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President Piñera delivers final State of the Union address; General Pinochet’s widow hospitalized; Chileans living abroad demand absentee vote
Supreme Court orders Banco Estado to pay customers US$12m; Students march for education reform; Félix de Vicente named Economics Minister
Striking teachers set fire to political offices in Guerrero; indigenous Mexicans say no to genetically-modified corn at a conference in Oaxaca; US politicians expresses ‘deep concern’ over human rights violations in Mexico.
Public hearing accuses government of not doing enough to advance ethno-racial education law; São Paulo to change streets named after military leaders; Lula to serve as a columnist for the New York Times Afro-Brazilian history & culture still ignored in schools In 2003, a law was approved by [...]
150,000 join first organized education protest of 2013; Bachelet receives official party nomination; World Health Organization places Chile in top 10 most obese nations
Appeal to UNESCO to save Puebla’s historic centre; linguistic tourism promoted as a lucrative industry; Jorge Volpi shows no approach to Cervantes Festival.
Brazilian public schools continue to teach religion classes; indigenous group is transferred to new locality amidst protest; and legitimacy of ‘traditional’ hazing put to question. The secular State and religious education The recent election of Pastor Feliciano to the Presidency [...]
The head of the powerful teachers’ union arrested on charges of fraud and embezzlement; claims that resulting media ‘circus’ used to hide proposed hike in energy prices; Amnesty International calls for migrants in transit to be included in official statistics.
Start of classes obstructed by maintenance works and teachers’ strike; plans to establish industrial plant on historical beach cause controversy.
Study shows that over 12 million Brazilians pay income tax; Avá-Canoeiro tribe struggles to survive; country experiences increase of 20% in demand for language courses Report shows that over 50% of those who declared income, pay income tax A new [...]
Mexico and United States address discrimination of deported school children; Inter-American Commission of Human Rights call for reform in Argentina; Argentine human rights organisation wins Spanish prize Mexican children deported from the United States suffer discrimination Leaders from both the [...]