Co-author Emmanuel Guerisoli
The recent racist mass shooting in Buffalo has a global history preceding it. In fact, the terrorist’s “manifesto” praises Argentina on its first page, for its alleged racial situation.
“…there is no social sector more invisible, less understood and less served, than that of rural women, despite the vital role they play in our rural communities…”
The issue of violence against trans women and their claim to the remedies provided for in the Feminicide Law is the subject of dispute among judges of different instances of Brazilian Courts of Justice.
On February 21, 2022, the Constitutional Court of Colombia issued an extraordinary relevant ruling in the fight for the decriminalization of the voluntary interruption of pregnancy (VTP), not only for the local Colombian context, but also for the region.
Co-author Jonathan D. Rosen
The growing number of migrant “caravans” to the United States illustrates the wide range of challenges facing many Latin American countries. But the danger continues even after they leave their respective territories.
Institutional advances such as quotas or sanctions for unequal treatment between genders establish a principle capable of ordering other spheres, but they make us run the risk of not seeing the very origin of inequalities.
YouTube’s channels and Facebook profiles of Russian-funded media outlets such as Sputnik Mundo and RT en Español, including Ahí les va, have been blocked in Latin America.
We recall that the struggle for ethnicity reveals a racist past deeply in tune with the Eurocentric eugenic discourse that blinds us to a multiplicity of minorities.
Understanding the trafficking of women as an expression of gender-based violence is fundamental for the implementation of public policies in
the States of origin and destination.
Seven out of ten Latin Americans consider global warming a serious threat to humanity. However, they blame individuals for the degradation while exculpating those who have resources and real responsibilities on the matter.