Trade Unionists Action 1991: Human rights violations against trade unionists in Latin America (includes 2 corrections)
Human rights violations against trade unionists from six Latin American countries are described in this report. The appeal cases cited are: Brazil: Expedito Ribeiro de Souza, Jose Helio da Silva et al.; Chile: Bernardo Araya Zuleta, Maria Flores Barraza, Victor Diaz Lopez et al.; Colombia: German Antonio Redondo, Gloria Amparo Viveros Lucumy, Edilma Moreno, Esteban Palmet Dominguez; El Salvador: Maria Cristina Gomez et al.; Guatemala: Jose Leon Segura de la Cruz (STINDE), Carlos Enrique Sagastume (STECSA) et al.; Peru: Victor Taype Zuniga.
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- El Salvador: Separated families, Broken Ties: Women imprisoned for obstetric emergencies and the impact on their families
- Japan: Open letter: Reparation for survivors of Japan's military sexual slavery system