“Perpetrators do not self-isolate”: Front Line Defenders report documents 331 human rights defenders killed in 2020
PBI seeks Language Buddies to assist human rights defenders in Indonesia
The Peace Br
PBI speaks at the Human Rights Council in Geneva on the human rights implications of the COVID-19 pandemic
PBI seeks language volunteers to assist human rights defenders in Indonesia
The Peace Brigades International-Indonesia Project is looking for volunteers with English language skills to assist human rights defenders.
Many of the human rights defenders they work with speak little to no English, but it is an important skill for them to have to help them engage and advocate at the international level, including within Asia.
Toward this end, PBI-Indonesia is developing a Basic English Course for human rights defenders.
Reflections from (W)HRDs on the 20th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders
On the 20th Anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders, defenders accompanied by PBI reflect on the importance of the Declaration as well as the accompaniment and international solidarity provided by organizations such as PBI.
Defenders from across the world gather in Brussels
Over three days, 40 human rights defenders from the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia came together in Brussels to exchange experiences and knowledge about holistic protection. This meeting allowed us to analyze the global tendencies that impact our risk as well as identify our common needs as a collective of human rights defenders. The sessions allowed us to construct a common narrative and key messages and recommendations to political actors in the European Union and its member states.
PBI's 2017 Annual Review
May 24, 2018
In 2017, PBI’s community of activists provided effective protection and support to more than one thousand women, men and LGBTI defenders, despite the challenging context and huge risk those working to change the world continued to face. Click on the report below to read more about our work in 2017 and some of the ways we made space for peace and supported (women) human rights defenders in 2017.
Writing for Rights
The Indonesian NGO ELSAM (Institute for Research Policy and Advocacy) has made the book Writing for Rights: Human Rights Documentation from the Land of Papua available for free download on their website at http://elsam.or.id/2017/05/writing-for-rights-human-rights-documentation-from-the-land-of-papua/
Never doubt the power of solidarity
It is an understatement to say that 2016 has been challenging for human rights defenders. And it would be naive not to anticipate an even more challenging 2017 ahead. Peace Brigades International chapters and projects worldwide are always working to prepare for the unknown, but now it is more important than ever that we do so.