Opinion & Analysis
The global explosion of apps like Uber, Glovo, Deliveroo, and Rappi has generated new ways of exploiting Latin American labor, as “collaborators” struggle to be considered workers.
Extractivist governments are stoking destruction in the Amazon and beyond. International alliances and Indigenous technologies can help protect the biome and support its 30 million inhabitants.
The precarious status of adjunct faculty at the University of Puerto Rico is a microcasm for the broader issues faced by the archipelago.
En las plantillas de Excel de los tecnócratas, la condición de los docentes "sin plaza" se trata de un mero headcount de empleados adjuntos que hay que reducir. En los cuerpos de la facultad adjunta, vivimos las precarias condiciones, empeoradas por las que hoy enfrenta el país en pleno.
Read the editor's intro to our latest print issue, "We Are All Workers," which focuses on Labor in the Americas.
Cinema studies scholar Paula Halperin explores how three recent documentaries can help us understand—and grapple with—the current political moment in Brazil.
NACLA habló con la nueva colectiva Mujeres+Mujeres sobre el reclamo de que se cese la cobertura machista y de que los medios de comunicación hagan una cobertura más completa, más responsable, y no-discriminadora.
As Mexican activists protest injustice in cases of gendered violence, a new collective criticizes the media’s failures to adequately cover violence against women and urges newsrooms to adopt a gender perspective in reporting on feminist issues.
Argentina's recent primary elections demonstrated that, after Mauricio Macri's failed promises, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is poised for a comeback.
In his first months in office, Jair Bolsonaro has rejected Brazil's diplomatic trajectory in favor of religious ideological positions and extreme right global alliances.
Following the resignation of Gov. Rosselló, a series of people's assemblies have emerged throughout Puerto Rico to keep the conversation—and the popular movement—going.
Despite previous sanctions leading to over 40,000 deaths in Venezuela over two years, the U.S. is escalating its economic offensive.