The 2013 Annual Report on
El Salvador is now live »
Decades after El Salvador's armed conflict, hundreds of families still search for children who were taken from them amid the fighting.
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
A US immigration court has ruled that a former Salvadoran Defence Minister can be deported on the basis of grave abuses during the 1980s civil war.
International pressure is growing on the government of El Salvador to ensure justice for the victims of a series of massacres carried out by the armed forces in ...
Urgent Action AMR 29/004/2011
Pablo Ayala, a journalist and Oscar Beltrán and Cristina Starr, two staff members working at Radio Victoria in Cabañas, El Salvador, have received new death threats ...
Urgent Action AMR 29/003/2011
Journalists at Radio Victoria in Cabañas, a department in El Salvador, have received repeated death threats. Amnesty International believes that staff at Radio ...
Urgent Action AMR 29/002/2011
Hector Berríos, a community activist and human rights lawyer in Cabañas, a department of El Salvador, received death threats by phone on 23 January. Amnesty International ...
Urgent Action AMR 29/001/2011
Ramiro Rivera and Dora Alicia Recinos Sorto were killed in December. They both opposed mining projects in the central Cabañas area.
Local radio station staff have received death threats, days after anti-mining activists were killed. Radio Victoria staff received death threats in email and mobile ...
Urgent Action AMR 29/001/2010
In this document Amnesty International makes recommendations to the governments of each of sixteen countries to be considered in the Universal Periodic Review. ...
Document IOR 41/030/2009