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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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–Researched and written by Amy Brown— A teacher strike that lasted over 37 days has ended all over Colombia. While teachers and eight million students have since returned to school for the remainder of the year, there has been an ongoing debate on how far to push the academic calendar to make up the lost

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—Researched and written by Mario Rullo— From its origins as a colony of perhaps the world’s most catholic nation to its decade of dictatorship headed by the far right Pinochet, Chile has been guided by a highly traditional set of values. While the nation’s current head of state, Michelle Bachelet, is a woman, her election

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—Researched and written by Elizabeth Wentross— In December of 1997, three trucks were set on fire by a group of unknown suspects in the La Araucanía region of central Chile. This incident is recognized as the beginning of the latest chapter of the Mapuche conflict.

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–Researched and written by Blossom Kelley—  Various nations are reacting to cases of sexual violence, which do not seem to be decreasing, and Latin American countries are paying attention, too.

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There has recently been a renewed sense of hope for Peruvian citizens living in dire conditions.

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