Tag: humanitarian crisis
The country has one of the most restrictive laws in the region while girls and women are particularly affected by scarcity, inflation and violence
In the state of Bolívar, illiteracy is skyrocketing as parents leave to work in the mines
In the incipient negotiations, there must be a seat for those who can really help improve living conditions for most Venezuelans
When we talk about the Venezuelan human rights crisis, we don’t often mention the situation of Indigenous peoples. No data, no differentiated policies and lots of unfulfilled promises perpetuate the inequalities they’ve always endured
The thing about first-world leftists who support chavismo is that they don’t realize they embody the imperialistic dynamics they criticize
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