As the headline in the news remind us daily: immigration in the U.S. is an important policy topic of today. There is a high dependence on the U.S. as haven for refugees and people seeking a better life.
More than 11 million people worldwide are suffering from COVID-19 (Worldometer, July 4, 2020). The global spread is halting economies with a stronger impact in Latin American countries that were already struggling with limited health services, a broad informal market, and high unemployment rates. In these countries, households suffer persistent worries about their health, economic uncertainty, and rigid social isolation, some of the stressors that can lead to mental health diseases.
Coronavirus has become a household name in nearly every home across the world, keeping many people inside and fearful of going out in public.
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.
Volunteer Tourism has emerged in the past two decades as an increasingly popular alternative form of travel.
Through decades of activism by feminist groups and national actors, Latin America has made advances in its representation of women in political positions.
The latest United States act of aggression towards Iran has made many fearful that we are on the brink of another arbitrary war in the Middle
It is a fact that today, younger people in Latin America have several options and more opportunities to enroll in higher education. However, it does not necessarily mean that these youngers are being instructed under parameters of high quality in education.