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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Mexico
The rights of Zapatista women
Womens Revolutionary Law provides for access to political and military posts, fair wages, education, health, freedom from abuse and free choice of couples.
4/10/2014
Costa Rica
Ample margin of victory for opposition
Government’s candidate chose to withdraw from the second round leaving an open path for social democrat Luis Guillermo Solís to win the presidency.
4/10/2014
Guatemala
Femicide courts: a beacon of light in the fight against impunity
Amid highest murder rate for women in the country, specialized judges confront gender-based violence.
4/4/2014
Mexico
Femicides are a pandemic
State action is nearly nonexistent in front of the increase in murders of women.
4/4/2014
El Salvador
For a violence-free life
Women organizations demand tangible actions from government to eradicate gender violence.
4/4/2014
Brazil
Protests continue ahead of World Cup
Less than three months before the largest soccer event in the world, mass demonstrations persist throughout the country.
3/28/2014
Colombia
Unreliable Congress
26 percent of elected legislators have ties to paramilitaries.
3/28/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
A Global Atlas of Environmental Justice
Interactive map gives visual context to social and environmental conflicts
3/28/2014
Nicaragua
Absence of sexual education
Lack of awareness and guidance are leading to an increase in adolescent pregnancies.
3/24/2014
Dominican Republic
Reducing maternal mortality is urgent
Almost 20 percent of maternal deaths happen to adolescents.
3/24/2014
Bolivia
Legal abortions for sexual assault victims
Constitutional Court eliminates requirement of a judge authorization to terminate pregnancies resulting from criminal acts, or if the life or health of the woman is at risk.
3/24/2014
Chile
Bachelet´s second chance
Educational and tax reforms, in addition to a new constitution, are the backbones of the new government.
3/17/2014
El Salvador
FMLN emerged as the winner of bitter elections
Electoral authorities confirm the win of the government’s party.
3/14/2014
Honduras
Impunity encourages femicides
Number of violent deaths of women continues to increase.
3/7/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
One billion rising for justice
Millions of people danced to demand an end to violence against women.
3/7/2014
Venezuela
Deterioration of public institutions
Repression of protests demonstrates need for mechanisms to protect human rights.
3/7/2014
Mexico
Economic violence against women
Money is a weapon used to control and mistreat women.
3/7/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
LGBT in the Armed Forces
First global index on LGBT acceptance in militaries is published.
2/27/2014
El Salvador
LGBTI community: Claiming their rights
Activists acknowledge breakthroughs as discrimination based on sexual orientation is banned.
2/27/2014
Nicaragua
Symbolic weddings between homosexual couples
LGBTI activists demand Parliament for equal rights.
2/27/2014
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