Women’s rights are going backward in the world
The backlash against women’s rights is the result of an alliance of heterogeneous groups that include conservative parties and movements, fundamentalist and anti-rights sectors.
Lula and the challenge of governing for 215 million Brazilians
The inauguration of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as the new president was marked by the handing over of the presidential sash by representatives of the people, after Bolsonaro’s refusal and his departure to the United States.
Armenian presence in Latin America
Coauthor Júlia Tordeur
The community of citizens of Armenian origin in Latin America, although not the largest, stands out as one of the most active, heterogeneous and influential in the region.
Climate Change Impacts in Latin America and the Caribbean
Climate change impacts are differentiated and have greater weight in regions such as Latin America, whose territory is particularly vulnerable to natural disasters.
Victory for Lula, Democracy Triumphs
Despite Jair Bolsonaro’s threats and attempts to hinder the electoral process, the victory of the largest broad front since the military dictatorship is clearly the victory of democracy.
Elections in Brazil: a vote for democracy
Faced with one of the most delicate crises in recent history, this decisive moment demands dialogue, responsibility and commitment from all those who seek to deepen democracy in the country.
The Escazú Agreement and Environmental Democracy
The agreement marks a turning point in the regional environmental agenda and has enormous potential in the process of building fairer, more equitable and sustainable societies. Once it comes into force, our task as citizens will be to work to ensure that it is ratified by all countries and becomes a reality.