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According to the prison system in Guatemala, 560 prisoners have died behind bars in the last 17 years.

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The number of women occupying top positions at Brazilian companies has been slowly advancing in recent years.

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In Bogotá, as in capital cities around the world, working parents must find ways to take care of their children during the day.

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Imagine walking into a class on the first day of school and the teacher not showing up.

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More than six months into 2017, many countries use the halfway mark to compare statistics to last year, including those relating to human rights.

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In light of the findings made by the Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH), the opportunity is ripe to reform the procedures of Guatemala’s justice system.

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The United Nations has established August 9 as the day of Indigenous awareness.

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El Salvador is one of the countries with the most crowded prisons in the world, and neither the state nor society wants to invest in rehabilitation for gang members.

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A festival that is held every year in Medellín called the Fair of Flowers has a parade of silleteros, local flower growers who create floral displays that explode in color.

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—Researched and written by Sarah Hewitt— “With the gradual loss of power of… the Catholic church and the military, social changes have accelerated and legislation has adapted to the reality in which we live, not one we imagine…”

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