Colombia’s Wayuu Fight for Their Land

Video The Wayuu people of Colombia are the largest indigenous group in the region. They are fighting against state neglect and destruction of land, as their socio-economic conditions continues to degrade under the current government regime. This video was shot in August 2016. It was released by TelesurTV on November 11, 2016.
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World’s First Anti-Abuse Toys

Video Paraguay claims to have created the world's first anti-abuse dolls to raise children's awareness of sexual abuse. The toys threaten to tell whenever they are touched inappropriately thanks to an electronic sensor device inside them. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press in October 2016. It was released on November 9, 2016.
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Argentina’s Female Polo Player Challenges Status Quo

Video A female polo player has become the first Argentine woman in history to play with renowned male players. Lia Salvo buys, breeds and trains horses especially for women to boost female participation in the sport. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press in October 2016. It was released on November 5, 2016.
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Colombia’s Forgotten Crisis

Video As the international community is closely following the recent rejection of the peace deal in Colombia, another key issue has long been ignored in this war-torn nation: there has been an ongoing humanitarian crisis in the northern Colombian province of La Guajira, a remote and impoverished desert peninsula. This video was shot in Colombia in August 2016 and published by The Huffington Post on October 12, 2016.
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Argentina’s Fertility Tourism

Video With its affordable fertility treatments, high medical services and liberal laws, Argentina could become the next mecca of reproductive tourism. This video was shot and produced for U.S. News and World report in July 2016 and released on October 5, 2016.
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Colombia’s Wayuu Women Drive Change

Video To overcome exclusion and save a dying culture, local indigenous organizations in La Guajira, Colombia, such as Fuerza de Mujeres Wayuu, are fighting for the Wayuu’s survival by putting women at the forefront of the peace process. The Wayuu tribe, the largest indigenous group in Colombia, is slowing dying from thirst, hunger and malnutrition in the forgotten and impoverished desert peninsula of La Guajira, at the northern tip of Latin America. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press in August 2016. It was released on September 19, 2016.
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