Title Peru: 1. Does the country information indicate that Shining Path intimidates people to gain access to schools or workplaces? 2. Does the country information indicate that Shining Path was recruiting or kidnapping children in 2007 or does so presently? 3. What is the status of Shining Path now, in 2011? 4. If people are still being harassed by Shining Path, what is the capacity of the police in Peru to provide protection and are there reports about the willingness of the police to protect people who are being harassed by Shining Path, in particular, are there reports of the police branding people who make complaints about Shining Path as being affiliated with Shining Path? 5. Is there any country information regarding whether drugs traders are recruiting or kidnapping Peruvians, or children in particular?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 5 September 2011
Country Peru
Topics Child soldiers | Disappeared persons | Police | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol PER39205
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Peru: 1. Does the country information indicate that Shining Path intimidates people to gain access to schools or workplaces? 2. Does the country information indicate that Shining Path was recruiting or kidnapping children in 2007 or does so presently? 3. What is the status of Shining Path now, in 2011? 4. If people are still being harassed by Shining Path, what is the capacity of the police in Peru to provide protection and are there reports about the willingness of the police to protect people who are being harassed by Shining Path, in particular, are there reports of the police branding people who make complaints about Shining Path as being affiliated with Shining Path? 5. Is there any country information regarding whether drugs traders are recruiting or kidnapping Peruvians, or children in particular? , 5 September 2011, PER39205, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/505982032.html [accessed 22 December 2014]
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