The alarming situation of girls and teenagers in Latin America

Genital mutilation and early pregnancy are some of the problems that Latin American girls still face

Who is Monsignor Óscar Romero,

Who is Monsignor Óscar Romero, "the saint of America"?

Today the first saint born in El Salvador was canonized, here we tell you who was fervent defender of human rights was

Mexico: The questions that the Tlatelolco massacre left us

Half a century after the tragedy, many questions remain unanswered

Are you a single mom? These laws can benefit you

Maternity leave and pension access are some of the laws that benefit single mothers in this three Latin American countries

Abortion in Mexico: This is the situation

In Mexico City women can abort before 12 weeks of pregnancy, but it is different in the other 31 states of the Aztec country

Colombia: What is going on with ELN's peace process?

The uncertainty facing the peace talks between the Duque Government and the ELN is still alive

Venezuela: The International Criminal Court can investigate crimes against humanity

Five Latin countries asked the International Criminal Court to open an investigation into the crimes that occurred in the government of Nicolás Maduro

Coverage: This is how the Colombian State fails when protecting social leaders

The LatinAmerican Post team identified some of the failures of the State when it comes to the protection of social leaders

Against human trafficking: These are the figures of impunity in Latin America

Today marks the International Day Against Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking. These are the figures of impunity that this crime has left in the region

Mexico: Students created a jacket against sexual harassment

The garment generates an electric shock of 90 volts to the attacker that leave him stunned and allow the victim to flee

2 historical court decisions in favour of democracy

On September 15 is celebrated the International Day of Democracy. For that reason, here we present you 2 important court decisions in favour of democracy in Latin America

Crisis in Nicaragua: UN will monitor the South American country from abroad

It is the first time that the governing body of the United Nations addresses the situation in Nicaragua, after the start of the protests on April 18

Dolores Huerta: The woman who said 'Yes we can' to latino's rights

Improving the working conditions of Mexican farmers in 1955, was the starting point of their struggle for the rights of Latinos in the United States

Latin America: The region with the highest number of enforced disappearances

In the last two decades, approximately 200,000 people in the region have disappeared

Colombians deported from Venezuela: This is their double tragedy

War is one of the reasons that today has been living an odyssey to thousands of Colombians who were deported from Venezuela

Latin America: a deadly region for human rights defenders

With 106 homicides in 2017 and 46 in the first three months of 2018, Colombia is the most lethal Latin American country for human rights defenders

Censorship in Colombia: Foreign journalists are not obtaining work visas

The Foundation for Press Freedom denounced 10 cases of foreign journalists who had restrictions to exercise their profession in the coffee country

Mexico: The world still remembers the Ayotzinapa students

The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has shown its dissatisfaction the Mexican government investigation regarding the case of Ayotzinapa

Can hospitals in Latin America resist natural disasters?

According to PAHO reports, 67% of hospitals in the region would be built in a high-risk area

Bolivia: Violence against women in politics does not diminish

Although the public positions held by women in Bolivia are increasingly increasing, political gender violence also increases

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