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20.10.2020

Rights from the Beginning: New Challenges for Early Education from a Integral Perspective

Rights from the Beginning: New Challenges for Early Education from a Integral Perspective

Rights from the beginning is the slogan coined by the World Organization for Early Childhood Education – OMEP – which works in association with the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education – CLADE – since a few years ago, for the political advocacy for the Right to Education… »

16.10.2020

Youth Encounter opens Regional Assembly of the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education

Youth Encounter opens Regional Assembly of the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education

With a brief ceremony with the Nahual, for the understanding and protection of the attending community, and the opening words of Nelsy Lizarazo, the General Coordinator of the Latin American Campaign fort he Right to Education (CLADE), the XI Regional Assembly will take place virtually this year. Beginning as a… »

15.10.2020

Cracking down on gender violence, Cuba’s top-priority

Cracking down on gender violence, Cuba’s top-priority

The crackdown on gender violence is nowadays top-priority in Cuba, local authorities ratified in a meeting called by the National Assembly of People’s Power (ANPP). The meeting was organized by the Commission for Attention to Children, Youth and Equal Rights of Women of the Parliament, and was attended by representatives… »

07.10.2020

Report outlines long road to post-COVID recovery for Latin America and Caribbean

Report outlines long road to post-COVID recovery for Latin America and Caribbean

Economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America and the Caribbean will be slower than the return to productivity following the subprime mortgage crisis more than a decade ago, the head of the UN’s office for the region, ECLAC, said on Tuesday. Alicia Bárcena was speaking during a virtual… »

06.10.2020

Costa Rica: This impunity cannot be tolerated

Costa Rica: This impunity cannot be tolerated

International organisations call for an end to violence and impunity against indigenous human rights defenders In March last year, indigenous leader Sergio Rojas was killed at his home after being shot 15 times. This brutal attack drew international attention and condemnation. Last week, the State of Costa Rica, typically considered… »

30.09.2020

After documenting land grabs in their reserve, 18 indigenous and black leaders detained in Nicaragua

After documenting land grabs in their reserve, 18 indigenous and black leaders detained in Nicaragua

The president of the autonomous indigenous government is still detained Princess Barberena, a black Kriol environmental and feminist activist from Nicaragua has been detained by Nicaraguan soldiers on September 27, along with Kriol forest ranger Roger Joseph and 16 other black and indigenous leaders, lawyers, and forest rangers from the indigenous… »

26.08.2020

Why Cuban Doctors Deserve the Nobel Peace Prize

Why Cuban Doctors Deserve the Nobel Peace Prize

By Vijay Prashad Five years ago, I read the story of Dr. Félix Báez, a Cuban doctor who had worked in West Africa to stop the spread of Ebola. Dr. Báez was one of 165 Cuban doctors of the Henry Reeve International Medical Brigade who went to Sierra Leone… »

22.08.2020

Diaz-Canel, blocking of digital channels is reaction to Soberana 01

Diaz-Canel, blocking of digital channels is reaction to Soberana 01

Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel on Friday said the blocking of YouTube accounts in his country is a reaction to the registration of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine candidate called Soberana 01. Miguel Diaz-Canel considered the disabling of YouTube channels of TV program Mesa Redonda and Cubavision Internacional as ‘an outright blocking’, precisely… »

09.08.2020

Saint Kitts and Nevis ratifies UN nuclear weapon ban treaty on Nagasaki anniversary

Saint Kitts and Nevis ratifies UN nuclear weapon ban treaty on Nagasaki anniversary

Today, 9 August 2020, marks 75 years since the United States dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki, killing more than 74,000 people and inflicting harm across generations. To honour the victims and survivors of that horrific attack, the Caribbean state of Saint Kitts and Nevis has… »

03.08.2020

Cabo Pulmo, an ocean success story for people and wildlife

Cabo Pulmo, an ocean success story for people and wildlife

by Ornela Garelli Twenty five years ago, the biodiversity and beauty of Cabo Pulmo was threatened by overfishing and irresponsible tourism. Now the coral reef in the Mexican state of Baja California Sur is again home to a wide variety of life including several types of fish,… »

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