Many observers have focused on the role the army played in the last hours before Morales resigned. But they have tended to overlook the main player in the three weeks that led to the conflict’s pinnacle: Bolivia’s youth.
Maps are, by nature, a representation of power. And the most widely used ones, be it the Mercator projection or similar ones, put power in the Northern Hemisphere, in particular, in Europe.
What does a teddy bear have in common with a blog post? Can a presentation about research findings be done only with images? These are some of the questions posed to six communications officers from the Southern Voice network during an interactive communications workshop in Bangkok-Thailand.
The United Nations recently established a “technology bank” (TB) for least-developed countries (LDC). One of its aims is to strengthen the science, technology and innovation capacity of LDCs, including better management of intellectual property rights.
Bolivia’s current foreign policy stands out, characterized by a fierce loyalty to Cuba and Venezuela and a recent friendship with countries like Russia, Iran and China.
In this article in the “Guidebook for mentoring young women in Europe” (page 35) I describe the selection process and lessons learned along the way.
We were impressed by all the women we met, but the Saudi ones impressed us the most. They were nothing like the stereotypes we had expected.
What does it take to bring down a head of state? In Germany it took only nine days and 138 characters.