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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 >>
Blogpost
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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Credit: Voces En La Frontera

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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Nayib Bukele speaks in front of an American flag at the US Embassy in El Salvador
September 23, 2019
Social movement leaders identify parallels between Bukele administration and those of other neoconservative and authoritarian governments in the region Read more >>
Action Alert
September 20, 2019
The Bukele Administration is attempting an illegal takeover of the Salvadoran Social Security Institute Workers' Union (STISSS),... Read more >>
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