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Latin America

Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

Global Voices

Ariel Ruiz Urquiola under house arrest in Havana. (Photo: Claudia Padrón)
Comment
30 Jul 18
How dissent singles citizens out for harassment and discrimination.
Cuban artist Dunieski Lora Pileta poses next to one of the statues by the sculptor Luise Kimme, who made Pileta the custodian of her museum. (Photo: IWPR)
25 Jun 18
How leaving the island allowed an artist to unleash his creativity.
A pro-revolution demonstration in Havana. (Photo: Yariel Valdes)
13 Jun 18
The revolution was supposed to bring equality for women but the reality is very different.
Although Raul Castro is stepping down as Cuba's leader, this is no victory for democracy. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Comment
17 Apr 18
Despite elections, real political change remains as far away as ever.
Hacks de Vida (Life Hacks) is a guide to better understanding online gender violence in Latin America and how to support those who face it.
27 Mar 18
Publication includes a dozen key tips for digital security trainers.
Panel at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum held in Mexico City, November 2017. (Photo: IWPR)
Video
25 Jan 18
Conference hears how writers who reject the state-controlled press face harsh consequences.
Audience at the Latin American Digital Media and Journalism Forum in Mexico City. (Photo: IWPR)
24 Jan 18
Event hears how regional outlets fail to properly cover vital issues.
Colin Robinson during the interview with IWPR. (Photo: IWPR)
Video
19 Sep 17
The country is one of seven Caribbean countries that criminalises same sex relationships.
A street in Havana, Cuba’s capital city. (Photo: Carl Court/Getty Images)
Comment
18 Aug 17
Many citizens appear paralyzed in the face of so many confusing choices.
Twenty-two year old Marisol, who is Venezuelan, has submitted an application to obtain the status of political refugee in Trinidad and Tobago. (Photo: IWPR)
12 Aug 17
Migrants who leave their troubled country face more problems on the Caribbean island.

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