New findings show that, like their counterparts in many neighboring countries, Honduran women are sorely underrepresented in the job market.

Veronica Michel, Ian Walker |

Nuevos hallazgos indican que las mujeres hondureñas, al igual que sus contrapartes en muchos países vecinos, están muy poco representadas en el mercado laboral.

Veronica Michel, Ian Walker |

It is hard to believe that only 70 years ago, in most Latin American countries, women could not vote. Or even more recently, women’s access to land under agrarian reforms depended on factors .…

Reina Zavala, Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta |

Es difícil creer que hace 70 años las mujeres no podíamos votar. O que más recientemente, en el marco de las reformas agrarias de Latinoamérica, el acceso de la mujer a la tierra estaba supeditado…

Reina Zavala, Ivonne Astrid Moreno Horta |

Los países centroamericanos han trabajado para construir instituciones y marcos de políticas que los preparen para enfrentar amenazas climáticas y disminuir su riesgo de sufrir desastres, pero…

Haris Sanahuja, Katharina Siegmann |

With climate change, extreme events are expected to be the “new normal” for many small island developing states. It will take coordination and action from multiple stakeholders to effectively…

Joaquin Toro, Kerri Cox |

A substantial proportion of refugee children will be in host communities for the entirety of their schooling years.

Keiko Miwa |

Evidence from population-based surveys in Latin America and the Caribbean shows that children living in homes in which women experience intimate partner violence are more likely to experience…

Diana J. Arango, Eliana Rubiano-Matulevich |

Evidence from population-based surveys in Latin America and the Caribbean shows that children living in homes in which women experience intimate partner violence are more likely to experience…

Diana J. Arango, Eliana Rubiano-Matulevich |

In a world of climate change and headline-grabbing cyclones, El Niño is one of the most unspoken climate risks in East Asia and the Pacific.

William R. Sutton, Xinyu Weng |