Mayans, War, a Voice of Hope: What do you actually know about Guatemala?
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Mayans, War, a Voice of Hope: What do you actually know about Guatemala?

Article written by Guest Writer Elizabeth Monaghan This began as a quick ‘like and share’ post on Facebook. In an effort to ‘Raise Awareness’ in an open group of the same name, I began to write about Rosalina Tuyuc, a humanitarian activist from Guatemala. It soon became apparent to me when I reached 400…500…600 words that … Continue reading

Corruption In Argentina: The Santa Cruz Scandal
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Corruption In Argentina: The Santa Cruz Scandal

According to Transparency International, a global coalition against corruption, corruption is a major threat facing humanity. Corruption destroys lives and communities, and undermines countries and institutions. It generates popular anger that threatens to further destabilize societies and exacerbate violent conflicts. Every year Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their … Continue reading

March Against Monsanto Buenos Aires Oct-12: Review
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March Against Monsanto Buenos Aires Oct-12: Review

The second worldwide March Against Monsanto protest took place on October 12, 2013 to coincide with World Food Day. According to the group Occupy Monsanto over 400 marches were held worldwide. March Against Monsanto was founded by Tami Canal in response to the failure of California Proposition 37 on November 6, 2012, a ballot initiative … Continue reading