Human rights groups in Argentina show their support for the cause of Francoism

Human rights groups in Argentina show their support for the

Matías Viotti, a Francoist researcher and member of several historical memory groups, did not imagine that his trip to Buenos Aires would turn a corner. Within the framework of a family visit, Viotti took advantage of his stay in the Argentine capital to register the Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory (ARMH) of Cuenca … Read more

Human rights civil organizations warn Kicillof for the transfer of violent policemen to other districts | InfoBaires24

Human rights civil organizations warn Kicillof for the transfer of

With the signature of Pérez Esquivel, the note was presented to the Governor of Buenos Aires by the internal police movement, in the Bonaerense, without taking into account the accusations that weigh on many of those protected by the police institution that depends on Sergio Berni. The official disposition orders that when a police officer … Read more

Nancy Pelosi and a tumultuous history with China for human rights

El premio Nobel Adolfo Perez Esquivel muestra sus pinturas

It’s not the first time Nancy Pelosi irritates China. The Speaker of the House of Representatives of USAwhich arrived on Tuesday at Taiwanalready infuriated her in the past with a banner in Tiananmen Square Beijing or meeting with Dalai Lama. Pelosithe most powerful congresswoman in the country, intensified the tension in relations between United States … Read more

Pérez Esquivel: Human Rights in a democracy are indivisible, if democracies are violated they are weakened

Perez Esquivel Human Rights in a democracy are indivisible if

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, human rights defender, professor and Nobel Peace Prize winner. This Wednesday, July 6, the “Protocol of Hope, a roadmap to address threats”. Experts and references in human rights held a meeting, through the Zoom platform, to deepen the role of the “Protocol of Hope” as an international tool to respond to threats … Read more

20 years after the Avellaneda Massacre: audience with human rights leaders, deputies and social leaders

20 years after the Avellaneda Massacre audience with human rights

Photo: @phuerza This Monday afternoon an important hearing was held in the Chamber of Deputies of the nation. It was convened as part of the activities that are being carried out when the 20th anniversary of the Avellaneda Massacre is about to be completed. It was convened by Myriam Bregman, Nicolás del Caño, Alejandro Vilca … Read more

Oscars 2022: Jessica Chastain wins Best Actress Oscar for her portrayal of a televangelist turned LGBTI+ rights activist

Each day of filming, Jessica Chastain had to put on a heavy paraphernalia for this role made up of prostheses, hairpieces and make-up to reproduce the features and the flashy style of Tammy Faye Bakker, gospel singer who later became a pastor and rights activist. LGBTI+. The actress, just 45 years old, had already been … Read more

A love that has nothing to do with Human Rights: they reissue “The Forest of the Night”, a 1936 lesbian novel that now finds its moment

1654320499 A love that has nothing to do with Human Rights

Djuna Barnes and “The Forest of Night”, 1936. The latest reissue of the night forestof Djuna Barnes (1892-1982), includes the preliminary words of another North American, Siri Hustvedt, who, adopting a gender perspective, points out TS Elliot’s fatal omission from the original prologue. This Nobel laureate, author of the wasteland, avoided the issue of the … Read more

Resignifying human rights. Same-sex marriages: freedom, equality and non-discrimination

Said the eminent wisdom of Jorge Carpizofirst ombudsman of Mexico the following: “The law is the coordinator of human action.” Said sentence encourages us to reflect on the historical development of human rights in the world and particularly in Mexico. 70 years ago it was impossible to imagine a world where women had the right … Read more

UN human rights chief warns journalists are being watched by spyware even in ‘safe spaces’

Journalists face serious threats even in so-called “safe spaces” where security is increasingly at risk with the growing use of surveillance tools such as Pegasus or Candiru spyware, the head of the bureau of United Nations Human Rights.Michelle Bachelet spoke at a World Press Freedom Day event organized by the city of Geneva, Switzerland.In attendance … Read more

Who was Rosario Ibarra de Piedra, a pioneer in the defense of human rights?

Who was Rosario Ibarra de Piedra a pioneer in the

Pioneer in the defense of human rightspeace and democracy in Mexico, Rosary Ibarra of Stonewas born in Saltillo, Coahuila in 1927. His birth name was Maria del Rosario Ibarra de la Garza and she is considered a tireless fighter, activist, and founder of one of the first organizations of mothers, fathers, relatives of the disappeared, … Read more