Looking ahead, the year might not be an easy one for Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro; the economy, institutional chaos, corruption and an opposition that could be reorganizing itself, among other issues, will give him more than just a headache.
November 25th marks International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. But in a region with femicide on the rise, the day is a reminder of the lack of progress toward the elimination of gender-based violence.
Uruguay announced its decision to abandon the TIAR over a regional consensus to use the treaty to sanction Venezuela. But Uruguay’s departure will more likely hurt its cause on Venezuela than do any good.
Indigenous women are leading the fight to ensure crimes against humanity in Guatemala don’t remain unpunished. As we commemorate the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we recognize the brave women leading efforts to secure long-standing peace.
Preceded by the failed dialogue rounds in Santo Domingo in 2018 and Oslo in 2019, a new dialogue to solve the crisis in Venezuela is taking place in the Caribbean island of Barbados. Will the third time be the charm?