Monday, February 18, 2019
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The streets witnessed demonstrations against violence against women in Honduras. In La Esperanza, Intibucá, the feminist organization Las hormigas celebrated this day in the midst of their worries about the increasing rate of femicide in their region. They occupied the streets to say 'Enough is enough' and organized an art competition to raise consciousness of the problem among the...
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To view this video click here. Juju Chang reports from Honduras, the most dangerous country on earth in which to be a woman. She documents the fate of María José Álvarado Muñoz, crowned Miss Honduras and then shot dead, together with her sister. Even the police acknowledge that women are the most targeted. Because of the victim's fame, the police...
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To view this video, click here. Part 2 of the ABC Nightline documentary on women in Honduras. In this episode we see an adolescent maternity unit where young girls, many under the age of 16, come for check-ups, advice and to give birth. Meanwhile sex education is non existent, the morning-after pill is banned and abortion is illegal. The reporter...
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It’s well known where Hillary Clinton stood on regime change in Iraq and Libya, but what often gets forgotten is that she threw her support behind the 2009 Honduran coup that ousted democratically-elected Manuel Zelaya. In this week’s Reality Check, Mehdi Hasan highlights how Clinton backed regime change in the Latin American country. Video: Al Jazeera English 1 October 2016
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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic. VICE...
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Inside Honduras: where women are murdered for US$60. Video: Chanel Four News. 3 February 2015
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Discover the experiences across ten years of two different families in the North East of Brazil who received Bolsa Família. They took opposite paths and changed greatly, but both remain dependent onf the state. Read more here. Video: TV Folha. 13 July 2015
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The distinguished Argentine sociogist and researcher visits the Universidad del Cuyo to speak about political and social changes taking place in Latin America today. Video: Señal U Académico. 25 September 2017
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Argentine sociologist Maristella Svampa, a researcher for CONICET, speaks to the Facultad Libre in Buenos Aires, 19 January 2016. Her lecture addresses the problem of development models, relentless economic growth, and models of extraction
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Raul Sohr interviewed about his book Alejandro Guillier de Cara al País, about the presidential candidate for the Nueva Mayoría coalition, who came second in the November 2017 elections, representing a break from traditional politics in Chile.

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