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Social Inclusion & Development
At least 10 percent of Colombian adults are affected by conflict-related stress. What does that mean for the country's social – and economic – future?
As pundits debate debt restructuring and spending cuts, it's Puerto Rico's elderly and underserved that are suffering.

Indignation with Correa’s policies points to a perception of broken promises from a president who entered office with the support of Ecuador's Indigenous groups.

On Monday, LGBT rights organizations kicked off PRiDE JA 2015, Jamaica’s first ever gay pride week. For a country that TIME magazine once called “the most homophobic place on earth,”  the event is testament  to a slowly improving climate for an often persecuted LGBT community.

Understanding the needs of Afro-descendant and Indigenous peoples starts with asking the right questions.
Pushing for more
The Advocate
Freedom Fighter
Reaching into her past
Parliamentarian and Cabinet Minister

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