Structural inequality, restricted political participation and discriminatory state policies are at the core of Guatemala’s challenges today as they were 50 years ago when its war started. 14 years have passed since the signing of the peace accord which marked the end of the country’s conflict and promised durable solutions for those people displaced.
08 December 2009 | Country Profile
Many of the country’s IDPs have returned or resettled, but they continue to face poverty and new struggles to access land
08 December 2009 | Overview