After a fraudulent volunteer program exchange in Guatemala, two young female entrepreneurs launched Mujeres de la Luna, a sustainable tourism project seeking to provide better economic opportunities to rural women in Santa Cruz La Laguna.
On her very first job in San Cristobal de las Casas, Adriana Aguerrebere became involved in social issues pertaining to the residents of this Chiapas town. After learning the needs of artisan women, she launched Impacto, an educational and skills development platform to help them achieve long-lasting economic empowerment.
What the world economy would be like after the COVID-19 pandemic is a question many experts are still trying to figure out. Can a current alternative model provide some answers? A look into a circular economy social enterprise in Puerto Rico.
While females all around the world are leading massive street protests to gain equal rights and eliminate gender violence, there is also a parallel movement of historians and anthropologists seeking to restore collective awareness on the figures who shaped each nation’s history.