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First rapprochement between the government and indigenous populations
Luis Ángel Saavedra

Meeting between President Lenín Moreno and indigenous leaders bears the first fruits despite ambiguities.

On July 4, leaders of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE) were received by President Lenín Moreno, in this way breaking the seven-year distancing imposed by the previous government led by former President Rafael Correa (2007-2017). However, the position of the current government is not clear in relation to the indigenous proposals, but at the same time, the indigenous contributions towards the creation of the Plurinational State, presented in this gathering, are not clear either.see more
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COLOMBIASocial leaders unprotected
Susan Abad
Attacks and murders committed against human rights defenders in areas previously controlled by the FARC increased after the signing of the Peace Agreement.. see more
BOLIVIATransgenic corn puts at risk native varieties
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Transgenic crops wipe out communities, local farming and food production systems.. see more
HONDURASRed alert issued over femicide
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Two women are murdered each day while 96 percent of the cases go unsolved.. see more
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US President Donald Trump announced the cancelation of the opening of diplomatic relations agreement with Cuba.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Peru, Panama. see more
COLOMBIAA halfway achievement in adolescent pregnancy reduction
Susan Abad
Although there are fewer pregnancies in adolescents aged between 15 and 19, an increase is observed in girls under 14.. see more
PERUTeen pregnancy figures have not reduced in 25 years
Magali Zevallos Ríos
Lack of comprehensive sex education and nonexistent prevention campaigns are the leading cause for an increased incidence of pregnancies in girls 11 to 15.. see more
HONDURASAdolescent mothers are victims of violence, abandonment and misinformation
Jennifer Ávila
Lack of sex and reproductive education in schools leads to a considerable incidence of adolescent pregnancy.. see more
SOUTHERN CONETeen pregnancy prevention is imperative
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Teen pregnancy puts in evidence an economic, territorial and gender inequality.. see more
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