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Defending Territory Is Not a Crime
No Government Response to the Plight of Domestic Workers
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Dispossession of ancestral lands: The case of the Maya Q’eqchi ‘Cataljí community
by Shirlie Rodriguez Photos: Plaza Pública Unregulated work schedules, uncertain salaries and unsafe conditions make up the everyday environment for..
By María Longo Finding a job in Guatemala is no easy task, but finding a decent job is even more..
By ENTREMUNDOS Visiting the COATITLAN cooperative is an opportunity to learn about coffee, enjoy a cup of this artisan-prepared beverage..
By ENTRE MUNDOS team In San Lucas Tolimán, on the shore of Lake Atitlan, is the Mesoamerican Institute of Permaculture..
Santos Claret Ajpop and Angélica López Vicente are seated at a table the the Kuchub’al Network. Both are protagonists of..
Diana Pastor Manuel, 14, from Santa Maria Chiquimula used to work every day shining shoes in a park in Quetzaltenango. ..
There are different reasons that municipalities are labeled as centers of corruption. For example, we hear through the media of..
By Edie Cux. On the morning of June 22, 2022, the newspaper Prensa Libre published on its website that Guatemala’s..
Lourdes Aguilar Community-based tourism is a local development strategy in which communities, through their organization, play a central role in..