Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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Kill and die for the land
Paolo Moiola

More than half of the available lands are in the hands of 2.5 percent of landowners

Despite of the enormous availability of arable land in Brazil, land is a privilege reserved for a few. While four million landless families have to fight for their daily survival, the large landowners — big supporters of the coup government of Michel Temer, who assumed the presidency after the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff on Aug. 31, 2016 — are now more unscrupulous than ever.see more
BRAZILRights of indigenous populations under serious threat
José Pedro Martins
Government reduces budget to the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) and open protected area to the mining investment.. see more
COSTA RICAPlan to eradicate violence against children
George Rodríguez
Initiative addresses early exposure to violence and develops strategies to prevent risk factors.. see more
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC“The victims and the families of the victims need answers”
Gabriela Read
Interview with Laura Pérez Díaz, Deputy Director of the Memorial Museum of Dominican Resistance. see more
LATIN AMERICAIn brief
Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Uruguay. see more
NICARAGUAWomen mobilize in defense of their lives
Carmen Herrera
Reversals in public policies for the protection of women victims of violence promote femicides.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANPublic expenditure on education does not have optimal results
Latinamerica Press
Only a third of children in third and fourth grade in the region meet the minimum benchmark for math proficiency.. see more
COSTA RICAFor respect and recognition of transgender persons
George Rodríguez
Bill guarantees the right of trans persons to gender identity and to have a name they identify with.. see more
PERUIt is a priority to articulate indigenous and ordinary justice
Segundo Chuquipiondo
In Amazonian regions there are coordination, definition of roles and functions to exercise justice, according to the case and the place.. see more
PERUKuczynski completes a disappointing first year of his term
Cecilia Remón
Technocratic government shows weak political management to face a confrontational opposition.. see more
BELIZEMaya indigenous groups implement land registry
Latinamerica Press
Government does not comply with court order to identify and protect indigenous ancestral lands.. see more
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