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The fight for Latin America’s ‘invisible’ indigenous women

We need to do more to empower the indigenous women of Latin America, if we’re serious about leaving no one behind, Sophie Richmond writes.

Filed in: Latin America Women

What political dynamics lead to domestic violence legislation being implemented?

Women’s movements must continue their struggle to improve enforcement, writes Dr Eleni Sifaki.

Filed in: Women

Erasing women in Mexico

Women are jailed for miscarriages, yet male spouses who’ve murdered walk free. Tamara Pearson reports.

Filed in: Mexico Women

Why can’t disabled people dance…?

Sho Shibata reveals the systemic disadvantages in the dance industry that make it difficult for disabled people to become professional dancers.

Filed in: Culture Disability

An ‘Informational Right to the City’?

What rights do citizens have, not just to public and private spaces, but to their digital equivalents? Mark Graham and Joe Shaw ask.

Filed in: Cities Technology

Homeless in a city of empty properties

News of squatters in a Russian oligarch’s London house gives Mari Marcel Thekaekara pause for thought.

Filed in: Cities England Housing Society

Journey's End

Chris Brazier returns to the village in Burkina Faso that he has visited every 10 years since helping to make a film there in 1985.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

Map of Sabtenga - and 30 years of change in Burkina Faso

How the village has grown - and some facts about how things have changed.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

Great Expectations

Mariama’s sons are all trying to make their way in the wider world. But how do you explain to Africans that the rich world is now shutting its doors to migrants?

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

The Perils of Charity

When rich and poor worlds collide, money is inevitably a problem.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Poverty Society

Autumn of the Patriarch

The latest instalment in the lives of Adama, his four co-wives and their 26 children.

Filed in: Burkina Faso Society

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