More than 445 people have suffered eye injuries in Chile’s five months of protests.
Amnesty International says last year ‘brought a renewed assault on human rights across much of the Americas’.
Self-organised groups risk injury or worse as they go to the front line of Chile’s protests to help those in need.
Human Rights Watch finds Chilean police committed ‘serious human rights violations’ during weeks-long unrest.
Many protesters say any new constitution must include the input of the public through a constitutional assembly.
March kicks off another day of major protests across the country over growing inequality.
Smoke blankets the capital Santiago as fiery protests rage while thousands also hit the streets of other major cities.
Anti-gov’t protests expected to continue, with demonstrators calling for Pinera’s resignation and a new constitution.
Protesters, angry over inequality, demand President Pinera’s resignation in biggest protests to hit capital in years.
Chilean president says he will end controversial state of emergency on Sunday.