News & Analysis

December 23, 2022

Elizabeth O’Donnell Gandolfo and Laurel Marshal Potter’s new book provides a moving portrait of the liberatory praxis of El Salvador’s popular church, but its engagement with decolonial theory falls short.

December 22, 2022

Close to 200,000 Nicaraguans have sought refugee status in Costa Rica since 2018, testing the nation’s capacity to receive them.

December 21, 2022

Two Constitutional Convention representatives reflect on the process of drafting the world’s most progressive constitution.

December 21, 2022

Dos convencionales constituyentes hablan del proceso de redactar la constitución más progresista del mundo.

December 20, 2022

A preliminary injunction represents one of the most significant achievements for the rights of unaccompanied children in immigration detention in the last 25 years.

December 19, 2022

With mass protests rocking the country and the legitimacy of state powers in ruins, space for dialogue is closing.

December 19, 2022

Con fuerte movilización ciudadana en todo el país y los poderes del estado ya deslegitimados, las ventanas de diálogo se van cerrando.

December 19, 2022

Waves of evictions and the criminalization of Q’eqchi’ Maya communities propel rural poverty and forced migration.

December 16, 2022

Mike Amezcua’s book examines how Mexicans skillfully crafted communities and endured in Chicago amid segregation, displacement, immigration policy, and gentrification in the 20th century.

December 14, 2022

A history of broken promises and a lack of representation in the process dampen expectations of real change for residents in conflict zones.

December 13, 2022

The internationally-renowned intellectual was arrested in late November, joining an ever-growing list of political prisoners detained by the Ortega regime.

December 12, 2022

In post-revolt Chile, experiences in the Constitutional Convention provide a foundation for reinvigorating the process of change, with social movements at the helm.