Men, women, children and elderly people are entering the United States via Rio Grande, following migratory routes and methods that Mexicans and Central Americans had traditionally used
What the Constitution and the laws established for Indigenous peoples and their institutional presence during the Chávez years is different from what happened later
When we talk about the Venezuelan human rights crisis, we don’t often mention the situation of Indigenous peoples. No data, no differentiated policies and lots of unfulfilled promises perpetuate the inequalities they’ve always endured
With 96% of households in poverty, and 79% in extreme poverty, the Venezuelan disaster isn’t gender neutral: women carry the brunt of survival for them and their families
It’s getting common for Venezuelans to arrive in the U.S. to apply for political asylum, but are they all entitled to it? Here are some tools to understand the limitations of that process
What's the United Nations independent report saying on torture and denigrating treatment of female dissidents in Venezuela? Something not easy to read, but necessary to know
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