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Americas: Address Poverty, Corruption, Insecurity

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image The word “democracy” on a pedestrian bridge in São Paulo, Brazil, October 26, 2022. © AP Photo/Matias Delacroix 2022 (New York) – Governments in Latin America and the Caribbean should address chronic human rights concerns, including poverty, inequality, corruption, insecurity, and environmental degradation while protecting democracy, Human Rights Watch said today, in its World Report 2023. Longstanding failure to address these concerns has been used by some politicians to justify policies that restrict or disregard rights and has driven millions of people in the Americas…

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