Peru

October 9, 2018
Jacquelyn Kovarik

The rights-monitoring app was launched earlier this year in 11 countries—but some activists and experts wonder if it's just another colonial tool to extract indigenous knowledge. 

August 29, 2018
Olga González

The Peruvian government’s confiscation of a collection of art from a Lima museum on the grounds of “terrorism” suggests that Peru’s legacy of violence against Indigenous communities is alive and well.

August 14, 2018
Michael Wilson Becerril

Las empresas mineras multinacionales en el norte de Perú han ideado una serie de estrategias para reprimir el activismo y la protesta ambiental, desde la inversión estratégica y relaciones mediáticas hasta la intimidación y la represión directa.

August 7, 2018
Michael Wilson Becerril

Multinational mining corporations in northern Peru have devised a number of strategies for suppressing environmental activism and protest, from strategic investment to media relations to outright intimidation and repression.

July 27, 2018
Brett J. Kyle and Andrew G. Reiter

Across the region, Latin America’s militaries are regaining power through the court system

June 14, 2018
Jelke Boesten

Ante una ola feminista sin precedentes en América Latina, la reacción de la derecha comienza a gestarse en varios frentes.

May 8, 2018
Jelke Boesten

As an unprecedented wave of feminist campaigns gains ground across Latin America, a dangerous backlash is afoot on various fronts.

January 5, 2018
Jo-Marie Burt

Peruvian President Kuczynski’s humanitarian pardon for Alberto Fujimori, who was serving a 25-year sentence for human rights violations, was a quid pro quo to avoid impeachment. Can it be revoked?

December 29, 2017
Stephanie McNulty

The legacy of Fujimorismo lives on under the current administration of Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski.

April 20, 2017
Douglas McRae

This winter's El Niño Costero has ravaged both Peru and Ecuador. Why have the impacts in Peru been so much more destructive?

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