Catherine Binet

Catherine Binet (Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team – EPAF): Before going to university, Catherine interned at EDUCA, a Mexican NGO that promotes community development in the department of Oaxaca. Catherine completed her undergraduate studies in International Development and Hispanic Languages at McGill University, where she graduated with first class honours. At the time of her fellowship, she was studying for a Masters degree in International Development and Global Studies at the University of Ottawa. The Human Rights Internet in Ottawa supported Catherine’s fellowship.



Just for a laugh

19 Oct

Forget the doom and gloom, I have decided today’s post will be a light one. An informative event on the disappeared last week at Lima`s San Marcos University included a exhibit consisting of blown-ups of caricatures by Carlín. Carlos Tovar, commonly know as Carlin, is an excellent political cartoonist published daily in La República newspaper. Given the human rights theme, the caricatures chosen for the exhibit were mostly on the Fujimori family, and I am reproducing them here for everyone’s viewing pleasure.

The exhibit at Lima's San Marcos University

Fujimori's "remorse" on the Cantuta case

Trial of a member of the Grupo Colina

Published during the recent presidential elections in which Keiko Fujimori was a candidate

Fujimori rehearsing with his lawyer

Fujimori on the actions of the Grupo Colina

... and the one that made me laugh the most, Fujimori and Montesinos

Posted By Catherine Binet

Posted Oct 19th, 2011

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