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Women, STEM careers is what you should opt for
Recent research from LinkedIn, Infoempleo, and the International University of la Rioja, confirms that there is a huge demand of experts in digital careers.
“The Indian is becoming human being like us,” Jair Bolsonaro
The Brazilian president would face a lawsuit for this racist comment against the natives of his country
The first 2020 caravan of migrants arrives to Mexico
One of the biggest challenges that the Mexican president faces, has to do with the migration flow in his country and neighboring countries.
Women, STEM careers is what you should opt for
Recent research from LinkedIn, Infoempleo, and the International University of la Rioja, confirms that there is a huge demand of experts in digital ca...
The Anti-Terrorism Conference arrived in Colombia
With the assistance of 25 countries, Colombia began last Monday the III Hemispheric Ministerial Conference to Fight Terrorism
Emotions to help engage school students in learning
Student engagement impacts children's performance and future success. It is also used as a primary predictor of educational dropout or successful ...
Guatemala breaks relations with Venezuela
The first act in foreign policy of the new president of Guatemala was the “definitive rupture” of relations with the Venezuelan gover...
Mexico in CELAC: the revitalization of Latin America and the Caribbean
The country presented an ambitious but possible work plan that will revitalize the regional agenda.
Colombia: there are more social leaders killed than days of the year 2020
So far in 2020, the number of social leaders who have died amounts to 17, being there more murders than days of the year.
Trump's new immigration plan
In a new attempt to prevent more Central Americans from applying for asylum, Trump has a controversial plan to send Mexican applicants to Guatemala. ...
The challenge for 2020 with former guerrillas in Colombia
Colombia ended 2019 with the publication of a UN report that demonstrates the few security measures that are being offered to former FARC combatants ...
Venezuela has a new president of the National Assembly
The elections of the new president of the National Assembly were scheduled for Sunday, January 5, and the day was full of ups and downs
Jair Bolsonaro: a year of a nationalist government
After the first year in the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, the president is already looking towards the 2022 elections, where he hopes to be ...
Former President Rafael Correa is called to trial
The former president of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, has faced a series of trials and investigations for corruption and bribes from which he has so far lef...
Mabel Gisela Torres: Colombia's first Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
Last week, Colombia's president Ivan Duque named scientist Mabel Gisela Torres as the minister of the newest Science, Technology, and Innovat...
10 years and 10 facts in Latin America
2020 has already begun and it means the closure of an important decade for Latin America and its policy, as governments have faced challenges and...
The relations of Mexico and Bolivia continue to fall apart
The last move of the Bolivian government in the face of tensions between the two countries was to declare unpleasant people the Mexican ambassado...
A new method for boosting the learning of mathematics
UNIGE researchers oversaw a new system of math learning whose purpose is to promote the use of arithmetic formulas at an early age; after a year, they...
The first menstruation: Wayuu mysticism
The 'encierro' is a transitory ritual for Wayuu women during their first menstruation, where they learn the role of women in the communit...
What makes women better leaders than men?
Barack Obama said women are better than men, and these are the reasons why it is true.
What you should know about Chile fires
The voracious conflagration consumed more than 245 homes in Valparaíso
What is happening in Bolivia?
An arrest warrant for Evo Morales and the incorporation into the Lima Group are some of the actions of the new government of Bolivia
Massacre in Honduras: the prison crisis worsens
On Sunday, December 22, a riot was presented in a prison in the Central American country.
When it's story time, animated books are better for learning
These books offer beneficial learning opportunities bigger than what digital learning platforms are offering for children.
Women in science are not using positive words to describe their work
According to a study published this week in the journal BMJ, women in science are less likely to describe their research as “excellent”.&n...
The "false positives" scandal: a long and perverse history in Colombia
The history of false positives in Colombia goes far beyond the common graves revealed by Semana Magazine.
There were human rights violations in Chile, says UN
A UN report reveals that police officers committed “torture, ill-treatment, rape and other forms of sexual violence” during the current so...
Common graves: stories of violence and impunity
Colombia and Mexico are two of the most worrying cases worldwide because, in both countries, violence has taken hundreds of thousands of innocent live...
Students do better in school when they can understand, manage emotions
Emotionally intelligent students get better grades and higher test scores, study says.
Evo Morales arrives as a refugee in Argentina
After staying almost a month as a political asylee in Mexico, he left Cuba for a few days and is now in the South American country
How to recruit more women to your business?
Even though many leaders are interested in being gender diverse, there are some things they are missing out on recruiting women. Here are five of them...
How will 2019 end for these 5 Latin American presidents?
The protests in Latin America cause some presidents of the region to end the year with a high degree of unpopularity, according to surveys from each c...
Arukay, what is it and why is it important?
This STEM teaching system made Ana Victoria Ricaurte, head of Arukay, the most dynamic and innovative entrepreneur in the region.
What is known about the missing Chilean military plane
The aircraft is a Hercules C130 with 38 crew and passengers that were traveling to Antarctica.
Evo Morales will be part of the 2020 elections
Although for the first time in 18 years he will not be in the elections as a candidate, his party, MAS, appointed him as campaign manager for the next...
The Colombian government's responses to the National Strike
Many have criticized the attitude of President Iván Duque before the requests in the National strike, because they consider that the government...
Evo Morales, traveling to Cuba
The Mexican Foreign Secretary announced that Morales had left Mexico on Friday morning
Was there corruption in the Bolivian elections?
The OAS delivered the report on the elections of October 20, which states that the electoral authority was biased
Senator slaps reality and government in Colombia
Senator Iván Marulanda gave a strong speech against the 'Economic Growth Law' that was passed on December 3 in the first debate in Cong...
How far does the power of the Public Force can go?
The death of protesters in Colombia and Chile by attacks by the Public Force has sparked a debate about the scope and protocols of these squadrons.
How did Latin America do in the Pisa tests?
The OECD applies this test every three years to measure reading, science and math skills. Here we tell you how Latin America did.
Want to achieve your goals? Create these 5 habits
We are getting closer to 2020 and many of you are probably creating your new year's eve resolutions. Here are some habits that will help you achie...
Why does Bolsonaro accuse Leonardo DiCaprio?
The president of Brazil says that the renowned Hollywood actor is responsible for financing the devastating fires in the Amazon.
Mexico: this is how López Obrador's first year ends
On December 1st, the first year of the president of Mexico's term was fulfilled, this being a six-year term that has aroused love and hate.
Why women select college majors with lower earnings potential
The 'logics of major choice' is different for women and men.
The radical turn in foreign policy of Bolivia
The interim government took a radical turn in foreign relations with countries such as the United States and Israel .
Luck isn't on Lula da Silva's side
The conviction of the former Brazilian president was ratified and increased. Here we tell you all the details .
Friendly fire in the Colombian government
Fernando Londoño Hoyos, considered a 'thoroughbred' uribist, said the president should take a license and let Vice President Martha Luc...
Why do Chileans continue to protest?
Chileans are still on the streets despite having managed to get the government to consolidate a new Constitution.
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