August 8, 2023

La socióloga y activista ambiental Alegna Malavé Marrero habla sobre la lucha contra la privatización y corrupción que amenaza los recursos naturales y la identidad cultural de su país.

August 4, 2023

With two weeks to go before Ecuador's presidential elections, what obstacles does Correísmo face in defeating its right-wing opponents? Will Luisa González become Ecuador's first elected woman president?

August 4, 2023

Faltando dos semanas para las elecciones presidenciales en Ecuador, ¿cuáles son los obstáculos que padece el correísmo? ¿Conseguirá la correísta Luisa González la victoria para convertirse en la primera presidenta electa?

August 2, 2023

International mining companies arrive in Jequitinhonha Valley, promising development and provoking concerns about local compensation and water scarcity.

July 25, 2023

"It doesn't matter how much silicone you have in your breasts. God loves you too." In deeply religious Brazil, evangelical churches are booming. But in the shadow of this conservative revolution, freedom is also thriving at Brazil's first church for trans people.

July 24, 2023

As expropriations for the controversial megaproject accelerate, impacted communities assess the security and geopolitical implications.

July 19, 2023

Coca, marijuana, and poppy growers in the Cauca Department demand to participate in the elaboration of progressive new drug policy.

July 19, 2023

Lxs cultivadores de coca, marihuana y amapola del Departamento del Cauca exigen participar en la definición de una nueva política progresiva de drogas.

July 14, 2023

Joel Correia’s ethnography provides vibrant testimony of the struggles of the Sanapaná and Enxet peoples as they navigate complex dynamics of dispossession and neglect.

July 11, 2023

Sociologist and environmental activist Alegna Malavé Marrero talks about the battle against privatization and corruption threatening natural resources and the nation’s cultural identity.