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    Statutes of the International Criminal Tribunals
    from Nuremberg (1945) to Sierra Leone (2002)
    Compiled by Equipo Nizkor.

    Recommended bibliography on HR

  • Bibliography on Int. Human Rights Law
  • Bibliography on Human Rights in Central America

    Equipo Nizkor is an international organization working for the respect and promotion of human rights in different topics and areas. Our work includes the socialization of human rights information, the investigation of human rights abuses, the development of international human rights law, the preservation of memory and the fight against impunity.

    Impunity is clearly incompatible with the exercise of human rights and freedoms. Impunity generates corruption and it subverts the moral and ethical foundations of civil society. This is why we seek to bring those responsible to account while working to obtain reparation for the victims of impunity.

    Our approach to tackling impunity is about putting as much information as possible in the hands of as many people as possible. We do this by collecting, analysing and disseminating the information that documents impunity, by providing legal counsel to other organizations and directing litigation.

    We Need Your Support
    During 2015 Equipo Nizkor has disseminated more than 40 million text files!. We did so with no public, State or governmental grant, since accepting this type of grant is contrary to the ethics on which our indepence is built. This is why your contribution means a lot to us.
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    Infamous Ford Falcons Ongoing criminal Procedures on Gross Violations of Human Rights in Argentina

    Legislation and Judicial decisions (in Spanish).

    Seized Ford Falcons, the car of choice
    for the so-called 'task forces'

    Equipo Nizkor's legal report on the international standards and jurisprudence applicable to paramilitary groups and organized crime in Colombia.
    "Crimes against humanity and organized crime in Colombia". (in Spanish)

    The question of impunity in Spain and crimes under Franco
    . (Key documents are available in English)

    "Defining International Aggression - The Search for World Peace". By Benjamin Ferencz. Full text of Vol 1 and Vol 2 now available in HTML!

    Freedom from Nuclear Weapons: Through Legal Accountability and Good Faith.

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    The New York Times
  • Constitutional Judgement recognises the right to consultation and the ownership of the TCO in a case which affects the Assembly of the Guarani People of Itika Guasu
  • Bolivian authority indicted for failure to comply with the right of indigenous peoples to consultation
  • The APG IG signs an "Inter-Institutional Agreement on the right to consultation" with the municipality of Entre Rios.
  • In Bolivia, Guarani and allies overcome 'a model of social humiliation'
  • Historical agreement signed between Repsol Oil Corporation and the Assembly of the Guaraní People of Itika Guasu (APG IG)
  • The use of counter-intelligence as a method of persecution to achieve social and political control.
  • Impunity in Argentina: Judge Pedro Federico Hooft took part in the commission of crimes against humanity
  • Impunity in Spain: The ruling absolving Judge Garzón's actions condemns Republican victims to legal inequality
  • Impunity in Spain: The deceit and immorality of a proposal for a non-binding resolution submitted by the Socialist Parliamentary Group
  • Equipo Nizkor communiqué on the verdict of crimes against humanity in the Scilingo case.
  • In Depth Documents
  • "Defining International Aggression - The Search for World Peace". By Benjamin Ferencz, former Nuremberg prosecutor.
  • Illegal Armed Force as a Crime Against Humanity. By Benjamin Ferencz, former Nuremberg prosecutor.
  • Amicus Curiae of the Allard K. Lowenstein Int. Human Rights Clinic of the University of Yale Law Faculty supporting the determination of crimes against humanity in the Scilingo Case.
  • Equipo Nizkor's report on "The question of impunity in Spain and crimes under Franco".
  • Draft Code of Crimes against the Peace and Security of Mankind with commentaries
  • Audio Materials
    Fichero Audio Baltasar Garzón is vetoed at the Human Rights Film Festival in Barcelona for his cover-up of torture while at National Court.
    Fichero Audio Aggression and illegal armed force from post WWI until today.
    Fichero Audio International aggression and the war in Syria.
    Fichero Audio Report summarizes the available information on how the NSA operates
    Fichero Audio Building America's Secret Surveillance State.
    Fichero Audio The DAS resorts to counter-intelligence as a method of persecution to achieve social and political control in Colombia
    Fichero AudioInternational Human Rights Law Internet Radio. A joint project of Radio Nizkor and the Schell Center for International Human Rights at Yale Law School.
    Fichero AudioInternational Law and Crime of Aggression. An interview with former Nuremberg prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz.

    Equipo Nizkor is affiliated with Derechos Human Rights, the Global Institute for the Prevention of Aggression, the European Civil Liberties Network (ECLN) and the Global Internet Liberty Campaign (GILC).