In March 2017, a series of debates took place between Fecode and the Ministry of Education.
The island is going through one of its toughest economic crisis, would becoming a part of the USA be a real solution?
Despite growing numbers in registration and attendance to higher education institutions, Latin American education lags behind
Haitians request of permanent residence has tripled over the last ten years. However, it hasn't been easy to settle in Chile.
FARC rebel group stated that they are complying with the accords stated within the peace agreement signed last year
Brazil's Superior Electoral Court is deliberating on a case which could topple the country's President, Michel Temer
On July 30, according to the board’s proposal, the 545 members of the constituent assembly will be elected.
A meeting of the Organisation of American States to discuss the crisis in Venezuela ended without agreement
The New York-based investment bank came under fire from Venezuelan politicians and protesters in New York opposed to Maduro
General Manuel Antonio Noriega, the former military leader of Panama, has died aged 83
Thousands of people off from heading down to Copacabana to join calls for President Michel Temer to step down.
The FARC guerrillas won’t meet a May 29 deadline to hand over their weapons
Mexicans must use their indignation as fuel for collective action that strikes at the root of the nation’s problems
A recent ruling made by the Constitutional Court will slow down the execution of the peace agreements.
Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro has pressed ahead with plans to create a citizens' assembly to draw up a new constitution.
Will the new president be less authoritarian than his predecessor?
Temer's time running out; economic reforms delayed; possible names to succeed the discredited president
The U.S. imposed a new round of sanctions on high-level Venezuelan officials, this time targeting eight Supreme Court judges
Brazilian Defense Minister Raul Jungmann said that his office is preparing plans for border security and reiterated the “regional” concern over the Venezuela
The United Nations Security Council will analyze the situation in Venezuela on Wednesday in an informal closed-door meeting, diplomatic sources said on Tuesday.
Macri and the Chilean president, Michelle Bachelet, are the only South American leaders at the Beijing forum
Bachelet said Chile is not the only country with such an interest and highlighted the efforts being made in Latin America through groups such as the Alliance of the Pacific