para que la delegación del Pueblo U´wa se encontrara en Bogotá dispuesta a cumplir la cita agendada con los representantes . . .

U'wa Nation Walks out of Negotiations with the Colombian Government

It took over fourteen hours of travel for the U'wa Nation delegates to arrive to Bogotá, Colombia , to attend the scheduled meeting with the . . .

Learning Should Not Be Oppressive

Learning should not be oppressive. It should not be exclusive. And it should not be fashioned after business models based on top-down performance evaluations that . . .

Nación U'wa trae al gobierno colombiano devuelta a la mesa de negociaciones

La nación U'wa y el gobierno colombiano se reunirán esta semana para abordar las cuestiones no resueltas de un acuerdo entre los dos partidos el . . .

U’wa Nation Brings Colombian Government Back to Table

The U’wa Nation and the Colombian government will meet this week to address unresolved issues from an agreement made between the two parties last year. . . .

India’s War on Activists

Thirteen of the 20 most polluted cities in the world are in India, according to the World Health Organization , and a recent study found . . .

Landmark Report Promotes Human Rights in Transboundary Investments

Almost 10 years ago, hundreds of villagers in Sre Ambel District in Koh Kong Province in south-western Cambodia were violently evicted from their homes to . . .

“This is not a money issue: this is environmental and cultural.”

The Lax Kw'alaams, an aboriginal group in British Columbia, were offered a compensation package of over $1 billion for allowing a liquefied natural gas project . . .

Arguing for Transparency, With a Cheering Section

As a lawyer, you know you’re on the right side of justice when there are several dozen smiling young people wearing bright clothing and buttons . . .