Recent research carried out by UCAB Guayana’s Center for Human Rights sheds light on the patterns of forced, sexual, and labor exploitation of girls, teenagers and women in the mines. Two of the researchers explain the magnitude of these findings
Some companies based in the Caribbean or other regions took advantage of delayed legislation to enter a desperate market
The collapse of public healthcare and medical supplies production are two of the main elements which lead in how costs pile up in the private health sector
Oscar José Blanco Romero wasn’t dragged away by the river or the sea. His case is one of the four emblematic forced disappearances of the Vargas tragedy, the first disappearances of the chavista government
December 18th is International Immigrants’ Day. Lucas Gómez García, Colombian border manager, tells us how the neighboring country is preparing for the growing number of Venezuelans, even with the border officially closed
Venezuela should have been filled with photovoltaic panels a long time ago. But the electrical emergency is opening up a small path for this energy source, and the state hasn’t taken advantage of this technology yet
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