Photography is what I enjoy most as well as writing, reading and traveling. Through the lense of a camera I can see life in different perspectives which inspires me to learn and become a better person everyday. I´m based in Argentina.
My blogs are: http://www.viajesyrelatos.com and www.titulosenfoco.com -
Latest posts by Laura Schneider
How the Death of Arturo the Polar Bear Blew up Argentina's Animal Captivity Debate
“What can one learn when looking at a polar bear caged in 40 degrees? That we have the power to subdue animals for our own fancy, disguising it as educational.”
Argentina's ‘March of the Cap’, a Movement That Won't Stay Silent on Deadly Police Brutality
"We are the guys and girls from the 'hoods, dances, and football fields, from the jails all over the country. We are the workers who fight every day for dignity".
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's Absence and Other Curiosities Surrounding Argentina's Presidential Inauguration
"'The time for dialogue is now' and they file a precautionary measure to stop Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner attending the ceremony."
What’s More Dangerous: ‘Probably Carcinogenic’ Herbicide or Argentina’s Government Inefficiency?
Monsanto, the agro-giant everyone loves to hate, has been at the center of recent protests in Argentina. But where are all the protests holding the country's government accountable?
How Argentinian Football Club Boca Juniors Lost Out to Violence
Four players from the Buenos Aires football club River Plate were attacked by fans with pepper spray during a match against their bitter rivals, Boca Juniors.
In Latin America, Gender-Based Violence Against Men Is Little Talked About
Social perceptions of gender differences and inequalities often result in gender-based violence. Most figures deal with violence against women, but what does violence look like when the victims are men?
Argentina Creates Registry of Interpreters of Indigenous Languages
Argentina creates the Registry of Interpreters of Indigenous Languages, following the case of Reina Maraz after being in prison for three years without knowing why, for not having Quechua language interpreter in the country.
Despite Prosecutor's Mysterious Death, Argentina's President Faces Charges Over Alleged Terrorist Attack Cover-Up
Argentina's president and foreign minister stand accused of interfering with the investigation into the 1994 AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires and helping to cover up Iranian involvement.
Argentinian President Goes to China, Mocks Chinese Accents on Twitter
"Ignorant, stupid and racist, a jewel, come on. And she is the representative of a country, poor Argentinians."
After More Than a Century, Argentinian Museum Returns Indigenous Chief's Remains to His People
The remains of Chief Inacayal, who died in 1888, were on display in the museum for years. Now, they are finally back with the Tehuelche indigenous community.
Should Prisoners Enjoy Full Labor Rights?
Prison inmates in Argentina now have full protection under the country's labor laws. Laura Schneider tries to wrap her head around the issue.
Argentina, Chile and Bolivia get ready for #Dakar2015
Dakar 2015 will have again as scenario Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.
Britain's Top Gear Show Not So Top in Argentina After Falklands Gaffe
In October the BBC's Top Gear program exacerbated bad blood between Great Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands when filming on location. The show they filmed airs this weekend.
Behind Prison Walls, Violence Against Women Is Often Ignored in Argentina
Women in lockup in Argentina face humiliating searches, lack of prison amenities in comparison with men, poor health care, and a lack of interpreters if they don't speak Spanish.
Is Argentina Really ‘Infected With Foreign Criminals'? Or Just Xenophobic Politicians?
"We are infected with foreign criminals," Argentina's security secretary said, sparking controversy in the debate about insecurity in the country.
Argentinan Slums’ Identity Crisis
Argentina's shantytowns are in an identity crisis. These communities could soon be getting some help, however, now that the government might make October 7 "Slum Identity Day."
Argentinian City Awards Schools’ Blogs in Campaign to Reduce Violence Against Women
Argentina has witnessed a blossoming of organizations dedicated to spreading awareness about gender-based violence. Despite these advances, however, the phenomenon continues to grow.
Argentina Relished Rival Brazil's Loss to Germany So Much That Even This Military Band Got In on the Gloating
The Alto Peru Mounted Fanfare Band played a song during Independence Day parades with remixed lyrics taunting Brazil for a loss against Argentina in the 1990 World Cup.
Argentina Beats the Netherlands, Heads to the World Cup Final Against Germany
Argentina last made it to the World Cup final in 1990 and lost to West Germany, making Sunday's final against Germany a rematch 24 years in the making.
Argentinian Footballer Ezequiel Lavezzi Has Quite the Following Among Women
The soccer star, also know as "Pocho," has won many female admirers at home in Argentina for his chiseled physique.
Argentina Fans Live Every Moment of Nail-Biter Victory Over Switzerland
Argentinian football fans agonized along with their national team, which eked out a 1-0 win over Switzerland in extra time.