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Feminists fill the streets of San Salvador on 8M, International Working Women's Day. Photo credit: CISPES.

March 9, 2022
In El Salvador, on International Working Women's Day, March 8, 2022 (or... Read more >>
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Las Mélidas placard, which hangs at the organization's offices, San Salvador. Text reads: "As women, we want decent jobs. Employment yes, but with dignity." Photo credit: CISPES

March 2, 2022
Nine months have passed since El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly installed the Special Commission to investigate the destination... Read more >>
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March 1, 2022
The Salvadoran social movement coalition known as the Bloque de Resistencia y Rebeldía Popular (Popular Resistance and Rebellion... Read more >>
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LGBTI activists demonstrate against militarization under the Bukele administration at a rally in San Salvador, 2020. Photo credit: CISPES

February 23, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic hit the LGBTI population in El Salvador hard, significantly increasing structural inequalities and putting... Read more >>
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February 10, 2022
Analysis of recent and upcoming Legislative Assembly votes, from popular education organization Libros Equipo Maíz, translated by... Read more >>
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