Joint submission of reports to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Social

Together with civil society organizations in Argentina, we report to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (CESCR) on the level of compliance by Argentina with its human rights obligations.

Introducing amicus curiae to defend the right to information and health

Together with the Inter-American Heart Foundation (FIC), Argentina presented an amicus curiae before the Constitutional Court of Colombia on August 10, in a cause of censorship of a campaign to raise awareness of the effects of sugary drinks.

Help us Protect Communities Affected by Agrochemical Use

FUNDEPS has started a crowdsourcing campaign to assist local communities in Cordoba, Argentina, affected by the intensive use of Agrochemicals (pesticides and fertilizers). From June 12th to 30th, you can help us by donating through  Global Giving.

Internship rented in January, February and March 2017 at the O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown University in Washington DC.
In Washington DC, we participated in the 2017 Members Gathering of the Coalition for Human Rights in Development, of which we are members. With three days of activities and strategic discussions between members and allies, the Coalition seeks to...
We participated in a series of meetings and discussions in Thessaloniki, Greece, which focused on the work and functioning of Independent Accountability Mechanisms and their key role in cases of affected communities by projects funded by development...
In the city of Mendoza, on September 8 and 9, the "National Meeting of the Abogadxs Alliance for the Human Rights of Women" took place, in which we participated to continue building gender equality from the law.
September 23 is a reminder that gains in rights raise the bar for all citizens, and that a right can achieve that more than half of the population can finally choose. It has been 70 years since Argentina passed the law that allowed women to elect or...
On September 16, we participated again in the Hack(at)ONG, this time in its 2017 edition. This is a marathon of programming in which civil society organizations, developers and programmers, are to innovate in civic applications.