The African activists Mary Oloiparuni, Asha Ismail and Jaha Mapenzi Dukureh do not know each other but they share a painful experience: they all suffered genital mutilation. Pain, haemorrhages and scars persist almost 20 years later in the young woman’s memory. Laura Becquer Paseiro Mary Oloiparuni was subjected […]
For Chilean journalist Patricio Mery Bell, the press is an “accomplice to the return of neo-fascism” and has allowed the greatest violations of human rights. Highlighting European “hypocrisy”, he says that the left wing should re-establish its principles and that Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn and Rafael Correa have a lot to say.
The prevalence of casual work in the labour market in Latin America and the Caribbean remains amongst the highest in the world, a recent report from the International Labour Organisation (ILO) has revealed. Ivette Fernández In accordance with the study “World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends 2019,” it […]
With the opening of the Port Control Unit, Bolivia joined the countries in the region that are strengthening their customs controls through the Global Container Control Programme to fight against drug trafficking. Nara María Romero Resources from the European Union, Germany and the Bolivian Government, through the Support […]
Why is there so much interest in humanitarian aid in Venezuela? Why is there not the same level of interest in helping others? Put simply, it’s pure interventionism and governments know it. Ibis Frade Eight years ago, NATO forces bombed Libya. Now, this African nation is living in […]