World in Progress: Jun 04, 2014 by DW (English) published on 2014/06/04 20:10:35 +0000 Reviewing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights -- Trial against indigenous people protesting oil companies in Peru -- An alternative football world cup in Brazil -- Producer/Presenter: Anke Rasper Trial against indigenous protesters highlights inequalities in PeruDespite making up some 45 percent of the population, indigenous people in Peru are still being marginalized and experiencing many forms of inequality. A courtcase that has started now highlights the problem. The accused are indigenous protesters who were demonstrating against oil drilling on their lands, which resulted in a violent clash with the police in 2009, killing 30 people on both sides.Revisiting the Universal Declaration of Human RightsThe Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 1948. The idea was to promote a way for people to live together in peace respecting the inherent rights of every human being. Now, an international group of high-ranking experts including former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown are reviewing the document to make sure it fits the needs of modern times.A playful protest against the World CupRecent polls indicate that almost half of Brazilians do not support the World Cup and actually think it will be bad for the country. The count-down to the kick off next week has been marred by protests. Critics blast the event for overspending of public money and human rights violations. Sam Cowie reports on an alternative football tournament, set up as a form of resistance.