Women empowerment in Paraguay

The path for girls has not been easy in Paraguay, but lately the government and they themselves have recognized a change needs to be made.

Tradition VS. Coca-Cola

In the country with more deaths from diabetes in Latin America, the indigenous and rural population is the most vulnerable to the invasion of soda drinks.

Uruguay’s potential climbing higher

Uruguay is positioned in fourth place at the regional level and 39 worldwide in the ranking of Systemic Conditions for Dynamic Business Ventures. What happens socially to let this keep growing? 

What to expect from Chile’s local elections

Since Chile doesn’t have congressional mid-term elections, local elections—held almost three years after the presidential contest—serve to measure the popularity of the ruling coalition.

Medicine welcomes Mapuches

Argentina opens its first service center to combine modern Western medicine and Mapuche’s tradition in Neuquen province.

The 16 Latin American Nobel prizes

With the news of the Colombian president getting the Peace Nobel prize let’s take a look at the 16 Nobel prizes that have been given to Latin America.

Nanotechnology in Quechua

As a side project to the scientific collaboration between Mexican and Peruvian researchers, the book Riqsiyku about nanotechnology was released. A text written in Spanish and Quechua, aimed for primary school children.

Colombia is not the only one

Even with the confusing situation Colombia is going through with the peace deal process, other Latin American leaders succeeded to the podium of the General Assembly of the UN, promoting a region where wars disappear and tensions focus on finding a political and economic model

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