CJA’s Young Professionals’ Committee for Human Rights held a thought-provoking happy hour and discussion on the evolving threats faced by both domestic and international journalists,
CJA along with pro bono co-counsel Ropes & Gray LLP submitted an amicus brief to the Eleventh Circuit addressing human rights remedies at stake in the Center for Constitutional Rights’ case Mamani v. Berzain. This
by Jonathan Schmidt and attorneys from Ropes & Gray LLP analyzes the human rights remedies at stake and outlines the arguments in our amicus brief.
The U.S. Senate votes for amendment banning the U.S. from ever again subjecting prisoners to brutal interrogation techniques, including waterboarding, “rectal feeding” and other practices.
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CJA Executive Director C. Dixon Osburn notes that two former Reagan administration officials’ objection to the recent deportation of former Salvadoran defense minister Gen. Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova is misguided.
CJA Executive Director Dixon Osburn reflects on the beatification of Oscar Romero on May 23 in an op-ed in The Miami Herald. Click here to read more.
La justicia de El Salvador no ha emitido ninguna sentencia sobre la trágica muerte
No solo los salvadoreños en la Bahía estarán celebrando la beatificación este sábado, también el abogado que trajo a justicia a uno de los presuntos implicados.
Para Monseñor Romero la verdadera paz, la que une a los pueblos y garantiza su desarrollo, solo será posible a través de garantizar la Justicia. Click here to read more.
Six years after the war’s end, CJA Legal Fellow Mytili Bala presents six reasons why accountability for war crimes and crimes against humanity remains critical. Click here to read more.
The Spanish Supreme Court has given its backing to a High Court judge to continue his human rights investigation into the 1989 murders of six Jesuit priests and two of their workers at the height of El Salvador’s civil war.