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Venezuela: how photos get manipulated

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An astonishing catalogue of images posted on social media which turn out to be crude fakes, borrowed from other events in other countries.

The new face of Latin American farming

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Vast tracts of land are being taken over by powerful investors, many of them from Latin America. Such is the pace, says development expert, Cristobal Kay, that the continent is being transformed before our eyes.

BRAZIL’S BLIND SPOT: RACISM AND RACIAL INEQUALITY

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Despite its multicultural image, Brazil fails to address racial inequality. Today, racial democracy is a dangerous illusion.

FEMICIDE IN MEXICO: THE COTTON FIELD CASE AND ITS SEQUELS

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Government action is failing lamentably to protect Mexican women from a wave of violence and femicide.

Peru: a 10-year ban on GMOs

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In December 2011 Peru became the latest country in Latin America to ban genetically modified organisms. But can it be sustained?

Voices of Latin America – social movements and the new activism

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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. 

Bolivia Information Forum

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The Bolivia Information Forum (BIF) was formed in mid-2006 by a group of people interested in the country and keen to make information about current political and social developments in Bolivia more easily available to a UK-based audience.

Brazil: Black Consciousness Day

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On 20 November over 1,000 towns will be having a public holiday to celebrate the dia da consciência negra

Mexico: the politics of Memory

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The disappearance of 43 student teachers at Ayotzinapa has brought the issue of 'memoria' to the fore. Relatives do not want monuments. "You took them away alive, we want them back alive", they say.

Nicaragua: Interview with Sandra Ramos, Women’s Rights Activist

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LAB caught up with Sandra Ramos on her recent visit to London to learn of new developments in the Women's Movement and the impact of recent regressive laws in Nicaragua.

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