The National Movement for Victims of State Crime (Movice) in Colombia has fought against impunity and forget for 15 years, and is demanding that the government recognises these crimes as a real, widespread phenomenon. Masiel Fernández Bolaños Prensa Latina interviewed Luz Marina Hache —a member of Movice and […]
Statements from the Bolivian right and the Organisation of American States (OAS) claiming fraud in the 20th October elections where Evo Morales was declared the winner, show more weaknesses now than ever. Alain Valdés Sierra Several studies show that the narrative aimed at legitimising Morales’ forced exit confirms, […]
The reforms of the so-called “developmentalism” that have allowed basically rural societies in Latin America and the Caribbean to partially access modernity have focused on promoting limited industrialisation. In this way, they have overcome the traditional barrier that reduced them to being simple producers of mining and agricultural raw materials.
This has happened because of Donald Trump’s policies, marking a before and after in the context of child health in the United States, including Latin American children discriminated against for their origin and other children neglected due to erroneous policies. Yosvany Noguet Rodríguez The situation of more than […]
The burning of the Wiphala flag —which represents native peoples and farmers— and the prevention of access to public places experienced by women in traditional pollera skirts (carried out by groups aligned with the de facto government and new authorities that do not represent the people) are proof of the […]