Sunday, March 26, 2017
Violence and inequality persist
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Rhetoric that goes against human rights, racist and discriminatory abounds in political campaigns and the media.

2016 was a year of mayor setbacks in regards to human rights, said Amnesty International (AI) in its Report 2016/2017 “The State of the World’s Human Rights,” published on February 22, which analyzes 159 countries from around the world, 23 of them from the Americas.see more
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Latin America/The Caribbean, Bolivia, Chile, Guatemala. see more
NICARAGUAReligious fanaticism claims a victim
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Woman burned in a bonfire by Evangelicals in a “purification rite.”. see more
ECUADORRuling party won the first round of the election
Luis Ángel Saavedra
Votes casted for Lenín Moreno of the ruling party were not enough to avoid a runoff and will face right wing opposition leader Guillermo Lasso for the presidency.. see more
LATIN AMERICA“Affection, acceptance and closeness are what those who migrate to other Christian denominations are seeking”
Paolo Moiola
Interview with Jorge García Castillo, Comboni priest and journalist. see more
COLOMBIAFARC demobilization process begins
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Some 7,000 combatants are concentrated in 26 areas where they will lay aside their weapons and re-enter civilian life.. see more
HONDURASPresident seeks new term
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The Supreme Court paved the way for the reelection of President Juan Orlando Hernández despite Constitutional ban.. see more
ECUADOR“A communication media cannot always be neutral or impartial”
Paolo Moiola
Radio Sucumbíos, a popular and educational community radio station, has reached 25 years addressing different social problems in their transmissions.. see more
PERUBiogas, clean energy transforming guinea pig manure
Graciela Ramirez Ramirez
Project has been transforming guinea pig manure into biogas and organic fertilizer with improved properties for 23 years now.. see more
PERU“Oil is not synonymous of development”
Segundo Chuquipiondo
Amazonian indigenous communities affected by oil spills reached agreements with the government.. see more
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Argentina, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua. see more

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