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LGBTQ Rights in Brazil: Could the Elections Impact a Challenging Landscape?

In remembrance of the 1969 Stonewall riots, June has become Pride Month in the United States, welcoming celebration of LGBTQ+ identity and rights. On June 3, a week prior to Washington, DC’s Pride Parade, São Paulo hosted its own celebration.

The Link Between Corruption and Gender Inequality: A Heavy Burden for Development and Democracy

Corruption, understood as the abuse of entrusted power for private gain, is a major obstacle for sustainable economic development in Latin America. It endangers democracy, equality, the rule of law, ethical values, and justice. Furthermore, many forms of gender inequality are closely linked to high levels of corruption.

NATO and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: A Conversation with Clare Hutchinson

The nexus of women, peace, and security is gaining notice worldwide as a critical dynamic in international security policy. As this conversation continues, key international organizations, including NATO, are placing greater emphasis on integrating gender considerations in the execution of international military and diplomatic actions.

Political Participation in Brazil: A Look at Gender