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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
Latin America
TPP must be publicly debated
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) puts in jeopardy territorial rights and prior consultation of indigenous populations.
10/18/2016
Haiti
Catastrophe worsens humanitarian crisis
Aftermath of hurricane Matthew worsens the situation of the poorest country in the continent and puts it on the edge of a new collapse.
10/18/2016
Brazil
Elections bolster new political scenario
The high absenteeism rate and null and blank votes were a demonstration of rejection of the electorate towards the current political party system.
10/18/2016
Mexico
No progress made in the case of the Ayotzinapa education students
Authorities are still unable to determine the whereabouts of the 43 students disappeared two years ago.
10/10/2016
Brazil
PT, the big loser in municipal elections
Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) loses support from its social base, as former president Lula denounces a political “witch hunt” against him.
10/10/2016
Paraguay
Curuguaty cause continues
Unilateral judicial process hands down sentence only for the deaths of police officers, but the deaths of farm workers remains unpunished.
9/29/2016
Peru
Court acquits woman accused of human trafficking
Verdict is considered a dangerous legal precedent that opens the door to impunity of those who engage in sexual exploitation.
9/29/2016
Latin America
In brief
Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Peru
9/29/2016
Colombia
Peace with a focus on gender
Agreements between the government and the FARC establish access under the same conditions to women and the LGTBI community to the benefits brought on by peace.
9/16/2016
Paraguay
Eight soldiers killed in attack
Authorities are blaming a rebel group for planting explosives at a point along the road taken by the patrol.
9/9/2016
Bolivia
Cooperative miners lynch vice minister
Artisanal miners reject the free unionization of that sector and the prohibition to sublet their concessions to private companies.
9/9/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America, Belize, Chile, Ecuador, Nicaragua
9/5/2016
Mexico
Afro does not exist for political parties
No African descendant occupies public office by election and Afro has no place in public agendas.
9/5/2016
Haiti / Dominican Republic
Statelessness is imposed on Dominicans of Haitian descent
African descent of Haitian migrants is looked down on in Dominican Republic.
9/5/2016
Dominican Republic
Afro-descendant women demand respect for their identity
Movement of self-worth and assertion of black roots is growing.
9/5/2016
Haiti
Cholera continues to take lives
Victims sue the UN for bringing the disease into Haiti through blue helmets.
8/23/2016
Peru
“I want a social revolution for my country”
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski took office pledging to guarantee access to clean water, health care and education for the poorest populations.
8/23/2016
Panama
Canal expansion inaugurated
First New Panamax container ship crossed the renovated canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
8/23/2016
Brazil
The genocide of black youths
The possibility for a black youth to meet a violent death is exponentially greater than that of a white youth or adult.
8/11/2016
Nicaragua
For a true autonomy for the Afro-descendant population
Creoles, Garifunas and indigenous people of the Caribbean Coast are demanding respect for their territory, languages and customs.
8/11/2016
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