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Nicaragua
To the rescue of native seeds
Despite being the only Central American country where the use of genetically modified seeds is banned, the possibility exists that a law is enacted that would endanger agro-ecological production.
5/6/2016
Brazil
Rousseff’s government walking a tightrope
The Brazilian left faces the challenge to rearticulate socially and politically.
4/28/2016
Haiti
Presidential elections are again uncertain
Six months after the first round of elections, uncertainty persists in presidential election.
4/28/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru
4/28/2016
Peru
The Amazonia suffers and candidates show no concern
Two oil spills, a case of mercury pollution and an outbreak of animal rabies wreak havoc among Amazonian indigenous communities, while the presidential campaign presses on.
4/28/2016
Venezuela
Amnesty bill declared unconstitutional
Government confronts opposition controlled Parliament and limits its power.
4/19/2016
Peru
Fujimorismo on to the second round
Daughter of former dictator won first round and will face right-wing candidate Pedro Pablo Kuczynski for the presidency.
4/19/2016
Mexico
Smear campaign against IACHR experts
Government announces it will not renew mandate of international experts investigating disappearance of students from Ayotzinapa.
4/7/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
The Panama Papers scandal
Journalistic investigation reveals how a Panamanian company created offshore companies in tax havens to launder money and evade taxes.
4/7/2016
Argentina
A drift in environmental protection
Ministers appointed by President Mauricio Macri are not known as defenders of the environment.
3/31/2016
Colombia
No peace agreement was signed
Government and FARC representatives have not yet agree on relevant issues to end the armed conflict.
3/31/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras
3/31/2016
Peru
Elections reminiscent of 2000 fraud
Electoral authorities eliminate two presidential frontrunners.
3/23/2016
Guatemala
Renewable energy projects bring light to rural communities
Indigenous women get empowered learning how to weld and assemble lamps and solar panels.
3/14/2016
Ecuador
Alternative energies; ¿are they sustainable?
The arrival of electricity improves living conditions in indigenous communities, but generates other needs that have an impact on their culture and the environment.
3/14/2016
Honduras
“Berta lives, the struggle continues”
Indigenous activist and defender of the environment and human rights, was murdered despite the presence of precautionary measures on her behalf.
3/9/2016
Peru
Oil spill affects indigenous communities
People’s livelihoods and native Amazon flora and fauna are at risk.
3/9/2016
Mexico
Right to land, territory and forests
Peasant leaders fight to preserve communal land tenure.
3/9/2016
Argentina
Vulture funds win the battle
Government reaches an agreement with the four largest creditors who did not accept the debt swap.
3/9/2016
Mexico
An indigenous Laudato Si is needed
Indigenous and peasant leaders urge authorities to heed Pope’s message on climate change.
2/29/2016
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