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16 April 2020Will you help human rights defenders to limit the devastating impacts of this humanitarian crisis?
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1 April 2020As part of our global network of activists, you are not alone.
27 February 2020We are delighted to announce that on February 6th, PBI was awarded the Gernika Peace and Reconciliation Prize 2020 by the Gernika-Lumo Town Council, ‘for the outstanding work of the volunteers and their great commitment to the defence of human rights, peace and justice in the world’.
20 February 2020Women human rights defenders across the world are fighting for positive change in their communities. They share many challenges experienced by their male counterparts but face additional obstacles because they undermine the status quo twice over: through their work in its own right, and through their implicit challenge to accepted norms about the role of women in society.
17 February 2020On 10 February 2020 Patrick Grady MP tabled an early day motion (EDM) in parliament on the critical situation in Colombia for human rights defenders.
17 February 2020Social justice under attack as defenders continue to be criminalised