Here you will find a listing of reports from various human rights organizations operating in Perú and throughout Latin America and books providing background information about Perú.
Human Rights Organizations
Working to protect human rights worldwide.
The Carter Center
Dedicated to fighting disease, hunger, poverty, conflict, and oppression through collaborative initiatives in the areas of democratization and development, global health, and urban revitalization.
The first Internet-based human rights organization.
- Human Rights Watch: Americas
Latin America Solidarity Coalition
An association of national and local US-based grassroots Latin America and Caribbean solidarity groups.
Supports community-designed and implemented projects in southern Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador & Perú.
University of Minnesota's Human Rights Library
Clearing house for human rights related documents
Washington Office on Latin America
Promotes human rights, democracy and social and economic justice in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Books About Lori
Lori: My Daughter, Wrongfully Imprisoned in Peru
Rhoda Berenson. (Context Books, 2000)
Books About Perú
Perú: Time of Fear
Deborah Poole, Gerardo Renique. Latin American Bureau (London, 1992)
Perú: The Evolution of a Crisis
James D. Rudolph. Praeger (Westport, CN 1992)
The Perú Reader
Orin Starn, Robin Kirk (Ed), Carlos I. Degregori (Ed). Duke University Press (Raleigh, NC. 1995)
The Monkey's Paw: New Chronicles from Perú
Robin Kirk (Univ. of Massachusetts Press, December 1997)
The Shining Path : A History of the Millenarian War in Perú
Gustavo Gorriti Ellenbogen, Robin Kirk (Translator), Gustavo Gorriti (Univ of North Carolina Press, January 1999)