"This dataset contains statistical information transcribed from the supplementary documentation of a United Nations (UN) report compiled by The Commission on the Truth for El Salvador (La Comision de la Verdad para El Salvador). It includes information about approximately 20,000 civilian/noncombatant victims of the civil war in El Salvador (from 1979 to 1991) taken from interviews of those who survived or knew/knew of those who were victims. "
"Presents a speech by El Salvador President Jose Napoleon Duarte, delivered at the Alfred M. Landon Lecture on Public Issues in Manhattan, Kansas on November 2, 1984. Views of the president on the technological advances of news and communication media; Assistance offered by the U.S. to El Salvador; Information on the ideological and political concept proposed by Duarte."
"This collection of over 7,800 documents consists of documents processed under three different El Salvador Human Rights special projects cases. Documents concerning allegations of human rights abuses committed by Salvadoran security forces and FMLN rebels (1979 to 1991) were produced by the Department of State in response to inquiries by the United Nations Truth Commission for El Salvador and the U.S. Congress in 1993 - 1994. Documents concerning the murder of four American Churchwomen (Ita Ford, Maura Clarke, Dorothy Kazel and Jean Donovan) by five Salvadoran National Guardsmen on December 2, 1980 are also included."
"In December 1980 three US Roman Catholic nuns and a layworker were abducted and murdered in El Salvador. Their work speaking out on behalf of the poor had made them targets for the country's fiercely anti-communist military. A close friend and colleague, Sister Patricia Murray, was one of the last people to see them alive."
"Unfinished Sentences is an initiative of the University of Washington Center for Human Rights to encourage public participation in support of human rights in El Salvador. Through this effort, we aim to document and share the stories of survivors of crimes against humanity committed in the context of El Salvador’s armed conflict, and to support Salvadoran efforts for truth and accountability."
"is composed of oral histories shared by 48 people who were residents of the community of Arcatao, in the department of Chalatenango, El Salvador, during the period of the Salvadoran civil war. More than 170 interview excerpts tell the story of the conflict from the perspective of people who experienced it first-hand."
"This is a collection of U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) documents related to retired El Salvador Colonel Sigifredo Ochoa Pérez. They were released to the University of Washington Center for Human Rights (UWCHR) in 2016 in response to a 2013 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request and subsequent litigation"
Ed. por disposición del Ministerio de relaciones exteriores e instrucción pública y bajo su dirección, con el fin de contribuir a la compilación de la historia del país y de presentar el homenaje del gobierno en el centenario de la independencia patria, el 15 de septiembre de 1921. 15 de septiembre de 1821. 15 de septiembre de 1921.