Latin American identity rejected: Mirage or reality

Latin America will only be recognized in the world as long as it is faithful to its own identity. Latin America has to create its own reality before asking for recognition.

Uwa community reached the city

The indigenous community also has something to say about the Peace-Deal process in Colombia.

Women empowerment in Paraguay

The path for girls has not been easy in Paraguay, but lately the government and they themselves have recognized a change needs to be made.

Tradition VS. Coca-Cola

In the country with more deaths from diabetes in Latin America, the indigenous and rural population is the most vulnerable to the invasion of soda drinks.

Uruguay’s potential climbing higher

Uruguay is positioned in fourth place at the regional level and 39 worldwide in the ranking of Systemic Conditions for Dynamic Business Ventures. What happens socially to let this keep growing? 

How are Brazilian families dealing with forced displacement?

Few families are able to overcome forced displacement caused by hydropower plant developments. 

The 16 Latin American Nobel prizes

With the news of the Colombian president getting the Peace Nobel prize let’s take a look at the 16 Nobel prizes that have been given to Latin America.

Colombia is not the only one

Even with the confusing situation Colombia is going through with the peace deal process, other Latin American leaders succeeded to the podium of the General Assembly of the UN, promoting a region where wars disappear and tensions focus on finding a political and economic model

Lima keeps ranking

For the fifth consecutive year, the Peruvian capital leads the ranking of tourism in the Latin American region. Let’s discover why! 

Emojis used to spread and recognize culture

Digital activists committed with the indigenous community culture are creating emojis and struggling to reach the biggest digital platforms with them.

Venezuela with the highest rates of teenage pregnancy

Why is this happening? Something about the social, political and economic crisis in Venezuela?

Chilean women rule the administrative positions in Latin America

Norway has the world's highest proportion of women on the boards of their companies and the first Latin American country, Chile, holds the 28th place.

Pepe Mujica's video column

Starting on September 2016 the Uruguayan former president Pepe Mujica has his own video column on DW, so far he has uploaded 3 entries. 

Colombians outside Colombia also spoke!

By voting by the countersignature of peace in the plebiscite that closed at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Colombians all over the world made their voices be heard.

Jalisco does not forget its roots

Public workers are being taught the indigenous languages in aims of giving these communities access to all their rights.

The Paralympics participants received in Colombia

They are heroes and their welcome back could not have been different.

Arahuacos and the peace deal

The indigenous community celebrated the end of the peace deal process. What is their position?

What is it like to be an indigenous woman in Latin America?

Unfortunately life seems to be taught for indigenous women in Latin America. What is happening? 

Students made an SOS call

Paraguay students marched to ask for help. The educational system is going down because of lack of budget.

Incas: Long journeys and food

The Incas and the NASA members have more in common than what you might thing.

What’s behind the Wayuu children death rates?

Malnutrition has been a common topic when talking about the Guajira region in Colombia, but who is to blame in this outrageous common event? The government, the culture or the land.

San Pedro Claver, a figure of peace in Colombia

In times of doubt and hesitation during the Peace Deal process San Pedro Claver becomes a model for the future peace landscape.

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