Women Rights Start with the Right Language
I believe that sometimes language is sexist, and vocabulary non-inclusive. In Spanish, recent years have seen an ample debate on how to eliminate gender issues when speaking or writing, with a camp promoting the use of “inclusive” language, and others touting it as unnecessary and cumbersome. In English, when a […]
The Arts in the Developing World’s Job Markets
Growing nations need industry, and this industry needs employees. To give the industry the employees it needs to make the nation grow, citizens must be trained to fulfill these positions. Is there room for the arts in the developing world’s job market?
Colombia Under Water
The Colombian government needs to step up and assume the challenges of climate change. Not only because they have a responsibility with their citizens who are facing rougher rainy seasons every passing year, but also because of the responsibility they have to the rest of the planet and future generations as guardians of part of the Amazon basin.
The Greater WE: Paving the Road for Youth Participation
Youth are rising to demand their rights and to make adults accountable for the state of the economy: how can youth be involved in the greater decisions of the world, so they become part of the solutions?
Milking the Cash Back Cow: Youth Unemployment and Labor Migration in Central America
Central American governments benefit greatly from the money migrants in search of better work or study opportunities send back to their families: could this explain the lack of effective youth employment policies that would keep these young men and women in their countries at the government’s expense? Remittances have become […]