A survey reveals Venezuelans NGOs grapple with organizational and financial challenges to sustain its operations, deepen its professionalization and gap geographic inequalities. But with the necessary backing and coordination, the social industry can strengthen itself and widen its impact
Mass migration led some of us to appropriate a surname with negative connotations created in Colombia decades ago, just like our ancestors seemed to assume the moniker that named our country.
The macroeconomic indicators of the boom that Asdrúbal Oliveros reports in this state might not be trickling down and could be confined to certain areas
The Southern small and peaceful country is trying to become an immigration haven again, but granting only a rare -and constraining- figure of citizenship that dates from 1830
On November 1823, the last Spanish force remaining in the former colony surrendered after resisting for more than two years at the Puerto Cabello castle. But this date is not celebrated officially. Why?
The largest solo exhibition of the late Venezuelan-American visual artist just opened in Montreal before going to three other museums in the US. With more than 250 pieces, it reframes for today’s sensibilities the vision of a woman ahead of her times
Despite the health crisis that Venezuela has gone through, the onchocerciasis elimination program in Venezuela has continued to work reasonably well. One of its leading scientists explains why
My first vacations out of Maracaibo in many, many years made me discover the beautiful and bizarre country I live in
More and more legendary and contemporary compositions are being played in symphonies abroad, as world-class Venezuelan composers, conductors and musicians gain influence in the global classical circuit
In Maracaibo, we now have well-organized marathons that even help fast track public works to prepare the streets. But our problems are still there, spoiling the illusion
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