Thanks to high growth rates over the past decade, Peru has managed to reduce poverty significantly. Although inequality among the 31-million strong population has decreased accordingly, many indigenous communities remain on the margins of society.
In the Peruvian Amazon, IDLO has helped develop a intercultural model for the administration of justice, while also working to strengthen legal services for people with HIV.
The United Nations celebrates the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People today, highlighting what are some of the world’s most marginalized and vulnerable groups.
Buenos Aires, 17 de febrero - La Organización Internacional de Derecho para el Desarrollo (IDLO, por sus siglas en inglés) ha presentado un vídeo sobre el derecho a la educación, realizado por jóvenes procedentes de barrios carenciados de la Capital Federal.
IDLO has been working with the European Union’s EUROsociAL program to provide assistance and support to Peru’s indigenous communities. Partnering with the Peruvian Ministry of Justice and judiciary, IDLO has helped create a model for legal orientation and institutional coordination on intercultural justice in the district of San Martín. The intervention sought to strengthen orientation services and legal aid, establishing a model for intercultural justice.