View of a street in Quito, Ecuador.

Ecuador and Coronavirus: (un) expected crisis

Here is a summary of the situation Ecuador is going through in the midst of the global public health crisis

Covers on a computer.

Coronavirus: state of emergency in Latin America

Latin American countries have declared a state of emergency due to the outbreak of Coronavirus. What does this mean?

View of Villa 31 neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Argentina: 4 million people live in precarious conditions

That number corresponds to people who live living in slums, towns, and settlements in precarious conditions.



Woman wearing a mask.

Latin America against Coronavirus

The late arrival of the virus in the region allowed governments to prepare ahead of time and many are taking extreme prevention measures.

Illustration raised hands making sign of clenched fists.

Mexico: March 9, no women in the streets

After the massive marches on March 8, Mexican women continued to leave a message with the #ElNueveNingunaSeMueve campaign.

Jair Bolsonaro, president of Brazil.

Brazilian authorities leave Venezuela

After months of clashes between the two countries, Jair Bolsonaro decided to withdraw his diplomats from the neighboring country

Woman holding a pregnancy test.

Decriminalization of abortion in Colombia did not succeed

Colombian people were asking to decriminalize abortion during the first weeks of pregnancy but the Constitutional Court didn't approve it

Woman typing on a laptop.

Do you know what Latamleaks is?

Here we tell you everything you need to know about this platform to fight corruption in the region

Luis Lacalle Pou, President-elect of Uruguay.

The challenges of the new uruguayan president

After 15 years of leftist governments, Luis Lacalle Pou assumed the presidency on March 1 and promises a new direction in a polarized country

Woman under a blanket coughing.

The coronavirus arrived in Latin America

It was brought by a 61-year-old Brazilian who arrived in Brazil after being in Italy for two weeks

Aída Merlano rendering a statement at the Palace of Justice in Caracas.

The first consequences of the statements of Aída Merlano

The Commission of Accusations of the House of Representatives will open an investigation into President Iván Duque following the statements of the former congresswoman.

Person from the LGBT + community at a carnival

Transphobia: the main reason of the lack of opportunities against the trans community

The big amount of stigmas against the trans community has been used to justify the violence against them but also has closed the access to basic human rights.


Person with a cell phone in the 'Uber' application.

How will Uber work in Colombia?

Less than a month after the company said goodbye to the coffee nation, Uber returned with a new way of functioning.

Group of people in the middle of a protest.

Mexican women against femicide

Another march against femicide took over the streets of Mexico last weekend after the death of Ingrid Escamilla

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