Human Rights

A public-private stitch-up

I came across this interesting piece by Jorge Murga Armas on the always useful albedrío website (I especially acknowledge the power of its ‘mouse-over’ image). Las Tramas de las ‘alianzas público-privadas’ could be translated as The Intrigues of ‘public-private alliances’… Read More ›

“Mining and Human Rights: Beyond The Challenge”

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El Paraíso de los Canallas

‘Guatemala means ‘Place of many trees’, but amongst the foliage are hidden the murderers, rapists and criminals. This country, known for the gentleness of its inhabitants, is home to hyenas. You count fifteen murders daily and the rapes multiply.’  … Read More ›