Agreements between the National Police and extractive companies in Peru – Executive Summary
Analysis of the agreements that allow human rights violations and disrupt the principals of a democratic constitutional State in Peru
We’ve analyzed and compared the 138 agreements signed between the Peruvian government and its National Police between 1995 and 2017, and how these have resulted in a systematic violation of indigenous communities’ human rights and how they continue to break the principals of a democratic State in Peru.
Agreements between the National Police and the extractive companies in Peru – Executive Summary is the result of a two-year long investigation carried out hand in hand between ERI, the Legal Defense Institute of Peru (IDL) and the Human Rights National Commission of Peru.
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