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Opinion: The Hypocrisy Of The Summit For Democracy In The United States

Last week, the United States held the first virtual Summit for Democracy, but it seemed more like a meeting of allies of Washington

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Ariene Jamile Queiroz, Conqueror of the Agricultural Sector

Taking advantage of female potential in agricultural development has been one of the greatest successes for the sector's growth by becoming agents of change, transforming food production and consumption into profitable and sustainable companies.

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Each Religion Celebrates Special Traditions on These Holidays

Do you want to know how the different religious groups celebrate Christmas? The Woman Post invites you to learn about their innermost beliefs.

Saint Nicholas of Myra

Fun Facts About Saint Nicholas

His paternal home was not at the North Pole, nor was his native language English. He was born in the third century, they called him Nicholas and he dedicated his life to charity without asking for more in return than the happiness of those in need.

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Latin America In Short: Chile Says Yes To Gay Marriage and Boca Juniors Is Champion

This week the equal marriage was official in Chile, which made many happy. On the other hand, Boca is the champion of Argentine soccer. These and more news of the week summarized and explained here

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What are the projections for the economy in Latin America?

The OECD Development Center, ECLAC, the Development Bank of Latin America, and the European Union warn of the economic situation in the region, and the projections for the economy in Latin America

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Global Arms Trade, A Business That Continues To Grow Despite COVID-19

According to a study recently published by SIPRI, the global arms trade increased its sales despite the COVID-19 pandemic. How does this affect Latin American countries?

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Campaign To Teach Young Men About Violence Against Women

Police Scotland recently launched a video to invite young men to reflect upon some small actions that may be considered as violence against women, and that has been normalized by society. The video quickly became popular on social media.

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What To Do on the Shortest Day of the Year

Many Latin American countries celebrate this day with enthusiasm in different ways. In each ancestral culture, the light is renewed as a symbol of the extension of the darkness of winter.

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Gallery: 7 Keys To Winning A Scholarship Abroad

Winning a scholarship to study abroad is one of the purposes that requires the most preparation. Here we tell you 7 keys to make this process successful

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Latin America In Short: Biden Will Not Go To Colombia and Venezuela Greets Pékerman

This week it was confirmed that President Biden will not go to Colombia. On the other hand, the Omicrón variant threatens to return us to travel restrictions. In sports, José Pékerman confirms his arrival in the Venezuelan National Team. This and more in our weekly roundup

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Kehkashan Basu, the Voice of Youth for Equality and Change

History has shown us that change is possible through collective activism and the fight for fundamental human rights is no exception to the rule.

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Is It the Sole Responsibility of Women To Achieve Equality?

The 2030 Agenda includes 17 sustainable development goals, and Gender Equality is considered number five. Will it be achieved?

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How Worrying Is the Situation of Women in Haiti?

Haiti has faced several social, economic, and political difficulties, as well as natural disasters that have been a challenge, particularly for women.