Stories about Spanish
“If I could go back to Venezuela, I’d hug my family. But it’s a dangerous road back home, and it’s even more dangerous once we get there”.
An interview with the first transgender congresswoman in Venezuela reveals legal battles for transgender people in the country.
A study by Agência Pública shows that deaths and hospitalizations among black people with COVID-19 rose at a faster rate than among white people in Brazil.
Batool Jacob paints on topics related to the Lebanese protests through a feminist and libertarian lens.
The Tor network is a free and open-source software used throughout the world by those who wish to exercise their freedom of expression and information while maintaining their privacy and anonymity.
"I believe that theatre will change the world, or at least one world, that of the individual."
"We can't put an end to poverty, but we can do our bit to help those who need it most."
Around 500 migrants are arriving at the Colombian border city of Cúcuta every day intending to return to Venezuela. As of April 15, a total of 34,000 people had passed...
Long excluded from the festival, woman and non-binary people have now claimed their place.
"If I don't sell, I don't eat. It's that simple."
"In Mexico, the ultimate misfortune is death. That is why this is a recurring concept in my work."
Venezuela's borders with Brazil and Colombia have been closed since mid-March, the use of illegal paths and crossings has increased, with its related dangers.
"Some arrived with very low self-esteem and are now more confident and have started to feel more optimistic about their future."
Helpline calls have increased by 60 percent since mandatory quarantine began on March 20.
The story of Lucía, an 11-year-old girl forced to carry a pregnancy to term after being raped, became a symbol in the struggle for the right to safe abortion.
"Lockdown exceptions must explicitly include services that make it possible to maintain and guarantee access to sexual and reproductive health," says Selene Soto.
The staggering levels of violence against women are front and center in Mexico's feminist movements.
Mexico has a prolific tradition of printmaking, its defining visual characteristics having endured from pre-Hispanic times into modernity
In 2020, Argentine feminists rekindle the fight for legal abortion with renewed strength and hope.
The Nordic regions of Europe are thousands of kilometres away from Mexico or Peru, but both witness the destruction of their native peoples' identities