Category: Latam Review

  • Movimiento Escuela sin Partido: el conservadurismo en la educación brasileña

    Versión del texto en portugués abajo Héllen Cristine Florentino1, Mariana Rodrigues Lopes2   *Agradecemos la colaboración de las profesoras Maria Amélia Ferracciú Pagotto y Francine Maria Ribeiro. Creado, en 2004, por el abogado Miguel Nagib, el Movimiento Escuela sin Partido (MEsP) nace, de acuerdo con sus fundadores, como “una iniciativa conjunta entre estudiantes y padres […]

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  • The Positions in the sexual education of children. The debate in Uruguay and Latin America

    Agustina Craviotto Corbellini[1] The Sexuality education has emerged as a growing issue in the Latin American educational debate, but it has also been problematic for the West ever since. From this evident realization, it is important to reflect on the senses disseminated around the sexual body and the possibilities of its education. For the case […]

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  • Brazil Election: What now?

    Thatiane Moreira[1] A former paratrooper, Jair Bolsonaro, won the Brazilian’s election in 2018. He built his campaign around pledges to crush corruption, crime and a supposed communist threat. A far-right / pro-gun / pro-torture / sexist / racist politic was elected as president of Brazil. How did this happen? The Bolsonaro was elected due to several […]

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  • The election of Iván Duque

    Jose Luis Ramirez Bohorquez[1] Thatiane Faria Oliveira Moreira[2] Iván Duque, a conservative who viscerally opposes the peace accord firmed in 2016, took the largest share of the votes in the latest Colombia´s election (August, 2018),  after a long and divisive campaign that was often based in the controversial peace process with leftist rebels (the Revolutionary […]

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  • The Latin America Voice

    Thatiane Moreira* Latin America is an important region for the global politics. A region filled with cultures, beauties, resources, as well as economics, politics and social problems. To understand the developments in the Latin America, it is necessary to know the different fields that former theses societies and try to understand the meaning of theses […]

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