- John Bartlett, “‘I Will Never Get My Eyes Back’: The Chilean Woman Blinded by Police Who Is Running for Senate” (The Guardian, November 10, 2021).
Fabiola Campillai was shot in the face by a teargas canister as she walked to work amid protests in 2019. Now she is running for office as an independent
- Santiago Torrado, “El Ministro Incomodo de Ivan Duque Vuelve a Desatar la Polemica en Colombia” (El Pais (Spain), November 10, 2021).
El titular de Defensa genera su enésima controversia al señalar a Irán como “enemigo” del país en un viaje a Israel
- Nelson Rauda, “The High Price of Doing Journalism in el Salvador” (ProPublica, November 10, 2021).
A reporter teams up with the American journalist who first broke the story of the El Mozote massacre, tracking El Salvador’s faltering efforts to hold the perpetrators accountable, in a new documentary from Retro Report and FRONTLINE
El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras
- “Central America Monitor Reveals Challenges and Opportunities for Rule of Law, Citizen Security, and Protection of Human Rights in the Northern Triangle” (Washington Office on Latin America, November 10, 2021).
WOLA and our counterparts in the region provide additional data on progress and trends in key areas related to the rule of law and security in the Northern Triangle countries
Nicaragua, Western Hemisphere Regional
- David Luhnow, Jose De Cordoba, “Nicaragua’s Shift Toward Dictatorship Is Part of a Latin American Backslide” (The Wall Street Journal, November 10, 2021).
President Daniel Ortega’s victory is the latest evidence that democracy in the region is unraveling amid waning U.S. influence, political analysts say