Jaguar dance marks close of Euro-Caravana 43

Having toured 18 cities in 13 countries, the ‘Euro-Caravana 43’ human rights caravan ended its journey in London last Tuesday 19 May, marking the occasion with live music and...

Top genocide lawyer assassinated in Guatemala City

The chief lawyer of former dictator Efraín Ríos Montt was gunned down in broad daylight last Wednesday 3 June. Francisco Palomo Tejada, 63, was driving home on a lunch...

Ayotzinapa caravan forges European alliances

“We are here to say that the struggle around the 43 students is a live struggle, it is alive today, and it’s not something that’s staying in the past...

Interactive documentary exploring Guatemala and El Salvador’s armed conflicts through eyes of ten children

 is documentary filmmaker Patricia Goudvis’ follow-up to If the Mango Tree Could Speak, a film about ten children, aged between twelve and fifteen, who grew up during the civil wars in...

The last peyote guardians in London

Two indigenous Huichol shamans from western Mexico met a packed lecture theatre at the University of London’s School of Asian and Oriental Studies (SOAS) last Tuesday night, where the...

Nicaragua: the Abortion Ban, and the Government’s “Battle against Maternal

Amelia, a 27 year-old Nicaraguan woman, was diagnosed with cancer and like any other patient she should have been offered medical treatment. But, instead the young woman was denied...