Central America

Towards the definitive emancipation: The Caribbean peoples and CELAC

At the recent VII Summit of Heads of State of CELAC held in Buenos Aires, Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, was elected to lead the Pro Tempore Presidency during 2023. This is the first time…

Celac Social was born with the leading role of organisations from the region

The first meeting of Celac Social was held under the slogan: “Latin American and Caribbean integration to stop the new Condor plan in the region”. This is a space that brings together social, political, trade union, indigenous and human rights…

The U.S. Blockade of Cuba Hurts Medical Patients in Both Countries

Scientists in Cuba believe that the breakthroughs they have made in the health care and technology sectors should be used to save and improve lives beyond the country’s borders. This is why the island nation has developed important scientific and…

Humanist attitudes in the peoples of Mexico and the world

In this paper we will understand by people, the “different forms of historical communities (tribe, nation, etc.) (Silo, 2002:587) that emerge for “traditionalist motivations” (Poirier, 1992:8). By David Sámano In January 1994, the “Humanist Cultural Days” were held in Mexico,…

March in El Salvador commemorates the 31st anniversary of the Chapultepec Peace Accords

31 years after the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords, hundreds of Salvadorans took to the streets to commemorate the date. Far from being a mere act of remembrance, those mobilised expressed their firm rejection of the Regime of Exception…

Deputy Mayor of Montes de Oca: “The only way is to decentralise the country”.

The Costa Rica we live in today is the most unequal in the last forty years and the scenario could not be more complicated. A state with very limited resources, an increase in organised crime and an “educational blackout” are…

Political balance and prospects 2023 in Latin America and the Caribbean

In the past year, in electoral terms, the highlights have been the triumphs of the progressive forces in Colombia and Brazil, bringing Gustavo Petro to the presidency and, for the third time, Lula da Silva, after the fierce judicial persecution…

Counter-coup: The anti-democratic subversion of the right-wing in Latin America resumes

While millions of eyes – including this reporter’s – devour the colourful incidents of the circus staged by the Qatari dynastic monarchy in collusion with FIFA, other events, perhaps much more relevant to the lives of the people, continue to…

Cuba Goes on a Diplomatic Tour in an Increasingly Multipolar World

On November 27 morning, Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, walked into a voting station in the Playa neighborhood to vote in Cuba’s municipal elections. He had landed in Havana an hour earlier from an intense tour of Algeria, Russia, Turkey, and China. By Manolo De…

Tegucigalpa Declaration

The XII Regional Assembly of the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE), began in October, with the realization of four virtual events and culminated with the presential meeting in Tegucigalpa, on November 7 to 11, 2022, hosted…

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