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Peru Support Group

The Peru Support Group (PSG) is a civil society organisation established in 1983 which seeks to promote the rights of the poorest groups in Peru. Its principal activities include: conducting research into human rights and development issues; publishing information through our website and other media; advocating before UK and European decision-makers on issues concerning the poor in Peru; supporting information exchange and visits by Peruvian NGOs / community representatives; and organising events to raise awareness of particular challenges and to promote dialogue between a wide variety of stakeholders. Our main area of work is currently on the extractive industries and social conflict in the country. Contact Important links to resources
  1. Report on artisanal and small-scale gold mining in Peru
  2. Case study for university e-portal on torture of Peruvian demonstators
  3. Database of social conflicts involving British firms (updated monthly)
  4. Annual report detailing our activities during FY11/12
  5. Influential 2006 publication on mining and development in northern Peru

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