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28th session of the UPR

Human Rights Watch has a number of concerns over Peru’s human rights record, including violations of women’s rights and accountability for unjustified use of force against protestors and detainees. However this submission focuses narrowly on one aspect of…
A protest against violence against women in Lima, August 13, 2016.
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Human Rights Watch's Submission to the Human Rights Council

Updated in September 2014 - Updates are in bold. I. Summary Long-standing problems in Bolivia’s criminal justice system, such as extensive and arbitrary use of pre-trial detention and long delays in trials, undermine defendant’s rights and contribute to…
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World Day Against Child Labor Highlights Exploitation in Domestic Work

(New York) – Governments should mark June 12, 2013, the World Day against Child Labor, by strengthening legal protections for the 15.5 million child domestic workers worldwide, Human Rights Watch said today. Governments should ratify the International…
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Human Rights Watch's Submission to the Human Rights Council

Justice for past abuses is a leading human rights concern in Peru. While authorities have made some progress in holding accountable those responsible for some abuses committed during its 20-year armed conflict (1980-2000), most perpetrators continue to…
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It is not necessary to be an anti-globalization activist to worry about the trade negotiations between Peru and the United States. You just have to be a woman. All trade agreements negotiated by the Bush administration have ignored the internationally…