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Shockwaves of the war in Gaza: rights to speech, protest and information must be guaranteed globally to fight antisemitism and islamophobia

Now more than ever, upholding these rights and safeguarding the exchange of information and expression about this conflict is vital, if there is to be any hope of a peaceful resolution through necessary and meaningful dialogue.

Income inequality and funding in the health sector in Nigeria

In one of the most unequal countries in the world, the poor people spend nine times more on health services than the wealthy. The solutions to this problem may lie in the payment of income tax.

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Shockwaves of the war in Gaza: rights to speech, protest and information must be guaranteed globally to fight antisemitism and islamophobia

The endorsing INCLO member organizations come together to express grave concern about civil liberties infringements occurring in various countries across the world in connection with the war in Gaza. While ...
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Income inequality and funding in the health sector in Nigeria

In the bustling cities and villages of Nigeria, where vibrant cultures intertwine with the challenges of daily life, the tale of healthcare unfolds with both resilience and struggle. In this ...
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Emerging debate inside drug policy: climate change and the right to a healthy environment

The rights of peasant communities growing coca leaf, poppy, or marijuana are not a priority at the annual sessions of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, held each year at the ...
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Captagon, Syria and armed conflict: another failure of the war on drugs

In the precincts of the United Nations headquarters in Vienna, where the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) was held until yesterday, a word appeared frequently that, at least for Latin ...
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The rifts in prohibition at the Commission on Narcotic Drugs

The destinies of drug prohibition are defined in international spaces that have been trapped in a circular inertia, a recycling of failure, for more than 60 years. The Commission on Narcotic ...
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What happens at CND 67, the international forum where the future of drug policy is decided

As they do every March, the member countries of the United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) meet in plenary session in Vienna. For years, this diplomatic scenario has served ...
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The immigration policy of the United States and its implications in Latin America

The United States has implemented different measures to prevent the entry of migrants and refugees into its territory, including extending its immigration policy to Latin American countries.
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The binationality of the Wayuu people: the pending debt of Venezuela and Colombia

The Wayuu arrive in Colombia to seek refuge but crashes with a wall that prevents them from accessing social services and fundamental rights: the Colombian State has not recognized the binationality of the Wayuu people in practice.
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The binationality of the Wayuu people: the vision from their cosmology

The Wayuu people have demanded the recognition of their binationality, appealing to the legal and political link that unites them with Colombia and Venezuela, which should translate into a full guarantee of rights and citizenship in both countries.
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FromTheTerritory

We travel with 20 indigenous activists of the world to the heart of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Listen to this story about the Kankuama Resistance.


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Discover some of the documentary pieces that we have made. Indigenous resistance, migration of Venezuelans to Colombia and stories of women coca growers, are some of our topics of interest.

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