Yemen: children are the most affected due to the war

Millions of people affected by the famine, and by a war that does not seem to be resolved, are the main reasons for the crisis in Yemen

Colombia: Will Venezuelan migration crisis be solved with the visit of the OAS?

Although Colombia has helped the Venezuelan population, it is expected that the OAS will bring solutions to face the crisis and prevent it from getting out of hand

Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi and the Rohingyas crisis

Aung San Suu Kyi has been accused of failing to defend the rights of one of the most vulnerable communities in the world

Threats and death: the high risk of being a journalist

At the annual meeting of the International Free Press Society (IFPS), it was requested greater protection for the journalist

Netherlands: Leonne Zeegers received their passport as intersexual

This nation granted one of the few passports that exist in the world with intersexual gender

Witches in the 21st century: A story of feminist resistance and struggle

On October 20, a group of witches met in Brooklyn to cast a curse on the Supreme Court's new judge, Brett Kavanaugh

Why is the International Day of the Girl celebrated today?

Under the slogan "With them: a generation of girls ready" is intended to raise awareness to defend and advance actions that allow girls to enter the labor market


This is the scenario of maternity leave in the world

From America to Asia, in LatinAmerican Post we make a tour of the differences that exist regarding this right. Latin America is in debt

Be aware! These are the 4 most insecure cities for girls and young women

2 of the 4 most dangerous cities for girls and young women are Latin American, according to a Plan International report

Nobel Peace Prize 2018: Who are the winners?

The winners received the award for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and in armed conflicts

4 amazing women who have led the UN General Assembly

These are the four women who have led the UN General Assembly, an organ of the United Nations with more than 70 years

Death penalty continues to remain strong

In 2017, executions were only reduced in 4% compared to 2016

Is there a third gender option in Latin America?

More and more countries accept the "third option" in birth certificates. How is Latin America handling this aspect?

"I already knew those things": Dalai Lama about sexual abuse cases

Buddhism is in the middle of a scandal after the Dalai Lama agreed to learn about the abuses that several students live with their teachers

The solution for the Rohingya Muslim community has not yet arrived

700,000 members of this Muslim minority remain in precarious camps in Bangladesh

Middle East: The education of children living the conflict is endangered

More than 700 schools in Palestine could close their doors due to the decisions of Donald Trump

These cases of abuse and corruption in NGOs have shaken the world

The recent allegations of abuse and corruption perpetrated by members of some Non-Governmental Organizations have shaken the world

Controlling the Internet: The new form of censorship

In Bangladesh, the government shut down the internet to try to undermine student protests. Which Latin American countries have taken the same measures?

Is it possible to abolish the death penalty in the world?

In 2017, an average of 2.7 people received the death penalty per day in the world

Scandal in the Vatican: Who is Theodore McCarrick?

After the resignation of the former archbishop of Washington for alleged sexual abuse, LatinAmerican Post explains who this ecclesiastical figure is

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