Blogpost
December 16, 2021
Detention of community leaders part of a larger strategy to criminalize human rights defenders who oppose the administration's pro-corporate policies Read more >>
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A spray-painted message left after an anti-privatization march in San Salvador: "Water belongs to the people." Image credit: CISPES

November 30, 2021
Environmental and popular movement organizations sound alarm over various privatizing aspects Read more >>
Press Release

Attorney General's office raids the offices of Las Melidas, Pro-Vida, and five other Salvadoran NGOs

Image: Las Melidas Twitter

November 23, 2021
Salvadoran police raided offices of human rights and feminist organizations while legislature seeks to hamper opposition groups from receiving international support Read more >>
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"Only when justice and truth come together can you speak of true freedom." Fr. Ignacio Ellacuría, one of the Jesuit priests killed by U.S.-trained soldiers in El Salvador on November 16, 1989 (Photo: UCA)

November 22, 2021
Commemorating 32 years since U.S.-trained military assassinated Jesuit priests and reflecting on lessons for today Read more >>
Blogpost
November 15, 2021
Analysis from Equipo Maiz on alarming increase in disappearances Read more >>
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