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Entries with Keyword human rights

Milagro Sala’s arrestamnistia in the province of Jujuy puts again on the public agenda the issue of the need to understand and think of responses to social protests. The case is quite interesting. Milagro Sala is a social leader and …

On Sunday, Hugo Omar Cañón, a legendary human rights lawyer and prosecutor, died in a highway car crash near Olivarría, Argentina. Three other people died in the head-on collision on route 51, including Cañón’s seven-year-old grandson. Cañón, who was born …

One month ago, The Bubble got in touch with an Argentine man, Juan Matías Gil, who has spent the last several months coordinating a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) rescue boat mission that aims to save the lives of those making …

What’s Argentina’s Current Situation Regarding Human Rights?

It would take an extremely cynical person to say that Argentina’s situation regarding human rights since the fall of the last dictatorship hasn’t improved, and most drastically in the last decade or so …

The top presidential candidates have yet to back a human rights pledge with Amnesty International because they supposedly haven’t found the time to sign the document. Or so they say.

According to The Buenos Aires Herald, Victory Front’s (FpV) …

It’s easy to let your guard down in a country that produced the first Pope that acknowledged the dangers of global warming and a congress that voted in favor marriage equality before it was cool. Say what you want about …

Local journalists, activists, and artists will be marching alongside community members to raise awareness for the high rates of femicide in Argentina June 3rd. Beginning at Congreso, “Ni una menos” or “Not one more” signifies the urgency to address …

In a recent report by the research organization Trans Respect Versus Transphobia (Tvt), more than 1,300 trans murders have occurred in Central and South America since 2008. Brazil and Mexico top the list of the deadliest countries for trans people …

Buenos Aires made history last week by being the first provincial government in Latin America to grant triple custody to a lesbian couple and a biological father in Mar del Plata.

The province authorized the disposition of the provincial registry …

This Tuesday, April 21st 2015, marks the first “Marcha de Mujeres Originarias” in Buenos Aires.

The march advocating for the rights and recognition of indigenous people in Argentina will begin at one p.m at the intersection of Perú …