For the first time in ten years, the elections for the next president of this Latin American country will be unparalleled. On the one side, Lenín Moreno, democratic candidate, follower and driver of Correa’s politics and, on the other hand, Guillermo Lassso, the right-wing opposition who could provoke a shake-up in the nation.
The most recent annual report from Amnesty International was concise concerning the reality of human rights across the globe. In Latin America, migration conflicts, gender violence and murder rates head the list of wounds that seem far from healed.
Having gone missing on the 5th of October, 2016 and been rescued two days later in the Caribbean town of Livingston in the department of Izabal, her case confirms the dangers surrounding children and youngsters in Guatemala today. Isabel Soto Mayedo This reality shows how male chauvinism in […]
A unique and creative method has been devised to protest against the companies wreaking havoc in various communities through this form of extraction. The International Cartoon Festival will take place on 2, 3 and 4 June 2017 in Calarcá, in the Quindío region of Colombia. Juanjo Andrés Cuervo […]
The Colombian peace process faces enormous challenges not discounting the possibility of its failure and the return to armed conflict. For the whole of its society, consolidating what has so far been achieved would certainly represent the greatest step forward in their recent history and the opportunity to embrace modernity […]