It is not the Amazon that is suffering the world’s most rapid rate of deforestation, but the second largest forest in South America: Gran Chaco
Soy is the main export and source of foreign currency in Argentina. But it is also a source of controversy in the areas where it is spreading, such as in Cordoba, where citizen mobilisation has put an end to Monsanto’s plans to open a plant in the province.
Nearly 80 per cent of all murders of transgender people occur in Latin America
Confrontations between unions and management at Latin American subsidiaries of Spanish private security firm
Pablo Ruiz: Latin American dictatorships, assisted by the still operative School of the Americas, persecuted and killed thousands of workers
- Working in Latin America’s Shadow Economy
- US: 50 years after the Civil Rights Act, workplace discrimination persists
- Movie on Cesar Chavez to push for National Day of Service in his honour
- Putting fairness into global food policy
- Could a Supreme Court ruling condemn Illinois home carers to poverty?
- Bachelet at the crossroads: workers or employers?
- Missed target: IMF policy paper on fiscal policy and inequality
- The journey to female empowerment begins in the workplace
- Minimum rage: momentum builds in US to address low pay
- Venezuela: Democratic and Bolivarian