Whilst some studies show evidence that genes may influence antisocial behaviour, various Latin American programs propose, amongst other things, investing in children in order to put an end to violence. Edith Tacusi Oblitas It certainly can’t be said that there is no violence in Latin America, for the […]
There exists the impossibility of attaining a minimal level of personal development due to a lack of capacities, opportunities and real possibilities. At work are political, economic, anthropological, historical, cultural and ethical factors. The inequality is absurd. It is probable that in 2016 the richest 1% of the world will control more than half of the globe’s wealth.
Local authorities in Quindío (Colombia) are currently trying to rekindle enthusiasm for the construction of reservoirs, which they are presenting as the solution to the problem of dwindling water supplies and drought in the region. John Elvis Vera S. There is already talk of more than one dam: […]
In recent years, Uruguay has turned its attention to making a name for itself as one of the many South American countries with oil reserves. However, the process is still dominated by uncertainty.
The small South American country of around three million people, is now seeking to carve a niche for itself in the competitive hydrocarbon industry.
Quite often in the week, at dawn and also at twilight, the Tequendama Falls are hidden under a thick cloud; but when the sun appears and the atmosphere clears, from the top it is seen as one of the most majestic sites in Colombia.