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Teodora C. Hasegan

Teodora is a socio-cultural anthropologist and translator with international professional and educational background. Teodora has extensive translation and copyediting experience for academic presses, print and online media. As researcher, Teodora is interested in promoting a better understanding of the complex contemporary social, political, cultural and environmental issues, with a focus on the underrepresented perspectives of the marginalized, indigenous communities worldwide. With cultural and social sensitivity, Teodora contributes to projects, like Global Voices, that bring awareness of the inequalities, lack of freedom and violations of human rights around the world.

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Latest posts by Teodora C. Hasegan

21 July 2017

Three Decades After Dictatorship, Theater Aids the Search for Identity and Truth in Argentina

"There are already two generations that do not know their identity, we do not want to witness a third."

15 July 2017

Inspired by Ukraine, Venezuelan Protesters Create Shields With Their Own Symbols

The resistance in Venezuela creates shields with images that do much more than protect from tear gas bombs and National Guard attacks.

11 July 2017

Notimia, a News Agency That Gives Voice to the Indigenous and Afro-Descendant People in Mexico

Rising Voices

"It is necessary for your own voice to be heard, for you to speak for yourself."

31 May 2017

Mexico's Indigenous Peoples Select a Woman to Represent Their Resistance in Upcoming Presidential Election

"Let this country shake with the resistance, rebellion and dignity of all the peoples of Mexico."

11 May 2017

Chronicles of a Concerned Venezuelan: The Scars of History

The Bridge

"What is Venezuela right now? Who are we, the Venezuelans who have survived this historic defeat?"

15 April 2017

A Healthy Food Movement Is Gaining Momentum in Paraguay

In this first article we present a summary of the series "To eat better", which follows Paraguayans fighting for the right to adequate food and responsible use of land.

8 March 2017

The Heartbreaking Digital Search for Migrants Who Go Missing Crossing the US-Mexico Border

Many migrants crossing the US-Mexico border go missing, leaving their families desperately searching for clues online of what happened.

3 March 2017

A Year After Berta Cáceres’ Assassination, the Struggle for Land in Honduras Continues—and So Do the Threats

"We strive to make energy a human right. It should be part of the common property and therefore the people should have a say in it."

24 February 2017

Granada, Colombia: An Emblem of War and Peace

"...we knew that the guerrillas or the paramilitaries were going to come in, so we all ran with mats, thermoses with sugar cane water, packages of saltine crackers..."

11 December 2016

There Are Many Organizations in Caracas Trying to Change Things for the Better

Can people in small groups change the stories that are told in the Venezuelan capital? Civil organizations strongly say 'yes'.

1 November 2016

International Film Festival Brings Some Good News to A Beleaguered Mexican State

Gael García Bernal, Audrey Tautou, and Willem Dafoe are among the celebrities who will attend the 2016 Morelia International Film Festival.

19 August 2016

How Traditional and Western Medicine Are Working Together to Help Indigenous Patients in Venezuela

"Here there are those who take the harm from the depths of his being, here there are those who suck away the evil spirits."

11 July 2016

Learn Amazonian Languages With Apps Made in Iquitos

Rising Voices

The Peruvian Amazon is revealed as an area of great potential for the community of software 'developers' in the region.

13 June 2016

What It Means to Reclaim Indigenous Knowledge in a University Setting in Bolivia

"The University [...] exists thanks to the struggle of our grandparents"

6 June 2016

Keys to Understanding the Political and Economic Crisis in Venezuela

"We are a divided, wounded country in conflict..."

24 May 2016

A New Campaign Encourages Latin American Indigenous Communities to Create Their Own Media

Rising Voices

"By creating our own media, we, the indigenous peoples, are protagonists of our own history..."

A Peruvian Amazon Community Is Putting Up a Fight Against the Expansion of Oil Palm

The legal case of Santa Clara Uchunya against the Pucallpa Plantations is emblematic because its outcome will have far-reaching consequences for the future of the region and its indigenous peoples.

23 May 2016

The Arkana Alliance: An Organization that Builds Bridges with the Shipibo Communities of Ucayali in Peru

Rising Voices

Meet the Arkana Alliance, an organization that is working in the Peruvian Amazon to empower the Shipibo people and help them preserve their environment.

19 May 2016

Mexico Launches National Transparency Platform

Global Voices Advocacy

Mexico has a new tool to combat the opacity of public servants and of those who govern. But its effectiveness in practice remains to be seen.

9 May 2016

The Text Message That Stopped an Oil Exploration Project in Colombia

A text message drew one senator's attention to proposed oil exploration in ecological reserve La Macarena, which marked the start of movement against the project.

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