Being expelled from your own country is a caustic experience that's making some of us, Venezuelan exiles, noxious to the cause we defend—whether we know it, or not
The story of the student killed by the National Guard in 2017, and his family, may be one among hundreds, but it illustrates the magnitude of the damage caused by the dictatorship’s brutality, and how direly reparations are needed
A French journalist who has covered several war zones around the world (and is on her way to report on the upcoming American elections) tells us how her time in Venezuela introduced her to a country that’s key for the continent
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.
New challenges have been added to dollarization and bureaucratic chaos for those who are trying to say goodbye to their loved ones, from fuel shortages to safety measures against the pandemic
The author of this piece is the editor of a media outlet in Caracas, where services aren’t so precarious. This is her story about how long (and how much effort) it takes to do what would be regular tasks for a journalist of a normal country
What's the United Nations independent report saying on torture and denigrating treatment of female dissidents in Venezuela? Something not easy to read, but necessary to know
If you have no choice but to return to Venezuela by land, be ready to share bathrooms and bedrooms with strangers, endure many mysterious tests, and learn to survive like you’re in prison
Thousands of Venezuelans are stuck outside of their home country. Unlike the dire situation of migrants coming back home, Venezuelan travelers are invisible to the support of governments, and have had to organize to re-enter the country
While the Nicolás Maduro government is suggesting discriminatory measures against older people, civilians are building new networks and projects to protect them
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