Before the outbreak of the coronavirus, the Trump Administration was known for upholding strict immigration policies.
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Coronavirus or COVID-19 has taken over in the past months as a disease that is easily transmittable and has infected and
COVID-19 is impacting nations around the globe. Governments’ policies to prevent the spread of the virus are challenged while the number of deaths and contagions increases every day at a fast pace. In Latin America, Ecuador has become the epicenter of COVID-19, and the country is suffering a devastating reality; families are unable to bury their relatives, and even worse, some have to remain with the corpses for more than 48 hours due to the collapse of the public services.
Abortion is illegal in most Latin American countries. However, Argentina is expected to join the short list of countries in Latin America who have legalized abortion.
On February 28th, 2020, spirits were raised when a United States Federal Court ruled that the Migrant Protection Protocol, a trump immigration
Gender-based violence against women is an issue that has ingrained itself deeply into Mexican society and culture over decades of inaction from the government. Despite the protests of human rights activists, the government continues to grant impunity to most murderers, rapists, and other criminals that commit violent acts against women. Specifically, most cases of violence against women in Mexico go uninvestigated and unsolved—leaving thousands of women violated without justice (Miguel Vivanco, 2020).