Roughly 40 thousand people have been killed or made to "disappear" for political reasons in Guatemala during the last 30 years. Despite vows and some genuine efforts by the current government, human rights abuses and political killings continue.
Scientists and Human Rights in Guatemala presents a history of the violence and the research findings and conclusions of a 1992 delegation to Guatemala. The focus of the book is on the human rights concerns and the responses of the government and military authorities to those concerns. Background and status of an investigation into the political murder of an eminent Guatemalan anthropologist is presented along with an overview of the impact of the repression on universities, research institutions, and service and human rights organizations.
Table of Contents
|Guatemala, An Overview||1-14|
|The 1992 Mission||15-36|
|Findings and Conclusions||37-42|
|Appendix A: The Committees||43-44|
|Appendix B: Cases in Guatemala||45-62|
|Appendix C: Members of the Delegation||63-64|
|Appendix D: Guatemalan Judicial Procedure and the Mack Case||65-68|
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