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Pride in our work

Sexual orientation and gender identity are integral aspects of our selves and should never lead to discrimination or abuse. Inter Pares bulletin “Pride in our Work” highlights our support for LGBTQ2 people’s rights, and our work with activists representing a multiplicity of identities and issues.

Warren Allmand: "Anti-Terrorism and Human Rights"

Warren Allmand, prominent international human rights consultant and member of the International Civil Liberties Monitoring Group (ICLMG), of which Inter Pares is a founding member, delivered the keynote address to Inter Pares' Annual General Meeting in April 2007. Under the theme of "Anti-Terrorism and Human Rights," Warren Allmand offered his reflections on the conclusions of the Arar Commission and criticized the current security establishment, which is increasingly threatening our rights and freedoms rather than protecting them.

Final Report of the International Verification Mission on the Human Rights of the Honduran Migrant Population and Their Right to International Protection

In order to shed light on Honduras's under-reported mass migration, PCS organized a delegation of six international experts to investigate the situation. Taking their report to national and international authorities in the summer of 2015, PCS helped reveal these horrendous realities, pressuring local governments and international institutions to address those issues.

Open Migration and the Politics of Fear

In Spring 2007, an exchange took place on an international online research and reflection network on the Great Transition Initiative, concerning the prospect of including the concept of open borders in its vision of a humane and just global future. This article shares elements of that dialogue. Published in Development, 2007, 50(4), (50–55) © 2007 Society for International Development 1011-6370/07

Knowledge and Action: Challenging the Limits

This keynote address by Brian Murphy at Inter Pares' 30th Anniversary Symposium, "Citizen Action: Challenging the Limits," April 2005, highlighted some of the most pressing issues for activists. From militarism and the security agenda to poverty and invasive biotechnology, Brian explores contemporary paradoxes in political action, while urging for mobilization toward progressive transformative change that challenges the limits of the (politically) possible.
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