New Era Augurs More of the Same for Impoverished Maya People

The Maya Indians of Central America and Mexico will have little to celebrate when the current era comes to an end on Dec. 21. The extreme poverty and marginalisation they face contrast sharply with the plans for lavish celebrations to lure tourists.

Graffiti in Mexico City: "No More Femicides"  Credit:Dennis Bocquet/CC BY 2.0

CENTRAL AMERICA Still a Long Way to Go in Fight Against Sexual Violence

Access to justice for women who suffer sexual violence in Central America and southern Mexico remains limited despite the high incidence of rape and other crimes, of which underage girls are the main victims, experts say.

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