Colombia's Health Reform: Petro's Persistent Push for Change
President Gustavo Petro remains steadfast in advocating for his controversial health reform in Colombia, aiming for a preventive care system and nationwide medical outreach.
Nicaragua opposes receiving the OAS commission
For the Nicaraguan government, the OAS should keep away from the internal crisis. Once again the organism is weak facing a crisis in the region
Catalonia Back to Square One
After an election that settles nothing, both sides need to think again.
The Left has not failed
Although it seems that after the last elections the Left has suffered a serious setback, it also seems that it has not failed in its approaches
Spain: Beggars in churches
At this pace, and despite the Church being linked with the needy, they will have to put security guards to prevent this kind of behavior
Hispaniola cries for help
Xenofobia in Latin America is threatening the basic citizenship rights of communities in the Caribbean
Africa’s power crisis
With 55 countries and 1.2 billion people, the continent generates less power than Brazil
207 years of “patria boba”
The polarization that stopped Colombia's progress
Peace in Colombia: An act of faith
Does the peace treaty with the FARC mean a new future for Colombia?
Argentina at the tipping point
As things stand there are two outcomes, either the people supports Macri or vote against him, maybe placing Cristina Fernandez in the Senate
Live longer, happier, and save the world
Economics and climate change are just two of the many reasons to start riding a bike.
Venezuela: Rise and rise up again
After 100 days, over 81 deaths, and more than 1,400 injured, this has become Venezuela’s fight for a new independence day
Recycling: A Latin American hurdle
Taking care of the planet is something of crucial importance
The High Cost of Colombia's Health Reform
Colombia's health reform, despite noble intentions, risks fiscal instability with a projected $234.7 million increase in costs, challenging conservative vie...
Conservative Health Care Policies are a Sustainable Path Forward in Colombia
The ongoing debate over health care reform in Colombia, as seen in the recent meeting between President Gustavo Petro and former President Álvaro Uribe, ...
Mexico's Gender Mandate Challenge: Moving Beyond Parity for Effective Governance
While gender mandates have propelled more women into political roles in Mexico, the recent case of Mexico City mayoral candidate Clara Brugada raises questions ...
Mexico's Future Leadership: Women at the wheel
As Mexico looks toward the future, it is clear that women are leading the way, and the world should take note of this momentous journey.
Do Polls Really Work? Unraveling the Complexities of Modern Political Forecasting
Polls are valuable tools for understanding public sentiment and guiding campaign strategies. They provide a snapshot of public opinion at a given moment and can...
Work Environment And LGBT Population: Key For Companies
Organizations with LGBT inclusion policies increase their talent's productivity by 30% according to work environment study.
Polyamory and liquid love: are they true relationships?
The fashion for polyamory and the apparent crisis of monogamy raise various questions about human bonds and their transformation over time
L'Oreal invites us to strengthen self-esteem and fight harassment
It is such a frequent phenomenon that it has come to be socially normalized and, in addition to the handling of complaints that leads to re-victimization, gener...
May Our Voice Be Used Conscientiously
After several weeks of reflection, I am delighted to return to this space for conversation that will surely reach the right hands and minds.
Marketers must reflect on social media as a cause of social exclusion
Social exclusion theory argues that individuals are susceptible to experiencing anxiety at the thought of being excluded from important social groups
The “opioid crisis” in Latin America is one of undertreatment and suffering
The situation in Latin America regarding access to and availability of opioids is still limited and is below 100 statistically defined daily doses
Puerto Rico Absurd Political Hurricane
Two years ago it was a hurricane - today it is a political storm that shakes the island with a population of about 3.2 million
Opinion: Are Feminists and Feminazis Product of a Fashion?
The concept itself is contradictory because if we define masculinity as the subjugation of women by men
Violence Against Women Should Be Properly Named
Now, in the context of COVID-19, more than 50% of the countries that account for the highest number of femicides are in the Americas.
Giving Greater Value to What We Make Ensures Success
IKEA is the most successful furniture store in the world, according to Stereophile.
3 Original Recipes With All The Christmas Sense
Sara Lynn Cauchon is a host, producer, speaker, entrepreneur, and foodie. Since she launched her YouTube cooking channel, The Domestic Geek.
What lessons has the pandemic taught us?
Canadian experts talk about the lessons learned from six months of the pandemic and the future challenges for the country
Latin American women facing technological challenges, are we ready?
How are we going to face them in the workplace?
Dealing with the loss of a loved one during the pandemic
From my room, I hear crying from the living room. My mother is curled up on the sofa, shedding tears inconsolably. Together with my brothers, we embrace her in ...
Neither silence nor oblivion
Remaining silent and not legally reporting sexual abuse out of fear does not prevent it from happening, and worse, it increases sexual violence.
Virtual sports: is it worth watching?
Are e-sports a poor replacement for "real" sports during the quarantine?
The quarantine also liberates
What do we achieve with our presence, contribute, or take away?
Four ways natural gas can save money for your industry
If you own an industry yourself, then you’ll understand that power doesn’t come cheap
Do you really know what coaching is?
The first key is to understand that coaching and these methodologies were not born a year or two ago.
How does Latin America celebrate Halloween?
The scariest night of the year is approaching: what is the story behid goodies and scary costumes?
Why is smiling and yawning contagious?
The key would be the mirror neurons
Top 5 Must-Eat Foods in Peru
These seemingly simple dishes will blow your mind!
Medellin: The city that dresses in nature
From July 29th to August 7th, one of the most important cultural events of Colombia is celebrated
Woman hold the future of Latin America
Thanks to greater access to opportunities, society is evolving
Education in Latin America: New challenges
Although progress has been made, are different variables not being taken into consideration?
One island, two worlds
Although the Dominican Republic and Haiti share the same island, they could not be more different
Senior citizens: An ever-growing population in Latin America
This region used to be characterized by its vibrant youth but it seems as if times are changing
What do Latin America's millennials want?
This generation shares common traits with its international peers but the ones living inside the region present unique characteristics.
Marcelo Crivella VS. Rio’s Carnival?
The mayor of Rio de Janeiro threatens one of the most important festivals
Responsible pet ownership in Latin America
Street animals are reproducing at an alarming rate putting at risk public health
Where are the readers?
The use of technology has become a part of our everyday life but is it having a negative effect on readers?
Mexico: Cultural traditions you should know
Different traditional practices take place in Mexico during the year
Literature Nobel Prize: Ishiguro’s great emotional force
How has the Swedish Academy traditionally chosen writers to honor with the most important award for writers? Plus a roundup of Latin Laureates
Latam BookLook: “Malinche” by Laura Esquivel
This novel is a retelling of the most controversial and enigmatic episode in the history of Mexico
Latam BookLook: “The Book of Emma Reyes: A Memoir” by Emma Reyes
In this first edition, we look at the childhood memories of a Colombian artist
Peru: Celebrating independence in style
Each year, on July 28th and 29th, Peruvians gather to celebrate one more year of the independence of their country
I stride down Paseo de la Reforma, and gaze up at the Angel of Independence as I wait to cross. The warm winter sun makes her glow, and it softens me.
Tattoos and piercings: the ancient cultural expression
A sense of belonging, a tribal connection, a preparation for a ceremony or mere pleasure made our indigenous ancestors express themselves through body art
Best museums to visit in Bogota
Colombia’s vibrant, engaging capital is overflowing with fascinating history
The ancestral magic in Latin American cuisine
It's enchanting mixture of texture, color, and flavors have been known as haut cuisine wolrdwide
Ignorance or inherited antisemitism?
181,800 Jewish live in Argentina and historic rejection doesn’t seem to be in the past
Ancient Peru left mysterious hints
Depictions of ferocious and fearsome serpents, multi-colored big cats, and other mythological creatures are just some of the mysteries left behind.
“Tour the city through art”: the alternative boom of ARTBO
Bogotá found a unique way to include art lovers and enthusiasts in a new initiative pertaining to the arts
Great Britain: The fall of the Monarch
No one really knows what the future holds
Brazil: 3G Capital, a success story
The empire that conquered United States
Humanity is once again on the verge of an energy revolution
Who doesn’t need energy to live?
India: ¿a sinkhole for the global economy?
Morgan Stanley predicts consumer inflation is only the beginning
The Abenomics scores a new milestone?
See the success driving the world’s third largest economy
Economic Brief: Latin America 2010-2020
Latin America has the potential to become the next global power
What is blockchain and why does it matter
It is a priority on the World Economic Forum’s agenda
Foot-and-mouth disease hits Colombia
Contagious bovine disease threatens 17.79 billion dollars a year
What is the OPEC?
It is common knowledge that today’s society depends on crude but who really runs said industry?
Uruguay: The first country to make the move
Recreational marijuana is now allowed in the South American country
A shape shifting tradition: blocs in Latin America
Economic and political blocs, such as the Pacific Alliance, seem to be gaining importance in today’s politics, but how do they work?
Challenges for the knowledge economy in Latin America
Many argue that the XXIst century has already embarked humanity on the journey towards the 4th industrial revolution
Tesla Slows Down the Construction of Its Plant in Mexico Due to high interest Rates
Tesla's presence in Mexico has the potential to boost the country's economy, technological capabilities, and environmental efforts.
Women Economic Forum LATAM-Colombia 2023: A Call for Workplace Inclusion and Celebrating Diversity
The Woman Post is the media partner of the Women Economic Forum LATAM-Colombia 2023, promoting gender inclusion and equality in various sectors of society.
LinkedIn: The Emotional Salary Is A Growing Trend In The Labor World
The emotional salary is gaining preference among women workers for offering personal growth options. A global study by LinkedIn highlights it in global trends. ...
How to Enter the US Market with My Entrepreneurship and Succeed
Recommendations from the World Bank to grow your entrepreneurship. There are options that support women in the region to reach clients in the United States.
Are Beyoncé and Taylor Swift's Tours The Most Successful In History?
In LatinAmerican Post we do a quick count for the figures that the tours of these North American artists manage in 2023. How much will be the net profit of the ...
Brazil: A Step Towards Gender Equality In The Labor World
Brazil makes gender equity measures a reality by establishing pay equality for men and women by law.
The Opportunities of Microcredit for Women's Entrepreneurship
Multilateral organizations insist on the call to expand access to resources to promote women's entrepreneurship in Latin America.
The Cost of Success for Working Women in Latin America
Working women strive for perfection in all their roles despite the risks to their physical and mental health from juggling multiple fronts.
Nobel Peace Prize 2015 will be at the Women Economic Forum Colombia 2023
The Woman Post is an ally of this event for female entrepreneurs in Latin America. Free registrations are now open for the 4th edition of the most important int...
IFC program of the World Bank, "Sourcing2Equal" arrives to Latin America
World Bank program, Sourcing2Equal arrives from Kenya to Colombia, where it will be implemented to support women entrepreneurs in Latin America.
Gender equality is an opportunity for companies
Interview with Paola Hernández, Sustainability Manager of Sodimac Corona and its brands Homecenter and Constructor: Differences are opportunities for bus...
Adriana Rivera: "All women are beautiful and we can move the world”
The Woman Post connected the Colombian Adriana Rivera in Spain where she has lived for years. We were in arrears to have this valuable woman in our online mediu...
Women Tech Makers Invitation: ¡dare To Be!
Organized by four communities of women in technology, Women Tech Makers launches its #WTMDareToBe event to promote the inclusion of the female quota in this sec...
Organizing Your Time Will No Longer Be a Headache!
The Woman Post reveals the 8 secrets of successful women who extraordinarily manage their time. Come and know how to do it and propose to transform your life in...
Crypto Market, Increasingly With Female Participation?
Women will lead the world of cryptocurrencies with awareness, adoption, trust, and security and expect that there will be a progressive increase in the market. ...
Increasing Women's Participation in Cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies have revolutionized the world in recent years. Why can this be a great opportunity for women to invest in them?
Latin America: cities for entrepreneurs
Meet the entrepreneurial cities that are poised for expansion, thanks to their growing technological and logistical ecosystems, as well as growing economic pros...
What You Need to Know About Forex Trading in 2021
The global pandemic has brought Forex into the spotlight once again. Millions of people are making money online by buying and selling world currencies
These are the Cryptocurrencies You Should Invest in
If you are thinking of investing in cryptocurrencies, you may be interested in knowing some alternatives to Bitcoin or Ethereum. These are the brighter future ...
The Latin American countries that bet the most on cryptocurrencies
Cryptocurrencies are a technological and economic revolution that brought the concept of blockchain to the world
Latino Startups That Are Crushing It During the Pandemic
Despite the Several Crises That COVID-19 Has Caused These Latino Startups Have Found a Way To Endure
How Much Do Top Religious Leaders Earn?
Religious leaders not only represent some of the most numerous beliefs, but they also tend to manage large amounts of money
The price of the social movement in the markets
The international financial system is concerned about the political instability in the region, just for a post-pandemic era in which investment is needed
Argentina: IMF debated interest rate revision
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has a great interest in evaluating the loan rates charged by the agency, after Argentina asked to examine them and the ups...
Franca Ovadje Leads Equality for African Women
Meet in The Woman Post Franca Ovadje the Afro-descendant woman who leads the new world with the issue of gender equality for women in Africa.
7 Tips To Improve Your Finances
Not only by saving and measuring expenses do you balance your finances.
Courageous Women Who Fight for the Future of Their Families
Girls learn from women their behaviors, attitudes, and work and family commitments because they are the changes and transformations of the future.
Generation Z and the Future of the Economy
A series of studies reveal that Generation Z will lead the world's economy. They will transform the economy, and other generations will have to adapt.
Education Versus Unemployment? Women Concern
The impact that professional women have had in search of a job has been substantial. The worst thing is that female unemployment has existed for some time.
The World Needs To Activate a Different Economy for Women
The constant struggle of women to join political and economic life has been intense in many aspects because beliefs, personality traits, attitudes, behaviors, a...
MIT Bitcoin Expo 2022 Event: Women in the Crypto World
Meet in The Woman Post, the most coveted event by women this year. MIT Bitcoin Expo 2022 reflects women's interest in cryptocurrencies.
Effects of Pandemic on Older Women
Although the socioeconomic impact of the COVID pandemic was extensive to all of the world's population, older women were significantly affected.
Obstacles Women Face in the Gender Pay Gap
Women face barriers in leadership every day, such as lower-paying jobs, incompatibility with professional development, self-worth, glass ceiling, corporate igno...
The Black Female Population and Its Constant Search for Opportunities
Mothers, poor and black women are constantly fighting for their rights and eradicating the gaps and inequalities that come with being black alone.
Employment Platforms That Offer Opportunities for Women
More and more women are looking for jobs on virtual platforms. Now, did you know which ones are specialized for them? Here are the best ones.
Find Out About the Women Economic Forum Meetings in Latin America
Women Economic Forum is the only international forum focused on women's economy. It is held annually in more than 500 regional chapters, with the participat...
Human Rights Archives Have a Female Face in Latin America
The Woman Post spoke with Ivonne Suárez Pinzón, the director of the General Archive of the Nation (AGN) in Colombia, who highlights the work of mi...
Women Leading 2023 According to Time Magazine
Time magazine has announced the twelve women who, due to their valuable trajectories and global impact, deserve the recognition given annually this Women's ...
Women Who Have Made Valuable Contributions to Our Lives
On March 8, World Women's Day is commemorated, it is not celebrated, because it arises from a tragic and transcendental event that occurred in 1911
Don't Judge a Fish by Its Ability To Climb a Tree
Society has taught us to measure intelligence based on specific skills.
The Rainbow March for the Defense of the Rights of the LGBTQI+ Community
On the 4th of July, the LGBTQIA + pride march was held in Bogotá, Colombia. In a musical atmosphere of dance and colors, the emblematic Carrera S&eac...
Incels, New Social Threat
They are men who never have sex. Not because they ditch them.
Should Toys Be Gender Neutral?
Nowadays, you can't walk into a kids' store without seeing a clear divide: boys' stuff is blue, and girls' stuff is pink.
Unsafe sex: Argentina crisis deflates condom sales as costs rise
In South America's capital of romance, Argentine lovers are cutting back on one important cost: contraception.
Coworking designed especially for women proves to be a trend
Initiatives that arise from the needs of different types of women in the labor market have given rise to new coworking concepts
Ransomware: how much does a cyber attack cost to companies?
The company Norsk Hydro has lost 45 million pounds because of a ransomware attack, but it is still considered a success case in the face of hackers' threats
Some problems in the way towards the Copa América 2020
AFA recent accusations to Conmebol could change the conditions of how the tournament, for now with two venues, is organized
Argentina tries to keep its largest oil company in the courts of New York
In the first hearing of the trial, the Argentinian delegation made it clear that litigation should not continue outside its national territory
Princess Dana Firas, defender of one of the new seven wonders of the modern world
The Jordanian princess protects Petra, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985 and has been one of the new Seven Wonders of the Modern World...
Will US-China tensions affect the trade deal?
Both countries return to tensions that jeopardize the second phase of the agreement that was initially signed in January 2020
This is how US trade decisions affect Latin America
25 nations ceased to be recognized by the United States as developing countries, which would eliminate some subsidies and change the trade relationship
USA and China: closer to a trade agreement
On January 15, the United States and China will sign the first phase of a trade agreement that could end the tensions of both countries
The Lithium triangle has Latin America with a square head
This element found naturally on our planet has become the gasoline of tomorrow, as it mainly serves to manufacture the batteries of our devices
After trade deal, unhealthy foods flowed into Central America
The study analyzes the availability of non-nutritious food in the years after the Central America Free Trade Agreement was signed with the US.
Cannabis export process in Colombia is ‘Locked’
Colombia has estimated that exports of products processed from cannabis can rise up to 6,000 million dollars annually.
These are the winners of the coin and banknote contest in Latin America
Latinum is the contest that has been held among the Latin American countries for several years in which the coins and bills of 20 nationalities participate .
The french fries war begins
Colombia has taken measures to defend the domestic product, thus affecting imports from countries in the European Union .
Ecuador says goodbye to OPEC
The South American country announced its withdrawal from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
This is what the World Avocado Congress left
The most important event of this growing industry ended in Medellin after 5 days full of knowledge, conferences and a lot of innovation.
World Avocado Congress: The opportunity for the Colombian market
Because of its optimal soils and temperatures and its growing industry, Colombia was chosen to host the World Avocado Congress 2019
Claudia Gómez: Her Path as Cybersecurity Advisor
Security is one of the aspects of the human being that worries us the most, in all its dimensions. A few decades ago, the physical dimension was the closest
Finding the Motivation To Travel by Yourself
Movies, books, and t.v shows always show traveling alone as a life-changing experience. Still, it is terrifying to do so. Here’s some advice from someone ...
The Power of Intuitive Decision Making
The right decisions are not made but created. Our lives are all about the choices that we make.
Social Pressure on the Right To Assume or Not Motherhood
Within the script that they socially wrote for women, there is an aspect that many people think without the slightest discretion and that is about motherhood an...
Common and Costly Mistakes Made by Home Buyers
Buying a home can be probably a daunting task, especially if you are going to buy your first home.It is very exciting but full of complexities!
The Value of Learning to Spend Time Alone
So much emphasis is placed on the importance of meeting new people and socializing in all of our lives, that quality time spent alone is left behind.
5 tips to start working from home
The work situation is changing due to the coronavirus. Here we give you some tips so you can learn how to work from home effectively.
Spending on experiences versus possessions advances more immediate happiness
Some purchases seem to be better than others at generating happiness.
Pay inequality: the gender pay gap in an anonymous online labor market
The U.S. is witnessing a dramatic rise in nontraditional 'gig economy' labor markets where workers are hired for single projects often on a short-term basis. ...
Faking emotions at work does more harm than good
The study surveyed working adults in a wide variety of industries including education, manufacturing, engineering, and financial services.
How retailers can make more money in online auctions
The study focuses on online auction platforms used by retailers to sell their unsold or returned inventory to discount stores and wholesale liquidators.
Is it affordable to have a baby?
One of the most expensive parts of having a baby may involve the birth itself.
Amazon River Drought Worse in Over a Century
The Amazon River, a vital lifeline of the Brazilian rainforest, has hit its lowest level in over a century, causing severe disruptions to ecosystems and threate...
Ethical Beauty: The Importance of Knowing the Origins and Choosing Cruelty-Free Cosmetics
How to chose well if I want my beauty routine to be ethical? Here we show you the importance of cruelty-free cosmetics.
Outstanding Latinas For Their Dedication To Wildlife Conservation
Through three women from Mexico, Peru, and Colombia, conservation solidifies its role in protecting wildlife.
Will the look of the planet from indigenous communities make us reflect?
The land is ancestral, it is the house that has seen eras and times pass, it has had to adapt to the whims of human beings, and it has shouted in many ways that...
You can contribute to the conservation of the planet!
You can help preserve the planet with simple habit changes in your daily life
We cannot continue to ignore the messages that the earth sends us!
The world's citizens have a great responsibility to restore balance to the planet and prevent mass extinction
Wetlands Could be the Heroes in the Fight Against Global Warming
Wetlands are not only the habitat of many species, they are also key ecosystems to mitigate floods and capture carbon to reverse the effects of global warming. ...
Women's green jobs: an opportunity for the future
Women seek to increase efficiency in energy consumption, reduce waste and pollution and protect ecosystems, with a process of adaptation towards green jobs.
Wangari Muta Maathai: The Tree Woman, Peace Nobel Prize.
Being born a woman in colonial Kenya did not seem like the best option, but, fortunately, Wangari not only changed her life but that of thousands of African wom...
France, the First Country With a Green Roof Law
The Parliament of France decreed a new law directly involving the construction system and environmental sustainability.
WHO Denounces Tobacco Industry for Greenwashing
The international body responsible for public health recently warned of the ecological impact of the tobacco industry around the globe.
Sweden's Wooden Skyscraper To Confront Climate Change
A Swedish city recently finished a wooden skyscraper that can capture 9 million kilograms of carbon dioxide.
Colombia's Health Reform: Petro's Persistent Push for Change
President Gustavo Petro remains steadfast in advocating for his controversial health reform in Colombia, aiming for a preventive care system and nationwide med...
Racism in Soccer: Brazilian Judge Takes Firm Stand Against Argentina Fan's Insults
A Brazilian judge has taken a strong stance against racism in soccer by ordering the preventive detention of an Argentine fan accused of hurling racial slurs du...
A Nation on Edge: Electoral Protests and Disturbances in Colombia's Local Elections
Colombia's recent local elections were marred by 98 reported protests and disturbances following the close of voting, reflecting deep-seated concerns over e...
Kidnapping of Luis Díaz's Father: A Desperate Search in Colombia
A significant military and police operation is underway in Colombia to locate the father of Liverpool player Luis Díaz, who has been kidnapped. Over 120 ...
The Colombian Territorial Elections Give a Wake-up Call to Petro and His Party
While it is true that the elections for mayors and governors should not be understood as a plebiscite on the Petro Government, among other things because the Hi...
Colombia's Electoral Violence: A Threat to Democracy
In the lead-up to the upcoming elections in Colombia, the nation is witnessing a grim and alarming trend – political violence. At least seven candidates h...
Sergio Massa's Remarkable Comeback in Argentina's Presidential Elections
In a political twist that defied expectations, Sergio Massa secured a substantial lead in the first round of the Argentine presidential elections, marking a rem...
US Eases Venezuela Oil Sanctions After Election Agreement
The United States is lifting restrictions on Venezuela's oil sector following an agreement between the South American nation's government and opposition...
Threats Faced by Environmental Defenders in the Amazon Basin
Environmental defenders in the Amazon Basin, including indigenous community leaders, are grappling with a lack of legal protections and escalating threats from ...
Latin America's Pivotal Challenge in Confronting the Climate Crisis
Stakeholders from governmental bodies, international institutions, corporations, researchers, and civil society converged at the I Latin American Green Economy ...
Petro's Stance Towards Israel And The War in Gaza Opens a Diplomatic Crisis
Specialists analyze Petro's position towards Israel and try to foresee the possible consequences of his statements
"We Can't Keep Up": Doctors Without Borders Warns Of The Increase In Migrants In The Darién
The migratory situation in the Darién Gap, between Colombia and Panama, alerts Doctors Without Borders, an organization that says it cannot cope
Russian Private Military Company Recruits Women for Ukraine: A Complex Shift in the War Dynamics
In a compelling development that defies traditional gender roles and underscores the complex shifts in the Ukraine conflict, a Russian private military company ...
Analysis: A Look At The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict From Latin America
There have been many reactions on social networks from Latin American governments, but, beyond social networks, how can the Palestinian-Israeli conflict be read...
2024 Elections: Reproductive rights and Power Games
Pro-life, Pro-choice or Pro-paganda?
Women in Global Politics: Gender Gap Is 155 Years
Only 1 in 4 parliamentarians is a woman. The UN urges strengthening women's participation in politics.
The Gulabi Gang's Efforts Have Reduced Attacks Against Women In India
More than publicly punishing rapists, the Gulabi Gang has influenced the creation of legislation that protects the rights of women in India.
Latin America in Short: Clash Between Colombian and Russian Governments| New World Cup for Colombia
There was a minor clash between Colombia and Russia this week when a group of Colombians were injured after a Russian attack in the Ukraine. In kinder news, Col...
The Situation Of Women In Afghanistan Cannot Be "Looked Aside"
The United Nations has called on the international community to reiterate for the protection of women and girls in Afghanistan.
Urgent Policies For Female Empowerment Against Hunger And Junk Food Are Needed
Great news emerged for women in developing countries from the Second Parliamentary Summit against Hunger. A call from Chile to reduce the consumption of junk fo...
Feminist Foreign Policy: The Strategy That Makes Chile a Gender Leader In The Region
With the adoption of a gender strategy in its foreign ministry, Chile becomes a pioneer in the region with the creation of Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP), which ...
Latin America in Short: New Debate on Abortion in Colombia | Uruguay U-20 World Cup Champion
This week, the Constitutional Court of Colombia affirmed that, although abortion was decriminalized until the 24th week of pregnancy, it is not a fundamental ri...
Knowledge And Caring: Indigenous Children Journey In The Guaviare Jungle
Lesly Jacobombaire Mucutuy is a 13-year-old girl who has had to grow up faster than expected. As the oldest of indigenous children, she managed to survive for 3...
United Nations Orders Justice In The Case Of "Camila"
A ruling by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child for violating the rights of an indigenous Peruvian girl sets guidelines for States on therap...