A lot has been said about how the International Cooperation Law could hinder the work of NGOs, but in reality, it affects all civil society and universities
In a case that highlights the dangers of reporting gender violence in Venezuela, it becomes clear that women in the country are left without options to protect themselves
Maduro’s dictatorship started 2021 with an increased persecution of independent journalists and the criminalization of humanitarian aid workers and human rights activists. The reasons answer to its strategic reality, part of the script for all autocracies
A crowdfunding campaign has successfully achieved the goal of their pilot program: help 100 doctors and nurses with a $100 contribution during the pandemic. Now Valiu wants to reach all nurses fighting COVID-19 in Mérida, and they need our help.
While the Nicolás Maduro government is suggesting discriminatory measures against older people, civilians are building new networks and projects to protect them
Researcher Maritza Landaeta has seen how Venezuela reached this point of severe malnutrition and knows how to reverse it
The general coordinator of human rights NGO Provea describes the methods used by the regime to use the COVID-19 pandemic to its advantage
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