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Country / Region Tittle Resume Date See
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
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Brazil, Cuba, El Salvador, Paraguay, Uruguay
7/26/2016
Peru
Lomas of Asia: Opting for the conservation of the last desert oases
Lomas de Asia Project is a conservation proposal of the biodiversity and the cultural heritage of the lomas managed and undertaken by a campesino community.
7/21/2016
Colombia
The FARC prepares to leave behind the armed struggle
The government promotes a plebiscite to make it possible to formalize, legitimize and incorporate to existing norms what is agreed to in Havana.
7/20/2016
Guatemala
Afrodescendant population struggle to be taken into account
Afro-Guatemalans feel invisible in a country where a deep racism persists.
7/18/2016
Colombia
Afro-Colombian population, the hardest hit by the war
The 75 percent of the nearly five million afro-descendants live in poverty, without access to public services, with more than 700,000 of them being displaced.
7/18/2016
Honduras
Attempts to disappear Garifuna people
Development projects pushed by the government in the Atlantic coast threaten the survival of afro-descendant communities.
7/18/2016
Uruguay
Historical first harvest of legal marijuana
The application of the law regarding cannabis use continued with the harvest of its first legal plantation.
7/14/2016
Latin America
Changing the model by putting sustainability of life as the central principle
Domestic and care work, like nature, are considered inexhaustible resources for capitalist exploitation.
7/14/2016
Ecuador
ECUADOR: Solidarity economy: a new development model
Solidarity, cooperation, mutual assistance, reciprocity, and fairness are some of the principles of solidarity economy cooperatives.
7/14/2016
Mexico
Teachers protest against education reform
Massive street demonstrations by education workers leave at least eight dead in clashes with police.
6/30/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Latin America and the Caribbean, Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru
6/30/2016
Suriname
People take to the streets to confront the government
Thousands of people turned out in Paramaribo to protest against the rising cost of living.
6/22/2016
Costa Rica
Flow of migrants on their way to the United States
Authorities address problem of unwelcomed migration from humanitarian and legal perspective.
6/22/2016
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