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Thank you: your support is vital to our work with Peruvian groups to defend human rights, promote social inclusion and strengthen democracy.

Become a member

Join for just £20 a year (£10 unwaged) and you will:

  • get priority and / or discounted entry to our public events throughout the year, including our annual conference in the autumn.
  • be able to help shape our campaign activities through participating in PSG meetings.
  • have the opportunity to meet at networking events that bring together people with expertise and interest in Peru. 

Memberships provide a vital source of income for our organisation and help finance our efforts to support the poorest sections of Peruvian society. 

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Donate

Donations from our supporters provide a vital source of income for our organisation and help finance our campaign activities to support Peru’s poorest and most vulnerable. All contributions, however large or small, are extremely gratefully received. To make a donation using paypal please click on the button below.

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Volunteer

Hold an event

Why not hold a film screening or cake sale to raise funds for the PSG? Email us to request DVDs, materials or a speaker.

Volunteer

Occasionally we take on volunteers, who in the past have been involved with a wide variety of tasks including research, translation, fundraising, event organisation and membership development. If you are interested in volunteering with us please send a copy of your CV and a short covering letter, detailing your interests and availability. We generally take on volunteers who can read Spanish. The PSG can reimburse lunch and travel expenses within central London.

For more information on any of these options, contact: info@peruspportgroup.org.uk

 

  • Historical Overview

    Over the past century Peru has suffered a series of autocratic governments and a civil war in which nearly 70,000 people died. Many of the country's ongoing political and social problems are a legacy of its somewhat turbulent past. 

  • Society and Conflict

    Peru’s indigenous and peasant communities continue to suffer political marginalisation and discrimination. Insufficient consultation with such groups over political and developmental decisions has fostered feelings of disenfranchisement and led to elevated levels of social conflict.

  • PSG MineWatch

    There are numerous social conflicts related to extractive concessions operated by British firms in Peru. This PSG database shows which firms and which projects have proved the most contentious this month.

  • Why join the PSG?

    • Keep up to date with latest news and developments in Peru
    • Learn about key issues of poverty, development and human rights in Peru
    • Support the work of the Peru Support Group

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