A new report shows just how much remains to be done for Mexico to reduce poverty and inequality.
El crecimiento económico por sí solo no va a detener el crimen violento. Pero las políticas correctas – y el liderazgo – pueden hacer una diferencia.
Economic growth alone won't stem violent crime. But the right policies – and leadership – can make a difference.
For years, the Indigenous Warao relied on "El Bote," the landfill in Cambalache, Venezuela for their livelihood. View a slideshow of "El Bote" to learn more.

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, inaugurated to a new sexenio last month, is doing everything in his administration’s power to abate a problem that affects close to 52 million poverty-stricken Mexicans: hunger.

With today’s release of its Spring 2012 issue, Americas Quarterly has unveiled a new index that measures social inclusion in the Americas.

To lift their people out of poverty, nations need to enter the global economy.

Peruvian Minister of Development and Social Inclusion Carolina Trivelli yesterday concluded a three-day visit to Washington DC during which she met with Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Maria Otero, as well as other senior officials from the Departments of State, Education, Agriculture, and Health and Human Services.

El fin del Acuerdo de Preferencias Arancelarias entre Bolivia y Estados Unidos (ATPDA) dejó sin empleo a unas 120.000 personas vinculadas al sector textil. Pero las mujeres alteñas no se quedaron de brazos cruzados.

A newly released report by Brazil’s Instituto Brasileiro de Geografía e Estadísticas (IBGE)—the state agency responsible for conducting the country’s census—found that the total number of Brazilians living in favelas has nearly doubled in the last five years to 11.4 million.


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