The social, economic, political and human rights crisis in Bolivia which began in the aftermath of the 20 October 2019 elections continued in 2020. The crisis was exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, which reached very worrying dimensions in the country, disproportionately affecting those in vulnerable situations. Those defending human rights and the rights of Indigenous Peoples, journalists and political opponents, or those perceived as such, continued to be threatened and harassed.
Analysis, opinion, personal stories and more.
The OAS must condemn repressive measures taken to combat the pandemic
Amazonian Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: ‘We’re not still waiting for help as we know it’ll never arrive’
The risks women take to defend the environment and the rights of indigenous people
Virginia Shoppee: A dear friend and a fearless fighter for human rights
Reports, briefings, urgent actions and UN submissions