• Bulletin 47

    Our Bulletin 47 contains reports on: Stolen Childhood: “We are the seeds that the State tried to kill, but now we bloom in the morning light” - Journey to the green desert: Retalhuleu communities reclaim their to water - Biodiversity and Ancestral Knowledge Law Initiative - News from our Work: La Sangre de la Tierra documentary returns to Cahabon

  • Annual Report 2021

    Our Annual Report brings together the main events that have shaped PBI Guatemala's work over the past year. We hope that it contributes to the visibility of the important work carried out by women and men who defend human rights in Guatemala.

  • New video

    Check out this documentary that tells the story of the struggle of the community of La Primavera in the municipality of San Cristobal, Alta Verapaz, to recover the land on which they have lived for generations. Despite receiving land titles in 2015, the struggle faces new challenges. The community is member of UVOC.

  • Bulletin 46

    Our new Bulletin contains articles on the topics: The impact of COVID-19 in communities accompanied by PBI – 10th Anniversary of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: challenges for their implementation in Guatemala – The power of words. Luis de Lión’s cegacy and the Diario Militar –Death Squad Dossier– case – and in the News of our work we present our new accompaniment of the Association ‘Nunca Pares’ (Never Give Up)

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