“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM IN GUATEMALA CONDEMNS THREATS AGAINST NORMA CRUZ, DIRECTOR OF ‘SURVIVORS FOUNDATION'
The rising number of women being murdered in Central America is highlighted in a recently released grim report, thank
Some 708 women were killed in Guatemala in 2009, based on Interior Ministry figures released on Saturday.
Latin-American countries are important contributors within the peace operations scenario.
This country was selected due to the growing violence against women, with the aim to give this issue more attention a
Gender-based violence and sexual abuse are serious public security problems in Central America, and Nicaragua is no e
As leaders in civil society, particularly during and following violent conflict, women are critical players in peace
"Femicide," or gender-based murder, has reached epidemic proportions in Guatemala.
A white sheet covers another victim of Guatemala City's violence in District 16.
Throughout history, gender−based violence has been an integral component of armed conflict.
Since the end of the Cold War, civil wars (intrastate conflicts) have come to dominate the international landscape.
Many Mayan-women in Guatemala claim that they are insecure in multiple ways: as women, as members of an ethnic group,
This report was commissioned by the Netherlands Special Programme on WID, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (DGIS) of the N
Participatory Evaluation Reports of Aid Flows from a Gender Perspective in Cambodia, Gu
Despite their 20 percent share of the population, Mayan women in Guatemala have limited political and economic power.
PBS NewsHour marks International Women's Health Day (March 8) with a two-part series from Guatemala focusing on two m
Sandra Morán reminds us all why international grassroots solidarity is so important.
In Guatemala, a human rights emergency is raging, and no one is paying attention.
On June 20th, Guatemala asked the Inter-American Court of Human Rights to declare itself incompetent in ruling on a s
Jorge Velazquez struggled to watch the news this week.
MURDER is an everyday tragedy in Guatemala, one of the world's most violent countries.
For as long as she could remember, Claudia Paz y Paz was certain she would become a lawyer.
WILPF article detailing indigenous women's struggles against corporate abuse in Guatemala.