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Guatemala:  Guatemala: Serious concerns for the safety following a violent eviction of several families in Panzós

December 18, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Guatemala

Ecuador:  Ecuador: Alleged excessive use of force by police in Morona Santiago

October 6, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Ecuador

Brazil:  Brazil: Excessif use of force by police. Death of a MST rural worker in the Southall de San Gabriel farm.

August 31, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Brazil

Mexico:  Mexico: Violent arrest and detention of members of the movement against the increase of energy fees in Candelaria Campeche

July 21, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Mexico

Bangladesh:  Bangladesh: Reported extrajudicial killing in the Chakma Community, Chittagong Hill Tracts

July 14, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Bangladesh

Colombia:  Colombia: Serious human rights violations against the AWA indigeneous community in Nariño.

June 5, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Rights of the Child  |  Colombia

Philippines:  Philippines: OMCT and two Filipino NGOs call on the CAT to help end torture by addressing its economic, social and cultural root causes

May 7, 2009  |  Philippines

Philippines:  OMCT welcomes the European Parliament’s response to its call to address the root causes of violence in the Philippines

March 26, 2009  |  Philippines

India:  India: Ongoing risk of forced eviction of 5000 people in Howrah, West Bengal

January 23, 2009  |  India

Ecuador:  Ecuador: Detention and ill-treatment

January 20, 2009  |   Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Urgent campaigns  |  Ecuador

India:  India: imminent forced eviction of 5000 people in Howrah, West Bengal

January 15, 2009  |  India