Almost one year after the start of the pandemic, Venezuela reports remarkably lower figures than its neighbours, but that’s due to the government’s unwillingness to scale up diagnosis
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
In Once Upon a Time in Venezuela, Venezuelan filmmaker Anabel Rodríguez Ríos shows the lives of the people affected by the gradual disappearance of Congo Mirador, a water town in Zulia state
New tactics and coordinated actions are the battle cry of a renewed offensive against free media in Venezuela
The Temporary Protection Status, promised in the election campaign by Joe Biden, could be very good news for many Venezuelans living in the U.S. without visas, green cards or American citizenship. What should we expect?
CineMestizo, developed by two Venezuelans living abroad, hopes to offer the most complete catalog of home-grown cinema, rescuing the country's film archive from oblivion
On January 8th, a conflict among gangs in southwestern Caracas ended with a heavy police intervention and 23 dead. This is how the confluence of violent actors is felt in the community
Residents of this Sucre state town embody the drama migrants in the Eastern border have to face, and they tell us how they're taking the tragedy from last December—and why they continue to travel, whatever it takes, to Trinidad
Some digital tools are being used politically and socially to help citizens thrive under an ongoing crisis that has turned the country into an unlikely spot for innovation
This year, like 2019, leaves a different country behind, with a more solid dictatorship, the expanding impact of sanctions and the pandemic. A different reality demands a different conversation
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