Poverty in El Salvador.

Poverty in El Salvador, an Issue that Leads to Crime and Migration

| Apr 4th, 2023

Poverty in El Salvador is an issue that numerous Salvadoran families and individuals fight continuously; many have battled with poverty issues for a really long time. These poverty problems might worsen in 2023 due to the Russia/Ukraine conflict, the global supply chain crisis, and the slowdown of world trade. El … Read more

Latin American presidents’ feuds threaten regional unity

Twitter wars: Latin American presidents’ feuds threaten regional unity

| Apr 4th, 2023

In the sixties, singers, and songwriters would appeal to the dream of Latin American brotherhood in their lyrics. Countries that share a common past and language could have a common, prosperous future and would no longer be pawns in the world powers’ games. But in the 21st century, this idealized Latin American unity barely appears … Read more

Is El Salvador Safe to visit

Is El Salvador Safe to Visit in 2023? Safety in El Salvador

| Apr 2nd, 2023

Yes, despite all the historical crime and violence, which don’t affect tourists, El Salvador is safe to visit in 2023. El Salvador used to have a high crime rate, but that is not the case anymore. El Salvador is not dangerous for travelers as violence has declined to its lowest … Read more

Cuerpos con agua en El Salvador

Español: Cuerpos con agua en El Salvador de Bukele

| Mar 31st, 2023

Durante los últimos dos años se han programado inversiones millonarias para fortalecer la capacidad del sistema sanitario para atender a pacientes renales en El Salvador. Pero, en 2021 solo se ejecutó un 5.8 % de los fondos y, entre enero y agosto de 2022, la ejecución solo llegó a un 16.4 % del monto. En contrapeso … Read more

International Women’s Day in Mexico City

International Women’s Day in Mexico City: A demonstration shrouded in sorrow

| Mar 28th, 2023

March 8 is undoubtedly one of the key dates for feminist movements throughout the world. The significance of this date stems partly from a deeply tragic event, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York in 1911, which claimed the lives of 146 workers. Most of these were immigrant women who had campaigned for improved working conditions that would enable them to combine their jobs with … Read more