This is a book of many voices (more than 70 of them, from 14 different countries) which testify to an extremely sensitive and uncertain moment in the history of Latin America. 
The 8th March is celebrated as International Women’s Day. However, in Guatemala for the past three years, the day has been a painful reminder of the long road towards gender equity, and the potentially lethal consequences of continuing misogynistic and violent attitudes towards women. On this day three years ago, 41 girls and young women died by asphyxiation and fatal burns in a...
Not only Nicaragua, but Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, Colombia and Costa Rica are all promoting 'wet' or 'dry' canal projects to join the two oceans. Chinese money is backing all of them.
Actividades de Incidencia política, local y nacional, a favor de los Derechos Sexuales, Derechos Reproductivos, No Violencia contra las mujeres, Cultura sin sexismo, sin racismo, sin violencia, feminismo.
Photojournalist Cristina Chiquín talks about women's rights and the trial of former general Rios Montt in the second of Silvia Rothlisberger's interviews with activists in Latin America.
Over 600 women were murdered in 2012, with an increase in the number of young girls killed. Marilyn Thomson, from CAWN, looks at what is being done to tackle this horrific problem.
Maya and Garifuna communities are resisting over-zealous national park regulation and encroaching oil exploration
Immigration is contentious both in US internal politics and in its relations with Mexico. Soon, however, US demand for labour may outstrip the supply of immigrants.
Latin America still has the highest rate of crime in the world. Drug traffic, corruption and the United States have all played a vital role in this drama.
Two indigenous leaders from Huehuetenango are detained for protesting against hydro-electric projects that threaten their communities.

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