This bulletin was published by the Servicio Paz y Justicia en Nicaragua, the Nicaraguan branch of Servicio Paz y Justicia (Peace and Justice Service) and contains issues ranging from 1985 to 1996. It is mainly concerned with national socieconomic issues, emphasizing active non-violent resistance and a pacifist Christian-inspired perspective. A recurring preoccupation in the older issues is political violence, specifically the relationship with the United States and the military aid given to the Contras, while the more recent numbers are more focused in peace and human rights education, social work with different vulnerable groups, such as women and prisoners, and the consequences of neoliberalism.
Brujas (in English "Witches") is a publication by Asociación de Trabajo y Estudio de la Mujer (Association for Women's Work and Research), a feminist organization whose objective is to fight against the oppression and discrimination suffered by women.
This publication by Fempress, an independent, woman-focused communicational alternative within the Instituto Latinoamericano de Estudios Transnacionales (Latin American Institute of Transnational Studies) consists of special editions of their periodical publication "Mujer/Fempress" which mean to cover specific topics in greater detail, all concerning women's liberation. Issues range from 1988 to 1999, and they cover topics such as abortion or the depiction of women in media.
Justicia y Paz y a monthly publication by Servicio Paz y Justicia Perú, the Peruvian branch of Servicio Paz y Justicia (Peace and Justice Service), and as such is primarly concerned with the struggle for social justice through non-violence resistance, with an emphasis on the work of the Church and following Christian precepts, in particular adhering to Liberation Theology. It contains issues from 1983 and 1984. While its main topics are political violence and socioeconomic problems in Peru, it also reports on human rights violations in other Latin American countries.
SERPAJ-AL Informa is monthly publication by Servicio Paz y Justicia América Latina (Peace and Justice Service in Latin America) that reports on news from Latin America regarding human rights, socio-economic inequalities and democratic processes, among other topics, as well as on the work done by the Servicio Paz y Justicia and its regional branches, always from a nonviolent perspective.
A series of non-periodical publications by the Commission for Women and their Rights of the Asamblea Permanente por los Derechos Humanos (Permanent Assembly for Human Rights) ranging from 1988 to circa 2006, all concerning women's rights. Some are summaries of conferences, some tackle specific issues (like family violence, reproductive rights or women in the workplace), some are meant as a guide of international declarations, conventions and laws. Many contain resources for women in need of help.