Stories about Latin America
Journalists, K-Pop fans, and community radio stations fight to share information on the country's protests.
A poll conducted at the Senate's page shows about 87 percent of Brazilians oppose Girão's bill, with more than 291,000 votes against the proposal versus 42,560 in favor
Throughout Colombia, facades of buildings, businesses, institutions have been painted with messages of anger, hope, and sadness
A few decades ago, hundreds of thousands of mainly indigenous and poor, rural women were forcibly sterilised. These days, there are other means of reproductive control.
But why aren't more Salvadorans protesting what is happening?
A new wave of accusations has given rise to Venezuela's #MeToo movement.
"It is vital that men take an active and critical role in the fight against the systematization that perpetuates violence against women."
"Only China helped Latin America and the countries in the region all began dancing to China's tune, not due to shared ideologies but due to the desire to resolve an...
"The problem is Brazil's current development model that turns it into a large farm," said Evandro Menezes de Carvalho, a specialist in Chinese law and international trade.
Internet access is opening up the island to new forms of protest against a government that has long controlled the narrative.
"The majority of the indigenous people believe that El Mallku—Felipe Quispe—transcended his life by fighting for his people."
"Our individual and collective history is not a static point in time and space, but a dynamic process that can be redefined and interpreted in another way."
Missed the live stream of the April 7 Global Voices Insights webinar on abortion rights in five countries? Here's a replay.
"I'd love to see a future in which women's leadership is centered, that the idea of leading 'with' and not 'over' becomes the norm and not the exception."
Unsafe abortions result in 30,000 deaths each year. Join us to hear women from Uganda, Thailand, Brazil, Pakistan and Poland talk about the reproductive rights situation in their countries.
A two-spirit theatre troupe celebrates the members’ indigenous ancestors, and themselves as transgender people, through language and art.
"The '1984' book by George Orwell provides an understanding of the existing analogies with the oppressive Cuban society."
Global Voices talked to five people of Chinese descent in Brazil. All said intolerance increased with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The document was compiled by a network of Brazilians and Americans living in the US, gathering policy topics directly affected by the Trump administration's relationship with Brazil's Bolsonaro
Nearly five months after the initial October 2020 inspection, Trinidad and Tobago officials have not yet conducted a follow-up, despite their own recommendation that one should be done within a...