Tuesday, January 16, 2018
No party emerges a clear winner from the March 1 National Assembly and mayoral elections
Textile companies that make clothing for transnational brands in El Salvador are accused of forging alliances with gang members to make death threats against workers.
Despite official recognition of their rights, no public policies or laws have made these constitutional rights a reality for indigenous people.
A photography exhibition and a theatre play bring the problems of reconciliation and healing in a divided society like El Salvador to London audiences.
US Ambassador to Paraguay and El Salvador, Robert White, who has died aged 88, was sacked by the Reagan administration.
Plans by the right-wing mayor of San Salvador to rename one of the capital's streets after Roberto D'Aubuisson have aroused intense controversy.
When Corporations Sue Governments An international gold mining company is refusing to accept the Salvadorean government's decision to expel it from the country for the environmental damage it has done and is appealing to a World Bank-affiliated international court. It is a warning of what lies ahead if the trade agreements (including TTIP), currently being negotiated, are not stopped by...
Warnings about the human and environmental costs of 'free trade' went unheeded. Now the most vulnerable Central Americans are paying the price.
Civil society organisations in Central America, one of the regions most affected by climate change, are calling on their governments to defend the interests of peasant families in the upcoming UN climate negotiations in Lima.
By backing corrupt governments in Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, the USA has helped create the current exodus of large numbers of migrant children, argues Diego Cupolo.

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