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Latin American women propose "She for she" campaign

They present an initiative to "promote good practices of support from woman to woman and to demand the commitment of solidarity among women"

Colombia: Violence against women activists, leaders and defenders

According to the Somos Defensores Program, "the homicides presented against women always show higher levels of violence, including sexual violence"

Brazil: the most uncertain elections since the return to democracy?

2018 comes with an electoral climate in Latin America that will represent a turning point, with Brazil as one of the representative cases

Domestic Violence and Latin American Women

Domestic violence rates directly correlate with the well being of the region's women 

Facts about poverty in Latin America

One out of five Latin Americans lives in chronic poverty 

Politics in Colombia: between love and hate

Representatives of Colombian politics have experienced emotional extremes during public events

America: a continent in decline in human rights protection

The USA was included this time due to the threat posed by the rhetoric of Donald Trump

Brazil: How does it combat violence?

According to local media research, every 10 minutes a person dies violently in the country

Odebrecht scandal: Kenji Fujimori left the Popular Force party

A month after his resignation from the bench, the youngest of the Fujimori announced his decision

Argentina: Is it ready to decriminalize abortion?

According to WHO, in Latin America 68,000 women die each year after practicing illegal abortions

Latin America: No women in power

After four women simultaneously occupied the highest government positions in the region, the situation seems to not take place this year

IACHR: Central figure of the Colombian post-conflict

Juan Manuel Santos announced that the commission will accompany the implementation of the peace agreement in the country

OAS calls for wider and stronger sanctions against Venezuela

From Geneva, the Secretary General of the American agency, Luis Almagro, emphasized his ruling on the global collective blindness that has been given to the Venezuelan regime

Guatemala: The struggle to eliminate corruption

Although the situation has improved compared to previous years, the figures are alarming in the Central American country

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