Today, Bolivia is a country with the smallest area of coca farming in the world. Since Bolivia expelled the United States’ Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), substantial progress on the fight against drug-trafficking has been made in an effort highlighted by the UN and the European Union. The White House won’t acknowledge this.
Children and young people are left feeling anxious and insecure, women and girls are victims of racism and sexism at work, school and on public transport, an even more negative rhetoric on immigration, disbelief, uncertainty and disappointment.
Other consequences of the vote have been a divide between the young and old, between large cities and rural areas, and other divisions that are affecting community cohesion.
A future exists where economic recession, redundancy, higher levels of discrimination and a slump in Latino population growth is possible. Following the referendum result, this is now the situation tis community faces.
In the run up to the 23rd June 2016 when the United Kingdom would decide in a referendum whether or not to leave the European Union, politicians, business owners, analysts and the international community were hoping that the UK would remain in Europe. Even the former British Prime Minister David Cameron campaigned for a ‘remain’ vote.
Latin America’s third largest economy shrank by 28% during 1998 to 2002. Still recovering from the crisis, a protest against involvement of the global financial assistants has been organised for 19 September outside the country’s London embassy. At the depth of the worst monetary emergency in the nation’s history, […]