Fake News. El nuevo ataque digital Autores: Andrea Melissa De la O Salazar, Edgar Javier Palacios Zamora, Luis Eduardo Pineda Díaz Traducido al inglés por Marta Álvarez Collado El término Fake News puede ser algo nuevo en estos tiempos o algo muy conocido por algunos; básicamente las Fake News son
Discursos de Odio en El Salvador Autores: Marcela Beatriz Aldana Alvarenga, Evelyn Yecenia Álvarez Juárez, Mauricio Antonio López Velado, Enrique Alejandro Pineda Díaz TRADUCIDO AL INGLÉS POR LEAH ANN DURST-LEE El presente ensayo aborda un análisis del tema de Discurso de Odio, partiendo de la conceptualización y cómo se identifica
El Salvador and the power of democratic change Author: Ross Ryan Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 03/23/2009 The recent election in El Salvador is an example of those relatively rare times when substantial change in the direction and philosophy of government is achieved through peaceful democratic
In the early 1990s, peace negotiations in El Salvador's civil war were made possible by a military stalemate. Now, a decade later, a political stalemate might make real negotiations possible yet again. A look at El Salvador's past, with a view to its future.
Victor Valle, Associate Vice Rector of the University for Peace and former member of the Frente Farabundo Marti para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN) movement in El Salvador, comments on US President Barack Obama's visit to El Salvador and its implications for future Salvadoran-US relations.
Having recently returned from an International Election Observer Mission to El Salvador, Jennifer Dillon reflects on how the voters in this growing democracy have revived her belief in the electoral process and brought the magic back to Election Day.
US influence in El Salvador’s civil war Author: Oscar Alvarado Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on 03/06/2009 In El Salvador the rich and powerful have systematically defrauded the poor and denied eighty percent of the people any voice in the affairs of their country. A revolution is now
Colette Hellenkamp delves into the complexity of violence in El Salvador, touching on both obstacles and potential pathways to constructing a culture of peace. Her analysis highlights the challenges of outflow migration, socio-economic and power inequalities, governmental ineptitude in addressing root causes of violence, rampant gang activity and organized crime,