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Women (de)stabilizing to Forge New Political Paths in Nicaragua

Ana Lucía Álvarez

Women assume new leadership roles after the April 2018 Rebellion in Nicaragua


Daniel Ortega’s Offensive to Crush Freedom of Speech

cibercensura en Nicaragua, freedom of speech
Uriel Pineda

The change in the regime's criminal policy is more a reflection of its fears and weaknesses, than its repressive spirit


What has happened with the former journalists of El Nuevo Diario?

Nayira Valenzuela

A year after its closing, those who worked in one of Nicaragua's oldest newspapers have gone through unemployment, migration and entrepreneurship


Photo Essay | How Covid-19 Reshaped Managua

Nayira Valenzuela

Citizens wearing face masks; businesses with extreme measures; and half-filled movie theaters. This is the new Managua shaped by the covid-19


“Machismo is a Pandemic!”: Feminist Groups against Gender Violence

Machismo is a pandemic

Feminist organizations launch virtual campaign to educate on the prevention of gender violence in Nicaragua


Daniel Ortega Seeks New “Gag Law”, Prescribing Fines and Jail

Gag Law, Fascist Style
Juan Carlos Bow

Ortega-allied deputies introduce the “Special Cybercrimes Law” which establishes jail time for citizens who spread “fake news”


Daniel Ortega’s Foreign Agents Law Rejected Internationally

european parliment, Foreign Agents Law
Juan Carlos Bow

Twenty-one European Parliament Members, US officials and global NGOs warn that law will damage the work of activists and media


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