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).
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This spring, the Chilean people will have the ability to vote on the production of a new Chilean Constitution to replace the current Constitut
Various countries in Latin America are currently struggling with a conflict of legislative-executive power.
In Latin America, the rate of incarceration for women is rising disproportionately relative to men. The causes of this phenomenon can be traced to the feminization of poverty, the social liberation of women, economic marginalization, and the War on Drugs.
Guyanese politics have historically been driven by ethnicity-based parties. For decades, the Guyanese people have aligned themselves to political parties based on a shared heritage.