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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Latin America
“Our challenge is to rebuild the national indigenous movements”
3/5/2015
Latin America
Trade, the economy and politics in the region: we must unite or we will die
3/5/2015
Peru
“Exploiting oil only serves for the development of large cities”
Indigenous communities impacted by petroleum exploitation demand that the state assume responsibility.
2/27/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America and the Caribbean, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru.
2/27/2015
Latin America
More restrictions to intraregional migration
Migration continues increasing but with less rights and in worse conditions.
2/27/2015
Ecuador
Historic challenge for CONAIE
Government is decided on dismantling the main Ecuadorian indigenous organization.
2/18/2015
Mexico
Enforced disappearances are widespread
More than 22,000 persons were subjected to forced disappearance between 2006 and 2014.
2/18/2015
Panama
Government suspended hydroelectric project again
Breach of environmental impact assessment and lack of an archeological protection plan, authorities say.
2/18/2015
Uruguay
Taxes for landowners
The restoration of a tax to agricultural producers announces President-elect Tabaré Vázquez.
2/5/2015
El Salvador
Multimillion dollar plan to curb violence
An initiative is targeted towards crime prevention and will be implemented in the most violent towns.
2/5/2015
Panama
Wetland regains protected area status
Government approves law banning any activity that affects the water flow of mangroves.
2/5/2015
Latin America
Decline in poverty rates has stalled
Poverty stalled statistically but the number of people in poverty and indigence increased.
1/29/2015
Guatemala
Former police chief sentenced for assault on Spanish embassy
Thirty seven people died burnt in the Spanish embassy in 1981 on the orders of dictator Romeo Lucas García and senior police officers.
1/29/2015
Latin America
In brief
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador.
1/29/2015
Mexico
Sexual torture is an institutionalized practice
Government troops subject women to sexual torture to admit crimes they have not committed or to punish social activism.
1/16/2015
Haiti
Parliament is dissolved and President governs by decree
Five years after the earthquake that devastated the country, weak public institutions persist and thousands of people remain in refugee camps.
1/16/2015
Cuba
Restoration of diplomatic ties with the United States continues
The decision of both countries to normalize relations will have important economic and political effects.
1/16/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
COP20: Another failure?
At the last minute the Lima Call for Climate Action managed to pass. The agreement leaves large gaps, huge uncertainties and lacks commitments.
12/21/2014
Peru
“Cultivation” of lakes
Recognition for the practice of growing and harvesting rainwater.
12/21/2014
Latin America
For just and equal sustainability
Women face climate change with demands and proposals.
12/21/2014
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