Interview with Central America Womens Network: here.
Latin American women activists have called on Britain to join international efforts in pressing Mexico and central American countries to address the “pandemic” rape and murder of women in the region: here.
Puerto Rican Women Face Rising Tide of Violence: here.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dec 2 (IPS) – Dominican organisations focused on the rights of women are bringing in assistance from all over Latin America to aid them in their fight against Article 30 in the recently approved constitution which states that the right to life is inviolable from conception until death: here.
As part of its war on drugs the Mexican military has executed prisoners, tortured civilians and captured suspects illegally, Amnesty International has said, here.
In France, a woman dies from her husband’s or partner’s blows every 55 hours. This statistic goes a long way to shed some light on the incredible leniency where violence against women is concerned: here.
Judicial authorities have ordered the capture of former Guatemalan president Alfonso Portillo at the weekend: here.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Humberto Montes de Oca, interior secretary of the Mexican Electricians’ Union (Sindicato Mexicano de Electristras – SME), was on his way to Washington, he told a meeting here recently. His mission: to lodge a complaint with NAFTA authorities against the Mexican government for labor violations: here.
Lately there have been several different works that call attention to violence against women in our contemporary world. I will mention them in order of my encounter with them: here.