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 […]
Thirty years ago, the new municipal tax implemented by the government of Margaret Thatcher came into force, the same that marked the beginning of its fall months later. To remember the consequences of what its implementation meant, a talk will be held with an expert in this part of British […]
The story of Mia Kurihara, a 10 year old girl who died in 2019 after being abused by her father, shook Japan and led to the Minister of Justice strengthening child abuse prevention laws. Despite being a world leader in development, Japan is facing a number of problems in the […]
In the beauty of the Pacific Islands, it’s hard to imagine that the sparse populating making up its fourteen island states have one of the highest rates of child abuse in the world. Around four million children are victims of mistreatment in the home. In Fiji, 71% of children have been subjected to physical violence and/or psychological abuse, while in the Solomon Islands, this number reaches 72%, and is even higher in Vanuatu (78%) and Kiribati (81%).