The new UN High Commissioner for Human RIghts came to Venezuela amid a new wave of detentions and threats to NGOs. He met the regime’s heads, NGOs and victims, and said he will continue the investigations. But he also left several unsolved questions
Venezuelan manufacturers create new products appreciated in international markets and win awards abroad, but within our borders, they struggle to compete with dangerous alcohol made underground or beverages introduced through contraband
These new reports by the UN Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Venezuela highlight how high-ranking Venezuelan officials are connected to repression by government security forces against political dissidents
Venezuela holds hundreds of political prisoners. For each of them, an entire family is suffering. Lilia Camejo and Joel García, two human rights lawyers, tell us about the hidden reality of state persecution
This grieving group of women organized to force the Venezuelan State to answer for the extrajudicial executions of their sons, husbands, and brothers—and, hopefully, put a stop to this horrific practice
While mining profoundly damages the environment and culture of the Caura basin, a Yekuana craftswoman organized the women in her community to produce and sell their weaving in Venezuela and abroad. Meet the unstoppable Dawa
We’ve been able to hang on for 19 years in one of the craziest media landscapes in the world. Now, the difficulty level was raised abruptly with the global pandemic. We’ve seen different media outlets in Venezuela (and abroad) cutting personnel to avoid closing shop. This is something we’re looking to avoid at all costs, and it seems we will. But your collaboration goes a long way in helping us weather the storm.