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Mona was raised in a family of human rights defenders. Her father Ahmed Seif El Islam is a respected Human Rights Lawyer who spoent five years in prison under the Mubarak regime. In 2011 her brother Alaa faced military trial, but refused to cooperate until his case was transferred from a military trial to a cvilian one. He was released shortly thereafter.       In 2010, Mona’s human rights [...]
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Mario Joseph, who has been referred to as “Haiti’s most prominent human rights lawyer”, has led the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI) in Port-au-Prince, Haiti since 1996. During more than 20 years of human rights work, Mario has spearheaded historic human rights cases, including the Raboteau Massacre trial in 2000, hailed as one of the most important human rights cases ever in the Western Hemisphere, and Yvon Neptune v. Haiti, [...]
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A conversation with Marino Córdoba of AFRODES, the Association of Displaced Afro-Colombians, an organization representing dozens of Afro-Colombian communities, mostly from the Atlantic and Pacific coastal regions, seeking to defend their land and rights from all actors in Colombia’s armed conflict. Marino talks with Adam Isacson, senior associate for regional security policy at the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), about the organization’s struggles, its efforts to get the Colombian [...]
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Interview with Honduran journalist and human rights defender Dina Meza, who works with the Committee of Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared in Hondruas (COFADEH) seeking justice and accountability. She has faced threats against her and her family as a result of her work and was recently forced to leave the country for awhile due to these threats.    
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