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Ecuador
Rebuilding communities: a type of resistance
Communities in the Amazon resort to constitutional rights to recover territories granted to mining companies.
10/2/2014
El Salvador
The “Yellow Book” of the Armed Forces
Confidential document of military top officials reveals persecution of government opponents during armed conflict.
10/2/2014
Chile
Who was behind the bombings?
Authorities seek harder stance with controversial Anti-terrorist Law after attacks.
9/29/2014
Brazil
Two women with leftist origins vie for the presidency
Dilma Rousseff and Marina Silva are tied in voter support for the second electoral round.
9/29/2014
Latin America / The Caribbean
In Brief
Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Paraguay.
9/29/2014
Peru
Illegal logging behind deaths of indigenous leaders
Assassination of forest defenders highlights extensive network of logging and the illegal timber trade.
9/29/2014
Mexico
Government refloats airport project
Campesinos deny handing over communal lands for new airport terminal.
9/19/2014
Bolivia
Electoral results predicted
Everything indicates that Evo Morales will be reelected for a third mandate during the first electoral round.
9/19/2014
The Caribbean
Islands nations vulnerable to climate change
Natural disasters negatively impact Caribbean economies.
9/15/2014
El Salvador
ICSID ruling draws to a close
Despite incompliance with environmental regulations, multinational mining firm has demanded the Salvadoran government to pay more than US$300 million for halting project.
9/15/2014
Argentina
Grandson No. 114 recovered
Guido Montoya Carlotto was identified as the grandson of the president of the Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo.
8/18/2014
Chile
Ruling in favor of Mapuche indigenous
Inter-American Court of Human Rights orders the annulment of sentences under Anti-Terrorist Law.
8/18/2014
Mexico
Human rights activists targeted in attacks
Rights defenders are not protected in their line of work.
7/25/2014
Chile
Governing coalition tested by tax bill accord
Changes to the tax reform coordinated with rightist legislators compromising other reforms promised by Bachelet.
7/25/2014
Growing women’s political participation
After receiving training, female candidates are elected for municipal and legislative posts
7/25/2014
Trinidad & Tobago
Growing women’s political participation
After receiving training, female candidates are elected for municipal and legislative posts
7/25/2014
Latin America
In brief
Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico.
7/25/2014
Guatemala
Could micro hydro-plants be the solution to energy conflicts?
Small scale hydropower is affordable, reliable and sustainable, particularly for populations that live in very remote areas.
7/18/2014
Colombia
Farmers without alternative to growing coca
Unable to sell their food products, farmers grow coca to survive.
7/10/2014
Guatemala
No future for girls
One in five births is to a teenage mother.
11/8/2013
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