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Entries with Keyword inequality

The history of gender politics in Argentina is a tale of ongoing tensions. Even as the country begins to face up to the nefarious legacy of toxic masculinity and machismo culture, Argentina remains one of the countries with the highest …

When asked to picture Argentina, most tend to visualize Buenos Aires: city scenes of bright lights blurring together in a colorful mass around the Obelisco, Puerto Madero’s iconic Puente de la Mujer, bright colors of La Boca’s Caminito,

Just over 31 percent of Argentines remain under the poverty line and 5.9 percent are destitute, according to results published by the Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA) using a new methodology that incorporates the results of the 2010 census. In other …

The gap between rich and poor is on the rise, according to a new report by the CEPA think tank. A big caveat though is that the numbers from the report are from the official INDEC statistics agency, meaning

The figures are staggering: the poorest 39 percent of the population in Argentina’s capital received just 14 percent of the city’s total revenue from April to June of this year, while the top 23 percent pocketed 51 percent.

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A couple of weeks ago, as I looked down at a gash on my foot and realized it was beginning to take on the characteristics of gangrene. The Sudocrem hadn’t managed to conquer the distasteful, and slightly greenish-mauve intruder on …