In Colombia, the average is one murder every two or three days. They are identical and systematic. The threats and attacks are constant. In most cases, the perpetrators and brains behind the crimes are unknown. The government has been lacking in terms of its will and interest to deal with the horror. Of the crimes committed between 2009 and 2017, 91.4% have gone unpunished.
According to data from the Public Prosecutor’s Office, 12,746 cases of family violence and 61 deaths as a result of gender violence have been recorded in the last year, with jealousy and excess alcohol being the main causes of the fatal outcome. Nara María Romero With the aim […]
It is about choosing the continuity of the democratic process led by Evo Morales and the cultural revolution that the MAS-IPSP promotes or returning to a past of increasing theft and poverty. The preference for Evo is visible and growing. The opposition attacks. Jorge Petinaud Martínez For the […]
The 21st Century is seeing a constantly increasing level of waste and pollution, with a consequent climate change. Cuba has been able to bring a new perspective, trying to find new solutions for the climate change issue. On 30 January a conference on this topic will take place in London. […]
“If someone comes to your house to hurt you, then you just want to protect yourself”. This is the reflection of a protector of indigenous people, who was born in a region in Canada where “human rights are not respected”. She does not consider herself an activist, but her fight […]