Americas

Argentina Legalised Abortion: The Impact on Women’s Rights in Latin America

On 30 December 2020, Argentina legalised abortion. This change came following a decade of protest and social outcry.…

Georgie Andrews

Vaccines and Vetoes: Tracking Brazil's Immunisation Fiasco

"Brazil is going through the worst phase of the pandemic." That sentence has been repeated on Brazilian news for months accompanied by controversial statements from the Brazilian president who insists on minimizing the devastating power of COVID-19.…

Lobato Felizola

Climate Change and Inequality in the Caribbean

Painting by Gabriella Nero Sun, sand, shimmering waters. It’s the paradise you most likely think of when you hear the word “Caribbean”. Now picture the…

Gabriella Nero

The Argentinian Populist Race for the Vaccine: An Outcome No One Was Expecting

Argentina’s President, Alberto Fernández, receives the first dose of the Sputnik V vaccine. Attribution: Casa Rosada (Argentina Presidency of the Nation). The start of…

Fernanda Ciliberti

How A Regional Court in the Americas is Shaping Environmental Law

Image by ssalonso licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Climate change litigation in domestic courts has been on the rise in recent years, particularly in western…

Kate Cammeraat

‘The world’s largest forced migration crisis you have never heard of’: How Colombia is accommodating over a million Venezuelan migrants

Over five million people have left Venezuela since 2015, making this one of the world’s largest migrant crises with potential to surpass the Syrian refugee…

Eve Brennan