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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Latin America
Slower growth and more discontent
4/23/2015
Latin America
Extractivism is not inevitable: we must find alternatives
4/23/2015
Latin America
Trade, the economy and politics in the region: we must unite or we will die
4/23/2015
Latin America
Empowered citizens: the Internet as a force for social movements
4/23/2015
Latin America
Regaining the right to health: preliminary lessons from a work in progress
4/23/2015
Latin America
The political cultures and agendas of social movements
4/23/2015
Latin America
Liberation theologies and ecclesiastic base communities: new actors, new contexts and new challenges
4/23/2015
Latin America
Women’s struggle for their bodies and territories
4/22/2015
Latin America
The irregular path of progressive governments
4/22/2015
Latin America
Food Sovereignty movement
4/22/2015
Latin America
Political trends in Latin America and the Caribbean
We can see five major trends in the regional political context.
4/22/2015
Latin America
New militarization schemes
4/22/2015
Latin America / The Caribbean
Summit of the Americas sealed reconciliation between Cuba and the United States
At the same time, the People’s Summit made a calling to build and deepen “a new society with social justice and gender equality.”
4/17/2015
Dominican Republic
Corruption and impunity occupy the agenda of social movements
Judge linked to the governing party frees a ruling party senator accused of illicit enrichment from judgment and jail.
4/17/2015
Latin America
Glyphosate deemed “probably carcinogenic”
Study concludes the highest-selling herbicide in the world is a human health hazard.
4/17/2015
Bolivia
Social conflicts in the times of the plurinational state
Indigenous rights clash with a government that declares it is defending Good Living.
4/7/2015
Mexico
Imprisoned, disappeared and murdered activists
Government is being blamed for the systematic planning of forced disappearances of social activists.
4/7/2015
Guatemala
Criminalization of indigenous protest intensifies
Government imprisons indigenous leaders charged without evidence and accuses human rights organizations to promote terrorism.
4/7/2015
Mexico
The Agua Azul dispute
Development of luxury tourism and infrastructure is behind conflicts with common landowners in Chiapas.
3/30/2015
Ecuador
Silence, fear and coercion
Government implements new ways to criminalize and control social protest.
3/25/2015
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