Stories about Spanish
Journalists practice self-censorship, with propaganda channels dominating attention.
"Did you know that our first and only Olympic gold medals have been won by two women?"
Critics of a swimming pool that was destroyed during hurricane Maria in 2017 say that it is being rebuilt against Puerto Rico's own environmental regulations.
“Throughout the history of Peru, investments are located wherever they want, as long as they bring money, and the state or government allows this to happen”
To celebrate 'Salvadoran Afro-Descendant Month,' we illustrated some of the many words of African origin in the Spanish of El Salvador.
It's impossible to explain with words what it was like to live with the anxiety of waiting ... the fear that the bill could be rejected.
The year 2020 was marked by the role of feminist and social movements in helping bring about immense political changes in Latin America and the Caribbean despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
"I’ve woken up to see Argentina more free and feminist. No one will ever be forced to give birth again. Argentina is safer for all women."
The Urgent Consideration Law marks a turning point in Uruguay's changing political landscape.
After World War II, Latin America had authoritarian, US-backed anti-communist governments. Facing repression at home, writers found refuge in communist Prague, in a story little-known in today's Czech Republic.
"The RAE is a bit like the Pope: we don't care what they say, but that they say it is half the battle."
The violation of the bodies and lives of women sterilized against their will and the delays in delivering justice mark Peru as a perpetrator of human rights violations.
In Colombia, a new generation of journalists are fighting self-censorship and investigating corruption.
Global Voices interviewed the leads of four projects that aim to help women facing violence during the pandemic.
Group effort, research, perseverance, and Global Voices' journalism played a key role
Through photos, Cubans tell stories of their COVID-19 lockdown.
“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”.
At least 24 new media outlets have been created since 2018, and the already established media outlets are adapting to produce multimedia content.
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.