Reporting, analysis, vision & strategy bearing on or emanating from El Salvador.
El Salvador made history in 2017 when lawmakers overwhelmingly voted to ban mining for gold and other metals after coming under intense pressure from…
When El Salvador celebrates its Independence Day in mid-September, it will be a year and a half into an indefinite State of…
On February 17, 1980, just weeks before his death at the hands of US-trained assassins, San Salvador archbishop Óscar Romero wrote a letter to…
Human rights and environmental activists across the globe are mobilizing in support of five men detained in El Salvador on charges that…
A new film documents how more than 50 Salvadoran women serving lengthy prison terms have been set free by feminist activism
The last decade saw democratization in El Salvador and brutal repression in Honduras. Suddenly, those trends appear to have reversed
As we watch this quick reversal of women’s rights unfold from a far, the international community has a duty to act in solidarity with the women and feminist movements in El Salvador
How Ordinary People Saved a Country from Corporate Greed
In their lives, work, and tragic, untimely deaths, the women inspired people in El Salvador who, deeply moved by their ultimate sacrifice, would at long last prevail in their freedom struggle.
Grassroots leaders in El Salvador discuss what they anticipate from President Nayib Bukele, what they demand, and how they plan to navigate the distance between the two
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