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The Bukele administration has proposed cuts to and eliminations of social programs in its budget proposal for 2020

November 1, 2019
October 31, 2019 marked the 30-year anniversary of the bombing at the National Federation of Salvadoran Workers' Trade Unions (... Read more >>
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Outside of the Legislative Assembly, victims from the Salvadoran Civil War call for a just national reconciliation law. Photo: Josseline Roca/ARPAS

October 30, 2019
In less than a month, on November 13th, the clock will strike for the Legislative Assembly to produce a national reconciliation... Read more >>
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Roberto Zapata from AMATE presents study results on LGBTI+ discrimination in El Salvador
October 16, 2019
Organizations from the Salvadoran LGBTI+ social movement held a public forum last week to present findings from a new... Read more >>
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October 10, 2019
As the blatant disregard for the lives of migrants and refugees intensifies globally, we express our solidarity with migrants and refugees being directly impacted by the brutality of border militarization. Read more >>
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In El Salvador, 97% of the total cultivated area for sugarcane is burned for the harvest, despite being prohibited in the Environment Law. Photo credit: Voces En La Frontera

October 9, 2019
Salvadoran social movement rejects new proposal to increase export crops such as sugar cane, pineapple and African palm oil. Read more >>
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