The opposition has a chance to gain momentum in December 6 parliamentary elections, but the game is rigged against them.
2012 AmericasBarometer survey data show that citizens across the Americas tend to reject media censorship, but there is some variation across countries.
The use of state-run media outlets has skyrocketed in Venezuela, Ecuador and Nicaragua. What are the implications for freedom of the press?

"Plaza Sésamo" reaches out to traditionally marginalized Nahuatl communities by broadcasting a full episode in the Nahuatl language. Here is a clip, used with permission from Sesame Workshop.

New technology has expanded the media choices available to Latin Americans. But don’t expect it to usher in a new era of citizen engagement. (audio interview available)

This children's educational non-proift details how it promotes social inclusion in Latin America.


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