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Peasants victims of criminalization
Jennifer Ávila

Thousands of peasant women and men have been imprisoned for demanding land reform.

Honduras is one of the poorest and most violent countries in the world. This poverty and violence directly affects the vulnerable sectors of society, such as peasants, who have recently denounced the criminalization of 4,200 peasants, 700 of whom are women, according to the international organization La Vía Campesina.see more
BRAZILHarsh police repression against social movements
Jos Pedro Martins
Citizen initiatives seek to prevent the criminalization of protests.. see more
BELIZECoral at risk from oil exploration
Latinamerica Press
Government studies the elimination of restrictions on oil industry throughout the totality of Belize’s marine territory.. see more
PERUDemonization and criminalization
Víctor Liza Jaramillo
Peasants and defenders of the land suffer harassment by judicial authorities thanks to legal tools developed to favor economic power.. see more
VENEZUELAScarcity and violence limit exercise of rights
Valentina Oropeza
Falling oil prices and political polarization deepen economic and political crisis.. see more
PERUSocial conflicts intensify
Latinamerica Press
Clashes between police and farmers who oppose a mine project that would destroy agricultural activity in southern Peru leave three dead.. see more
MEXICOPemex restores wetland
Latinamerica Press
Bodies of water and flora and fauna were restored in wetland damaged from the impact of decades-long petroleum operations. . see more
ARGENTINACriminalization of protests spreads to the periphery
Hernn Scandizzo
Indigenous communities and citizen assemblies are victims of repression for their resistance to natural resource extraction projects.. see more
PARAGUAYGovernment free to repress
Gustavo Torres, Paulo López
Authorities use various strategies to criminalize rural populations and peasants who defend their lands or demand the return of these.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANSummit of the Americas sealed reconciliation between Cuba and the United States
Latinamerica Press
At the same time, the People’s Summit made a calling to build and deepen “a new society with social justice and gender equality.”. see more
DOMINICAN REPUBLICCorruption and impunity occupy the agenda of social movements
Gabriela Read
Judge linked to the governing party frees a ruling party senator accused of illicit enrichment from judgment and jail.. see more
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