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Peace with a focus on gender
Sandra López

Agreements between the government and the FARC establish access under the same conditions to women and the LGTBI community to the benefits brought on by peace.

The peace agreement signed in Havana on Aug. 24 between the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), besides becoming the hope to end a war that was waged for over half-a-century, became the only agreement in history to include a focus on gender in its pages, allowing for women and persons with diverse sexual orientation to have access under equal conditions to the benefits enjoyed by living in a country free of armed conflict.see more
LATIN AMERICADemocracy fails to consolidate
Latinamerica Press
New report from Latinobarómetro reveals that dissatisfaction with democracy is linked to inequality, discrimination and disparity.. see more
PERU“It is important to have representatives of African descent, but they must embody our agendas”
Latinamerica Press
Interview with Afro-descendant activist Mónica Carrillo. see more
HAITI / DOMINICAN REPUBLICStatelessness is imposed on Dominicans of Haitian descent
Gotson Pierre
African descent of Haitian migrants is looked down on in Dominican Republic.. see more
BRAZIL“The first big problem is the indifference of Brazilian society”
Paolo Moiola
Interview with Msgr. Roque Paloschi, president of the Indigenous Missionary Council (CIMI). see more
BOLIVIACooperative miners lynch vice minister
Latinamerica Press
Artisanal miners reject the free unionization of that sector and the prohibition to sublet their concessions to private companies.. see more
PARAGUAYEight soldiers killed in attack
Latinamerica Press
Authorities are blaming a rebel group for planting explosives at a point along the road taken by the patrol.. see more
MEXICOAfro does not exist for political parties
Alberto Buitre
No African descendant occupies public office by election and Afro has no place in public agendas.. see more
DOMINICAN REPUBLICAfro-descendant women demand respect for their identity
Gabriela Read
Movement of self-worth and assertion of black roots is growing.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANNotas breves
Latinamerica Press
Latin America, Belize, Chile, Ecuador, Nicaragua. see more
PERU“I want a social revolution for my country”
Cecilia Remón
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski took office pledging to guarantee access to clean water, health care and education for the poorest populations.. see more
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