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LatAm in Focus: Amid Caravan Crisis, a Look at Mexico's Migration Policy

Some 300,000 migrants transit Mexico each year. UT Austin’s Stephanie Leutert tells AS/COA Online’s Carin Zissis about the country’s overburdened system—and how to improve it....

LatAm in Focus: Why Peru's Political Establishment Is Scared

The short answer? They don’t want to go to jail, says past and future presidential candidate Julio Guzmán of the Purple Party....

#womenASCOA Video: Men's Role in Workplace Gender Equality - Lessons on How to Be a Better Ally

October 11, 2018

Panelists shared wisdom and tips for how men can better advocate for women in the workplace—and how women can take risks to compete....

#womenASCOA Video: Diversity and Inclusion - Implementation Strategies and Personal Stories

October 11, 2018

How can companies commit to diversity and inclusion policies in the workplace?...

#womenASCOA Video: Opening Remarks by Susan Segal and Duda Kertész

October 11, 2018

"If you are too afraid of failure it’s hard to advance," said Johnson & Johnson's Duda Kertész...

Slideshow and Video: Risky Business - Press Freedom in Latin America

October 09, 2018

Fake news, censorship, violence against reporters. A YPA panel with the Committee to Protect Journalists discussed the attack on press freedom in a critical election year for the region....

LatAm in Focus: A Closer Look at Hurricane Maria's Death Toll

How many Puerto Ricans died is a source of controversy. George Washington University epidemiologist Dr. Ann Goldman talks about the report at the center of it all. ...

Video: Bianca Jagger Decries Daniel Ortega's Assault on Human Rights in Nicaragua

September 20, 2018

Five months after Nicaragua's protests began, human rights defender Bianca Jagger speaks out against Daniel Ortega's increasingly authoritarian and brutal regime....

LatAm in Focus: Who Will Win Brazil's Nostalgia Vote?

AS/COA Brazil experts Brian Winter and Roberto Simon cover the race and why leading candidates Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad represent competing visions of a “better” past....

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