Latest posts by Eduardo Avila from December, 2009
Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve looks at the recent findings regarding Honduras in the most recent Latinobarometro study.
The blogger S@kis of Una Hoja de Papel [es] describes a hypothetical conversation with his future granddaughter who wants to know what the Atitlán Lake in Guatemala was like, and why it is no longer that way. He answers because Guatemalans did nothing to preserve it.
There have been 100 indigenous children who have died this year of hunger in Colombia, and Valentina Díaz Gómez of Realidades Colombianas [es] writes that the president must do more to address this serious situation.
The cost of $50 USD for a .do domain offered by the Pontifical Catholic University [es] in the Dominican Republic is too expensive writes José Rafael Sosa.
Egyptian Global Voices Online contributor Eman AbdElRahman, also known as Lasto Adri, is active in a project called Kolena Laila, which she presented at the Second Arab Bloggers Conference in Beirut, Lebanon.
From his home in Accra, Ghana, Global Voices author Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor talks about his prolific blogging and tweeting activity and his many collaborations with online communities.
The blog Noticias para Dios offers an inside look, both raw and literary, on the everyday life of a Guatemalan lawyer rescuing trafficked children from brothels.
Climate change is affecting the way of life of Mongolian nomadic families, as rangeland for their grazing animals has been reduced in size and the availability of fresh water has become scarcer.