Analysis of Violence in Chile

Photo: Anne Petermann What is behind state violence in Chile? The brutal crackdown on protesters and repression of indigenous people has its roots in violent state militarism. Al Jazeera December 4, 2019 Rodrigo Espinoza-Troncoso and Michael Wilson-Becerril In… Read More

International Response to COP25 Relocation

Graphic for COP25 looks to normalize highly irregular dynamic of Chile remaining as “president” of the meeting, even as human rights violations continue to occur from military and police violence being used to repress an increasingly volatile social… Read More

Photo Essay: 25 Nov 19- Mapuche march in Temuco to stop “green” waste incinerator

The Mapuche community of Lautaro is threatened by a waste-to-energy incinerator that claims to produce “clean, renewable energy” in a town that already has a biomass burning plant. This march was held on the last day of a… Read More

Call to Resist the G7 in Paris and Build Another World – This August!

In response to the G7 and its world, a call to build activities on 21, 22 and 23 August English / Español / Français From August 24 to 26, seven heads of state from the richest countries (the United States, Japan, Germany,… Read More

Urgent Appeal: Human Rights Defenders, Political Dissenters Tagged in Duterte’s Terror List

In a new crackdown on advocates for the rights of Indigenous Peoples, Philippines President Duterte, already notorious for his violent repression of dissent, is targeting many organizers, some of whom are involved in GJEP-allied organizations. Please take a… Read More

Landmark Human Rights Complaint Lodged Against World’s Worst Polluters

Originally Published at CommonDreams.org    The world’s 47 largest producers of greenhouse gases must respond within 45 days to an unprecedented legal complaint filed Wednesday by the Philippines, which alleges the fossil fuel behemoths have deprived millions of… Read More