LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 1: A Framework to Protect and Defend Human Rights
The advancement of human rights is a persistent challenge in the global South. Participants in an online learning programme from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflected on the usefulness of...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 2: Promoting and Guaranteeing Human Rights
Participants from Asia, Africa and Latin America reflected on mechanisms for promoting and guaranteeing human rights, and how these could be adapted to their own contexts.
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 3: Collective and Ethnic Minority Rights
Practitioners from Africa, Asia and Latin American reflected on ways to respect and protect collective and ethnic minority rights.
SPOTLIGHT ON ORGANISATIONSSpotlight on Organisations: Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights
This Spotlight presents an overview of some of the most important organisations supporting indigenous peoples’ access to justice in Latin America. These organisations contribute to enhancing indigenous rights through research,...
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Right to Consultation in Latin America
Drawing on case study material from across Latin America, the following publications present and analyse progress made on the right to consultation at the regional and national levels, on-going challenges...
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights
The publications presented in this Spotlight cover some of the key issues related to indigenous and ethnic minority rights in Latin America, with a particular focus on: the evolution and...
GUIDEPromoting Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights in Latin America
Many Latin American countries have begun recognising indigenous and ethnic minority rights as part of a new, broader definition of citizenship by adopting innovative and inclusive legal frameworks and public...
BRIEFSIntercultural Health Policies in Latin America
Intercultural health policies have been implemented at the regional and state level, making important initial advances in recognising a health model that is pertinent to indigenous peoples’ culture and customs.
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Intercultural Health Policies in Latin America
This selection of publications that focus on intercultural health policies includes documents that explain how policies with an intercultural approach can be designed and implemented.
BRIEFSRecognition of Indigenous Justice in Latin America
Thanks to progressive courts and the pressure of organised indigenous and social movements, Latin American countries are at the forefront of formally acknowledging indigenous justice systems.
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