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Men bought 59 percent more foreign exchange than women did in Argentina last year, according to figures released by the Central Bank, which noted that the difference was not only explained by the greater number of men who participated in …

Women20 (W20) held a conference in Buenos Aires this Monday and Tuesday, titled “The Effects of Digitalization on Women of the G20,” which focused on gender equality in today’s technological age. From their studies, Argentina ranks 5th out of …

Each year, the US State Department compiles data from local governments, civil societies, and NGO agencies to create the annual Human Right’s Report, specific to over 200 countries. The 2016 publication finds Argentina struggling with recurrent themes, mainly “official corruption, …

Amid the ongoing debate over the nominations of Carlos Rosenkrantz and Horacio Rosatti to the Supreme Court — selections that are already considered highly controversial due to the way in which President Mauricio Macri attempted to forcefully push them through

 

Yesterday marked yet another major victory for those fighting for human rights and LGBTQ equality in Argentina. Never one to rest on its laurels, the country that garnered fame and acclaim for its regional leadership in promoting civil and …

All Easter weekend, Kinder ran its Kinder Surprise Pascuas edition commercial and given that I spent the majority of Easter weekend holed up on the couch, I saw this commercial repeatedly.

It bothered me every time it came on TV.…

All Easter weekend, Kinder ran its Kinder Surprise Pascuas edition commercial and given that I spent the majority of Easter weekend holed up on the couch, I saw this commercial repeatedly.

It bothered me every time it came on TV.…

As part of April’s International Anti-Street Harassment Week, women in Córdoba and Buenos Aires launched a campaign to fight street harassment. The activists of Acción Respeto covered the streets of those two major cities with fliers that read, …