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CISPES delegates call on U.S.to end police and military training in the region

July 21, 2016
"Not only is this a violation of national sovereignty, it’s a serious violation of fundamental human rights" Read more >>
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Historic memory organizations join families of victims of the armed conflict in calling for war criminals to be brought to justice

July 17, 2016
Check out Program Director Laura Embree-Lowry in this article from TeleSur on the recent Supreme Court ruling. Read more >>
News
July 16, 2016
CISPES joins many human rights organizations in El Salvador and around the world in welcoming the Supreme Court’s decision to declare the Amnesty Law unconstitutional. Read more >>
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René Díaz, pictured second from the left with his colleagues from the Apopa municipal government (Image: Facebook)

René Antonio Díaz Orellana, pictured second from the left with his colleagues from the Apopa municipal government (Image: Facebook)

July 1, 2016
CISPES wishes to express its deepest sympathy to the friends and family of René Antonio Díaz Orellana, City Councilman from Apopa. Read more >>
News

Popular movement unions reject minimum wage increase approved by big business and "sell-out" labor representatives on the Minimum Wage Council (Photo: Diario Co Latino)

June 15, 2016
Labor Minister Sandra Guevara denounced the proposal as “outrageous” and questioned its constitutionality. Read more >>
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