Press Release
June 15, 2021
While migrants are told not to come to the United States, environmental and human rights defenders from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador say the U.S. should reconsider economic development assistance that’s forcing them to leave Read more >>
June 12, 2021
Nahuat elders resist private investors' plans to construct a hydrolectric dam in Indigenous territories Read more >>

Social organizations protest in San Salvador against policies of natural resource extraction and in defense of water (Photo: CISPES) Imagen: CISPES

June 11, 2021
Militarization, mass layoffs, cuts to social programs and attacks on democracy expected to continue Read more >>
Featured Article
June 2, 2021
Read CISPES' report documenting Bukele's repeated actions to empower the military and police beyond the strict limits imposed by the 1992 Peace Accords. Read more >>

Staff of the Human Rights Ombudsman's office verify the state of health of workers on hunger strike.

May 28, 2021
After being illegally fired, a hunger strike by workers at the Salvadoran Congress forced the government to the negotiating table. Read more >>
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