Stories about Latin America from June, 2023
The cases of racism in some European contexts show that this problem is growing in the world, and Latin America is no exception.
Guatemalan families still seek justice for abuses committed during the country's internal conflict. However, a proposed amnesty law could annihilate their hopes.
Soon after Brazil's defeat by Uruguay in the 1950 World Cup, the Brazilian national team wanted to change its kit. A 19 year-old man was responsible for the design that became one of the most iconic in world sport.
Historic ruling in Ecuador shows clash between global demand for minerals and protecting biodiversity
"This renewed demand for extracting minerals puts strain on the previously uncrossed borders of places with megadiverse ecosystems," according to the lawyer Varela.
In a world where sex work is often not recognized and is criminalized, the work of unions is imperative.
Brazilian President Lula's endorsement of Maduro's regime sparks strong reactions among Brazilians and Venezuelans
Why it is so dangerous to talk about "constructed narratives" in the case of Venezuela
Coping with severe drought, Indigenous communities in the Gran Chaco want local media to also highlight how oil companies impact their communities