Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, and El Salvador are the winners for their initiatives regarding human rights
In Colombia, per hour two children are victim of sexual abuse
XPrize Foundation encourages the development of technology to change the world.
Many laws and advances seem to be around the topic, but being realistic, when talking about homophobia in Latin America things are not that kind. Let’s take a look at the price Latin American society pays for homophobia.
Supreme court ruling opens door to early release of hundreds of abusers. Luis Muina, convicted of torture in military dictatorship, has sentence reduced
A UN rights committee said Thursday it will study a petition filed by Brazil's embattled former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva claiming the country's courts violated his rights over a huge corruption scandal.
UN officials have described the situation in the Asian country as “textbook ethnic cleansing” against Rohingya Muslims
2015 was the deadliest year for environmental activists and the region has been suffering the highest toll on the world.
The spectrum of human rights is wide. But what [the media] do is focus... on the bad parts and ignore the good stuff.
After the independence, Latino immigrants struggle to find work
Brazil Foreign Minister Jose Serra said he will stress the defense of human rights, setting a clear distance from Rousseff. Under her presidency Brazil had supported dictatorships around the world
An Argentine judge has ordered the arrest of the head of the human rights group, Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.
Por motivos de seguridad, el Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja están reduciendo su equipo en el país del medio oriente
The rise of populist leaders in the United States and Europe poses a dangerous threat to basic rights protections while encouraging abuse by autocrats around the world
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