New Internationalist

Latin America

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Brazil human rights defender found drowned in dam

The bodies of murdered women should not have to be the catalyst for responsible development, writes Erin Kilbride.

Filed in: Brazil Human Rights

In Venezuela's difficult times the grassroots are stronger

The time has come for rural communities to play an important role in the country, reports Tamara Pearson.

Filed in: Agriculture Venezuela

Why Brazil’s art scene is fighting the impeachment

The country’s artists are in motion, reports Kimberley Brown.

Filed in: Art Brazil

Colombia's farewell to arms

Leonardo Goi welcomes the end to a 52-year conflict between FARC rebels and the state.

Filed in: Colombia Peace

What is digital humanitarianism and what did it do for Ecuador?

Kimberley Brown looks at how technology could help the South American country’s earthquake victims.

Filed in: Ecuador

Knocking Trump’s ego down to size

Mexicans have found the perfect way to show Donald what they think of him.

Filed in: Mexico Politics United States

Country profile: Ecuador

Greg Wilpert reports on a country diverse in geography, politics and people.

Filed in: Ecuador Politics Society

Against their will

Roxana Olivera meets indigenous women in Peru who are still waiting for justice, two decades after being forcibly sterilized.

Filed in: Health Indigenous Peoples Peru Women

Anti-impeachment protests highlight Temer’s failures in Brazil

Thousands of protesters rallied Sunday against the interim president’s assault on diversity, Kimberley Brown reports.

Filed in: Brazil

What is Antofagasta hiding from its investors?

Do the mining company’s shareholders know about the risks to their investments? Steffen Böhm and Rajiv Maher ask.

Filed in: Chile Mining

Peru’s independent media under attack

A blow for press freedom occurs just as the country prepares for a new ultra-right government, writes Stephanie Boyd.

Filed in: Latin America Peru

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