Stories about Latin America
It is necessary to question the notion that the media have full and free space to act, without threats, in Ecuador.
Ecuadorian philosopher and writer Tayta Sinchi explains why it is imperative to learn about the fundamentals of ancestral medicine.
What happens when a region’s “media ecosystem” is less diverse than the populations that inhabit it? Rising Voices explored that question about the coverage of climate change in the Gran Chaco region in Bolivia.
It is time to change how we view children involved in gangs.
This year’s G20 is being chaired by Indonesian President Joko Widodo who is facing pressure to ban Russian representatives because of Russia’s war in Ukraine.
President Jair Bolsonaro espouses Brazil's neutrality, while Brazil's ambassador to the UN voted in favour of condemning Russia's invasion of Ukraine along with 141 other countries.
The passing of Cristina Calderón is a loss for the Yaghan Indigenous community, but she leaves behind numerous books about her language and culture for generations of Yaghan people to come.
"The millions of dollars being spent on video surveillance and facial recognition technologies is increasing."
So far in 2022, eight journalists have been murdered in Mexico, raising alarm among media workers as well as national and international organizations.
"Young people are a sector considered a high priority for the Cuban state in its ideological battle"
The film portrays "the positive and beautiful version of the country that we Colombians have always wanted to have"
Today we visit Jamaica and Sri Lanka, and then heard about Latinas in different parts of the world.
Experts warn that the roll-out was problematic, not least because the treaty may put citizen data in general at risk and open the way to criminalizing the work of InfoSec researchers and activists.
Facing oil shortages, the U.S. has, in all appearances, turned to the unlikeliest of partners.
With millions of views on Youtube, Puerto Rican rapper Residente makes a case for Latin America's struggle for human rights.
Moving through the world as a blind woman is not the same as it was before the pandemic, from touching objects, to finding your way, to obtaining essential coronavirus information.
What do people in these regions think about Russia's invasion of Ukraine? Do they expect their governments to do something or not? What are the long-term impacts?
An interview with María Eugenia Quiñónez Castillo, an Afro-Ecuadorian ancestral healer.
Despite death threats, this Afro-Colombian leader is writing a new chapter in the history of her country.
Amongst solidarity, threats and vigilance, 'Hormiguita' continues to help women.
A selection of Latin American feminist anthems and songs to get you inspired on the International Day of Women