Women from every corner occupy Brasilia: the Marcha das Margaridas
One of the largest women's mobilizations in Latin America, the Marcha das Margaridas, is led by rural trade unions,...
Mexicans building a feminist Internet face challenges
The Olimpia law, though it is actually a modification to an existing law on women's right to a life free of...
Anti-populism and "normality" from Greece to Chile
“We will not return to normality, because normality was the problem” Español
Deadly infection on the Colombian Pacific coast: Where is the state?
Five children died last week due to an infection in Chocó; the last one only a year and a half old. The Ministry of...
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionLuanda Leaks and the limits of liberalism: can anti-corruption work?
Critique of corruption must explicitly disrupt corporate globalism, imperialism, racism, authoritarianism,...
Extractivism and resistance in Latin America and the Caribbean
There is an unequal exposure to pollution depending on the systemic position of countries, power relations, as well...