“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
"The press will change when they cease to report exclusively from a masculine point of view," Peru's deputy
Latin America and the Caribbean is a dangerous place for women.
For tourists and other visitors, Cuzco has a special fascination as the ancient capital of the Inca empire.
The official version of Chilean history renders women's political participation "invisible" and relegates t
A police helicopter rattles through the skies over Rio, black-clad snipers poised at either side.
The Brazilian government is congratulating itself on the first-stage approval of a draft electoral law that increases
It's another day marked by gunfire in the Morro da Providencia "favela", one of the most dangerous slums in
Paraguay's justice system is seeking to address a major pending issue: eliminating the hurdles and inequalities in ca
Since the Law on the Right of Women to a Life Free of Violence was passed in 2007, the number of denunciations of vio
Women are starting to find their place in the Colombian army.
Following a referendum on January 26, 2009, Bolivia has a new constitution, with initial results suggesting that almo