Latin America + Caribbean
Striking out against injustice

We are extending Robert F. Kennedy's legacy to combat violence against women in Mexico, Guatemala, and Honduras; fighting for the rights of migrants and their descendants in the Dominican Republic and The Bahamas; and protecting civic space around the region. Our work in the Americas strikes out against injustice and promotes a shared respect for human rights.

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Women Human Rights Defenders at Risk in Nicaragua
We call for prompt action in addressing the human rights situation
Deep Concern From 85 Civil Society Organizations as Cuban Government Is Granted a New Seat on UN Human Rights Council
85 organizaciones de la sociedad civil expresan preocupación por el reingreso de Cuba al Consejo de DDHH de la ONU
Cuban Authorities Must Cease Harassment of UNPACU Activists and José Daniel Ferrer
Las autoridades deben cesar los actos de hostigamiento contra activistas de la UNPACU y su líder José Daniel Ferrer
Organizaciones de las Américas demandamos respeto a la autonomía de la Comisión Interamericana
Organizations in the Americas demand respect for the Inter-American Commission’s autonomy
The Right to Defend Rights in the Time of COVID-19
Treating the Underlying Conditions That Threaten HRDs in Latin America
Apoyo internacional a la petición para declarar inconstitucional el Decreto Ley 370 en Cuba
Joint Statement: International support for the petition to declare Decree-Law 370 unconstitutional in Cuba
Standing with Latin America and the Caribbean, the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic
We're asking the U.S. Government to provide $12B to Latin America and Caribbean regions that desperately need aid
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights & the Universidad San Francisco de Quito host interregional workshop on strategic litigation for the protection of civic space in Quito, Ecuador
Inter-American Court of Human Rights releases advisory opinion on gender identity and same-sex non-discrimination