Merely ratifying an agreement is not enough for the recognition of the tasks developed by domestic workers. Every party involved, from the creation of the normative framework to law implementation and compliance verification, must actively participate.
This research conducted by DeJusticia in 2022, exposes how the measures implemented by the Colombian state have been insufficient or misguided in tackling deforestation in the Amazon—a problem largely caused by the practice of clearing forests for cattle farming.
An interdisciplinary group from the University of Exeter carried out different investigations in this territory, studying from each of its areas, the social and environmental variables that determined the resilience of the tropical rainforest.
This idea guided the presentation of the report “A call to Action to boost women’s leadership and parity democracy in the Americas”, promoted by Interamerican Task Force about Women leadership during the Summit of the Americas 2022.
In a small fictional village where the rain never stops, several stories interweave, based on the shared experiences of trainers, children, and youth from across the country who have found refuge and space for personal and social growth through sports...