STRENGTHENING LEADERSHIP AND EMPOWERING YOUTH | The Work of the Mojomayas in Alta Verapaz and Quiche Departments
Dispossession of ancestral lands: The case of the Maya Q’eqchi ‘Cataljí community
Climate Change Our Agriculture Dynamics and Protecting the Forests
Patriarchal Violence in Guatemala
Exiled Maya leader Lolita Chávez: Nightmares of the past, dreams of the future
By Felipe Sarti Castañeda Article 27 1. State Parties recognise the right of every child to a standard of living..
By Fabio Cresto Aleina and Francisco Castañeda The Mayan Biosphere Reserve in Peten includes one of the largest tropical forests..
On This International Women’s Day . . . . All We Want Is To Be Allowed To Live Without Being Assaulted
For: EntreMundos During 2001 and 2005 two criminal acts took the life of Maria Isabel, 15 years old, and Claudina..
By Leidy Yareth González Romero Speaking an indigenous language continues to be an obstacle when it comes to studying, working..
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND COVID-19: Fighting the economic effects of the pandemic in San Juan la Laguna, Gutaemala
Erwin Colli Chayax Guatemala is made up of 22 departments and 340 municipalities. 4 ethnicities (or peoples) inhabit the country,..