By Various Artists
Filed in: Brazil
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Pregnant women from indigenous communities face multiple layers of discrimination. As leaders gather in New York to discuss progress on the UN’s Millennium Development Goals, Cheryl Gallagher explains why statistics only tell half the story.
Roxana Olivera looks at local opposition to foreign mining companies in Ecuador.
Filed in: Ecuador
While the world focuses on its catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, BP is also coming under fire from Colombian workers
Filed in: Colombia
After Copenhagen’s dismal failure, social movements from all over the world gathered in Bolivia – here’s what happened.
Judgment expected soon on historic environmental lawsuit
Filed in: Ecuador
People from the Ecuadorian rainforest tell Fabrício Guamán what they think of their Government’s proposal to leave petroleum in the ground.
These are tough times for farmers in Argentina as Jaime Jacques discovers.
Filed in: Argentina
It was the meddling British who used their cartographic skills to delineate the country that would become Uruguay in the early 19th century, as a buffer zone between the two regional giants, Argentina and Brazil. The result was a country stuck in the shado
Filed in: Uruguay
Anti-Muslim fervour is rife – yet is being ignored by the authorities, says Lewis Garland.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara congratulates the country’s Dalit community on finally winning legal protection against discrimination.
‘The Wicked Witch is dead’ but although he’s celebrating, Alan Hughes urges us to fight on against everything she stood for.
Argument: Is it time to ditch the pursuit of economic growth?
As Mother’s Day approaches in India, Mari Marcel Thekaekara reflects on how motherhood has changed along with the online communication boom.
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