Human Rights Resources
International Report 1999: GUATEMALA
International's 35-Point Plan to End Impunity in Guatemala
The Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA
is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization created
for the purpose of informing the public about human rights
issues in Guatemala and advocating the end of repression
and persecution of the Guatemalan people.
Alianza's web site is a wealth of information on street
children and other child related issues in Mexico and
Central America including resources from Latin America.
Illustrates the work of Casa Alianza, the Latin American
branch of Covenant House, to serve and defend the street
Peace Brigades International, Guatemala An
international organization offered unarmed protective
accompaniment to human rights activists, unions, students,
women groups, refugees, and communities threatened with
violence in Guatemala. Online reports on human rights
in Guatemala are available at this site.
For Human Rights in Guatemala
Memory of Silence
of the commission for Historical Clarification conclusions
Guatemala Human Rights Commission/USA The
Guatemala Human RightsCommission/USA is a non-profit,
tax-exempt humanitarian and charitable organizationdedicated
to the Guatemalan people and the establishment of a lasting
peace with justicefollowing the longest civil war in the
(United Nations Mission for the Verification of Human
Rights in Guatemala)
Discrimination in the Guatemalan Labor Force
report of the Human Rights Watch
and Human Rights in Guatemala
in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala
The Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala
(NISGUA) was formed in 1981 to coordinate local activism
on Guatemala in the United States. At that time,
the civil war in Guatemala was at its most vicious.
In 1981 alone, the U.S.-sponsored military government
in Guatemala killed more than 19,000 civilians.
Human Rights Update
bi-weekly news report on the human rights, political,
and socioeconomic situation in Guatemala since 1989.
State Dept. 1999 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices
Publications of the U. S. Department of
State: Human Rights Reports Index, contains country reports
and official remarks.
Nations Human Rights Website
International reports on
human rights in Guatemala.
America Working Group. (LAWG)
is a coalition of over sixty religious, human rights,
policy, grassroots and development organizations. Since
1983, the coalition has been striving for U.S. policies
that promote peace, justice and sustainable development
in the region.
non-profit, tax-exempt organization supporting human rights
and community based development work in Guatemala, Chiapas
(Mexico) and Honduras.
of the Americas Watch
A group dedicated to closing the US Army
School of Americas, based in Fort Benning, Georgia, which
trains Latin American soldiers in combat, counter-insurgency,