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EUROLAT Assembly must support civil society peacebuilding

Oidhaco and CCEEUU ask the EUROLAT Assembly to support civil society peacebuilding

During the session of the EUROLAT Assembly in Panama City, from 16 to 19 March 2015, Oidhaco and CCEEUU presented several considerations and recommendations regarding the support of the regional parliaments for civil society initiatives, in particular for the work of Colombian human rights defenders in peacebuilding

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