- Switzerland and Standing RockNo Business Without Human Rights
- SwitzerlandMore space for travelling Roma
- Switzerland/ChechnyaChechen Archive: Coming to terms with war crimes
- SwitzerlandFor the rights of Roma, Sinti and Yenish
Clarification and justice in Sri Lanka
Sign the Petition for the clarification of cases of forcefully dissappeared and to bring an end to impunity in Sri Lanka
No Business Without Human Rights
The STP addresses the financial involvement of the two large Swiss banks UBS and CS in the controversial North Dakota pipeline project.
Photo: No Spiritual Surrender
More space for travelling Roma
The project "Travelling Roma in Switzerland" aims to reduce conflicts between foreign Roma, the police, the authorities and the population.
Photo: Eric Roset
Chechen Archive: Coming to terms with war crimes
The Chechen archive is a basis for coming to terms with war crimes and for combating impunity.
For the rights of Roma, Sinti and Yenish
The STP campaign "Stop Antiziganism" campaigns for the rights of Roma, Sinti and Yenish.
Photo: Franziska Rothenbühler
Who we are
As an independent international human rights organization, the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) stands by minorities and indigenous peoples.
We document human rights violations, we inform the public and raise their awareness of human rights issues. And we protect the interests of those affected in dealings with the authorities and decision-makers.
We support local efforts to strengthen the human rights of minorities and indigenous peoples, and work both nationally and internationally with organisations and individuals who pursue similar goals.