Every year millions of women are victims of violence, with rights transgression being a constant issue around the globe. Even more developed countries are facing difficulties in completely eliminating violence against women. The Gender pay gap, genital mutilation and femicide are some of the challenges most developed countries have been facing lately, and gender based violence persists worldwide (affecting one third of women globally). In the underdeveloped world, particularly Latin America and the Caribbean, gender inequality has been a critical issue, with several countries struggling to reduce the unacceptable number of gender-related homicides and violent crimes. In order for this issue to be effectively addressed several social dimensions, such as the economy, politics, education and others, need to be improved.
Latin America’s Digital Transformation and Technological Revolution
Latin America has not been exempt from the effects of the technological revolution that has been sweeping the globe. This article will examine the implications that automation, digitalization, and other technological developments has for Latin America’s educational system, infrastructure and governmental regulation.
The Lobbying Debate in Latin America
Lobby regulation is frequently recommended as an important measure that governments should implement to reduce corruption. However, that is not the case for Latin America where most citizens lack a basic understanding of the policy-making process. A change in citizens’ perceptions about lobbying activities is thus a prior necessity, especially considering the background of most countries in the region when it comes to corruption.
An Economic Solution is Not the Best Way Forward for Brazil
Pursuing an economic focused recovery method is not the best way forward for Brazil. Instead, Brazil needs a leadership which is able to coordinate a solution for the country, that brings stability to the political system, and also safeguards the health and social systems of the nation.