Peace means going beyond the absence of armed conflict. It means promoting and implementing a reconstruction model that overturns injustice and inequality, thereby promoting social transformation and inclusion. Peace, for Colombian women, meant addressing gender and sexual violence, as well as social, economic, cultural and political inequalities. *ABColombia & […]
Fake news circulate without being questioned. Eighty-nine percent of Jair Bolsonaro voters trusted fake news. But Brazil was not the only one to have to deal with fake news. Similar situations also occurred during the previous presidential elections in the USA and during the Brexit referendum in the UK.
Collectives from different countries have signed a document that seeks the solidarity of nations before the imminent danger faced by the Peace Agreement signed by the previous Colombian Government, which the current one seems determined to end, in the context of a polarized country and where violence and impunity are […]
When the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Treaty (ALBA – TCP) came about, its founders envisaged a solid economic foundation to support the noble idea of integration between its member countries. The idea of independence and alliance has cost them dearly. The United States […]
The nationalisation of hydrocarbons in 2006 by President Evo Morales, was an historic decision that, since then, has marked economic, political and social growth in Bolivia. Nara Romero Rams On 1st May of this year, Morales enacted the Supreme Decree 28701, “Heroes of the Chaco”, which nationalised those […]