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Promote peace, civilian-led governance and public security, inclusive and transparent governance, humanitarian rather than military assistance, and diplomacy and dialogue as solutions to conflict.

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Advocate for an end to the U.S. embargo on Cuba, a failed and unjust policy that for more than half a century has restricted American liberties and hurt Cuban families.

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Searching for Rights to Alienate: The Trump Administration’s New Unalienable Rights Commission

Editor’s Note: This blog was first published on Medium. “The Unalienable Rights Commission” — it really does sound like Secretary of...

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The Same Ones, Ten Years Later

In light of the 10th anniversary of the U.S.-backed coup in Honduras, we wish to share this powerful piece,...

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The Fear of the “Gender Ideology”: Erasing Sexual and Gender Minorities from the Colombian Peace Process

The “enfoque de género” (gender-based focus) within the Colombian peace accords is currently a global example for inclusive peace,...

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Between a Wall and a Dangerous Place

Title: Between a Wall and a Dangerous Place: The Intersection of Human Rights, Public Security, Corruption, & Migration in Honduras...

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El Salvador’s Violence: No Easy Way Out

Title: El Salvador’s Violence: No Easy Way Out El Salvador closed out 2015 with 6,657 murders, replacing Honduras as the...

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Applying the Leahy Law to U.S. Military and Police Aid

Title: Applying the Leahy Law to U.S. Military and Police Aid A powerful tool exists to curb impunity for abuses...

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