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A fire in a police station located in the district of Esteban Echeverría in the Buenos Aires Province has so far resulted in the death of eight people who were being detained there. Four others are injured, one in critical …

For the first time in Buenos Aires, feminist art activists Guerrilla Girls have taken the stage with a powerful exhibition covering the topics of gender, human rights, and discrimination, as well as a series of debates and performances by external …

On July 19, 2006, Jorge González Nieva arrived at his home in located in the district of Merlo, Buenos Aires Province, after a day at work to find a group of police officers waiting for him. According to his account, …

Argentina has just been elected as a member of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations from 2019 to 2021. It will be one of 47 states with voting-power regarding the surveillance of human rights around the globe.

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The National Prison Administration of Argentina or (NPA or Procuración Penitenciaria de la Nación) released on Tuesday a statistics report concerning the second quarter of 2018 and finally recognized that Argentina’s prisons have a systemic overpopulation problem.

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Yes, the World Wide Web is dark and full of terrors. Fake news goes viral, embroiling political leaders and laypeople alike in perpetual conflict and influencing election results. Trolls are free to viciously attack you on Twitter any time they

In the past few years, the Argentine government has ramped up its fight against human trafficking, enacting a number of new policies aimed at eradicating the practice. On July 5th, the US government thus elevated Argentina in its 2018 Trafficking

A story of a determined woman who fought for years to fulfill her husband’s promise. On the April 1, 1982 at 5 AM, first lieutenant of the Air Force Luis Darío Castagnari left to go to war, but before departing …

The issue of human trafficking has come to the limelight in Argentina in the last couple of decades, especially in relation to young women and girls kidnapped or coerced into sex work. While there are no official numbers that relate

What was regarded as “common sense” in Argentina about gender roles and stereotypes has, in the last ten years or so, become more and more nonsensical in the public eye. The types of images and language being used has kept …