Mérida, Venezuela (24/07/2018). – Photographs are the visual memory of the current crisis Venezuela is facing as it has been proved by the first photography exhibition organized by the ODH–ULA, which depicts the serious humanitarian emergency and the situation of
Mérida (15/06/2018). – The Observatory of Human Rights of the University of Los Andes (ODH-ULA) requested the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to release Ahmadreza Djalali, a professor and academic specialized in disaster medicine, sentenced to death. Mayda
Mérida, Venezuela (14/06/2018). – From June 11th to July 2nd, 2018 registrations are open for the first photography contest sponsored by the Observatory of Human Rights of the University of Los Andes (ODH-ULA) and Epikeia University Observatory of Human Rights.
Mérida, Venezuela (12/06/2018). – The public demonstrations that have taken place between January and April 2018, in the Venezuelan states of Táchira, Mérida and Trujillo, were due to citizens demands to have access to public services such as drinking water,
Human rights organizations and university human rights centers have expressed serious concern over the harassment from CONATEL (Venezuela’s National Telecommunications Regulator Commission) against ULA 107.7 FM, the University of Los Andes´ radio station, an educational and cultural channel accessible to
(Mérida, Venezuela) On May 7, 2018, the University of Los Andes (ULA) became the first Venezuelan public university to join the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI). With this accreditation, ULA is now part of a worldwide network of universities working
*** During eight sessions, participants will be educated in different subjects related to human rights. Mérida, Venezuela – The Observatory of Human Rights of the University of Los Andes (ODH–ULA) begun on June 1, 2018, the 2nd certificate course