LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 1: A Framework to Protect and Defend Human Rights
The ELLA Learning Alliance (LEA) on Human Rights was a four-month online learning exchange involving participants from Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, predominantly policymakers, practitioners and researchers working on...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 2: Promoting and Guaranteeing Human Rights
This document summarises conclusions drawn from the second module of the online learning programme on Latin American lessons and good practice regarding human rights, during which participants from Asia, Africa...
LEARNING ALLIANCE HIGHLIGHTELLA Learning Alliance on Human Rights – Module 3: Collective and Ethnic Minority Rights
This document reports the outcome of an online learning programme on Latin American experiences of promoting and protecting human rights, including, in this third module, lessons on collective and ethnic...
SPOTLIGHT ON ORGANISATIONSSpotlight on Organisations: Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights
INTERNATIONAL AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS Andean Network for Peace and Community Justice (Red Andina de Justicia de Paz y Comunitaria)
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Right to Consultation in Latin America
Application of Convention No. 169 by Domestic and International Courts in Latin America: A Casebook
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights
INDIGENOUS MOVEMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA Emergence of Indigenous Movements in Latin America and their Impact on the Latin American Political Scene
GUIDEPromoting Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Rights in Latin America
During the decade of the 1990s, a strong and vibrant movement of indigenous and ethnic minorities emerged in Latin America, embracing common demands for state recognition as part of a...
BRIEFIntercultural Health Policies in Latin America
Historically, indigenous peoples’ access to health services in Latin America has been limited due to a variety of social, economic and cultural factors. The misunderstanding of indigenous peoples’ world view...
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Intercultural Health Policies in Latin America
Best Practices in Intercultural Health
BRIEFRecognition of Indigenous Justice in Latin America
Throughout most of the 19th and 20th centuries, the reality of indigenous communities has largely been one of political subjugation and economic exploitation. The aim of Latin American nation-states was...
Page 1 of 212