Political violence is systematic and constant, and is used to inhibit, slow down or restrict the political participation of women,..
Terror against journalists and freedom of expression
Evictions increase under the Giammattei administration
Defending Territory Is Not a Crime
Guatemala needs decent jobs
Sexual and reproductive rights: let’s discuss and make change
Colonialism, Genocide, and Palm Oil: A Q´eqchi´ indigenous village fights for their land in Chinebal, Guatemala
Women from San Pablo Cuatro Venados resist and defend their ancestral lands
Adolescence and Youth within the Context of Covid-19
Dispossession of ancestral lands: The case of the Maya Q’eqchi ‘Cataljí community
Call for Indigenous Writers of Mexico and Central America
Exiled Maya leader Lolita Chávez: Nightmares of the past, dreams of the future
Interview with mayor-elect Luis Grijalva
Thelma Suchí The International Day of Action for Women’s Health is celebrated every May 28th. This day of recognition was..
Guatemala is getting ready for one more election; in the 2023 elections the Supreme Electoral Court allowed the registration of..
This year’s general election is unique in Guatemalan history. Since the start of the democratic era, there has never been..
José Cancinos The persecution, criminalisation, penalisation and even imprisonment of journalists and media employees by the regime of Alejandro Giammattei..
By Emma Gómez Sibinal is a mountain destination, that offers spaces for bird watching and hiking through its forests and..
Emma Gómez In Guatemala, about 5 women disappear every day. The disappearance of women is strongly linked to some type..
By Gilberto Escobar Evictions of two types have been on the rise in Guatemala over the past two years: legal..
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By Emma Gómez and María Longo Protecting the earth’s natural resources, the community’s assets has sent many a Guatemalan leader..