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Eduardo Avila · July, 2009

Joined Global Voices in 2005 as a volunteer author. From 2007-2010, I was the Latin America and Spanish Language Editors at Global Voices, and now currently lead the Rising Voices initiative.

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Latest posts by Eduardo Avila from July, 2009

Mexico: Free Events Around the City

Mexico: The Santa Fe District

Paraguay: Typical Food Called Sopa

Peru: Oral Storytelling Festival in August

Paraguay: The Government's Negotiations in the Itaipú Dam

Mexico: The Subway Economy

Bolivia: Attack Attempt on Potosí Prefect

Latin America: Vendors Aboard City Buses

The following scene may take place in any number of large cities across Latin America. A person, of any age, man or woman, steps aboard a city bus, provides a...

Guatemala: International Book Fair Starts July 24

Peru: Ex-President Fujimori Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison

Peru: The Move of Bolivian Textile Companies

Ecuador: Reactions After a Bus Robbery in Guayaquil

Crime can be a daily reality for many Ecuadorians, whether it be on the streets or during routine parts of one's day. For blogger José Andrés López Alvarez, he encountered...

Peru: Economic Impact of Canceling Events Due to H1N1 Virus

Nicaragua: Thirty Year Anniversary of Sandinista Revolution

Ecuador: National Gathering of HIstorians

Ecuador: National Day of the Andean Condor

Dominican Republic: Wikiproject to Create Content

Honduras: 7 Point Document Allows for Zelaya Return

Peru: Informing the Public About H1N1 Virus

Costa Rica: Launch of Promises 2010 Site

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