Press Release
January 8, 2018
Washington, DC: The Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) joins hundreds of religious, human rights,... Read more >>
News
December 20, 2017
On December 19, organized rural communities from El Salvador shut down one of the border crossings with Honduras to resist the... Read more >>
Press Release
December 18, 2017
On December 18, the United Nations-recognized International Migrants' Day, people in El Salvador woke up to read a... Read more >>
Event
December 14, 2017
CISPES joins the National Call-In Day to Stop U.S. Support for Electoral Fraud & Repression in Honduras. From the Honduras... Read more >>
Blogpost

In 1989, six Jesuit priests, five of them Spaniards and one Salvadoran, were brutally murdered at the Central American University Jose Simeon Cañas (UCA) along with their housekeeper and her daughter. Following the news about Colonel Montano’s extradition to Spain, and with the law overturned, human rights defenders believe that now is time for the case to be reopened in El Salvador. Photo: Internet

December 14, 2017
In the United States, a Supreme Court judge upheld a request by the Spanish government to extradite Colonel Inocente Orlando... Read more >>
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