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| Cora Currier, Danielle Mackey

El Salvador is Trying to Stop Gang Violence. But the Trump Administration Keeps Pushing Failed “Iron Fist” Policing.

OSWALDO JOINED THE Salvadoran gang Barrio 18 when he was 14 years old. By the time he was in his early 20s, he wanted out — and luckily, gang leaders gave him permission to leave. But…

| Claudia Prat

Kigali’s Thriving Art Scene Proof of the Healing Power of Culture

The Ivuka arts centre has, more or less, created a Rwandan arts scene from scratch after the horrors of the 1994 genocide.

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Recuperar a los seres queridos, uno por uno

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/audio-file-1.mp3 En Guatemala, mientras la sociedad civil se organiza para acabar con el círculo de impunidad que ha rodeado los crímenes de la guerra, el sistema de justicia apuesta por el olvido. El caso Creompaz,…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Hubo días de horror

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/audio-file-2.mp3 Durante la guerra civil de Guatemala una base militar del norte del país se convirtió en un centro de tortura y cementerio clandestino que resume 36 años de represión contra miembros de comunidades indígenas,…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: Militares al banquillo

La batalla por la justicia en el caso de la masacre más grande de América Latina se lleva a cabo en un pequeño juzgado rural al norte de El Salvador, lejos del interés nacional. Mientras…

| Ximena Natera, Lorena Vega

Testigos de la Guerra: La Masacre Que No Pudieron Borrar

El Salvador En diciembre de 1981, el ejército salvadoreño asesinó a más de mil personas en el caserío El Mozote y comunidades aledañas, al norte del país. Eran los primeros años de la guerra y…

| Danielle Mackey

Seeking Justice at All Costs, from Colombia to Central America

A BRICK WALL, the first layer of the barrier, encircles most of a city block on an unassuming street in Guatemala City. On the other side is a checkpoint with metal detectors like airport security.…

| Liz Mak

A former refugee leads families back to an Indonesian island so they can find graves

Carina Hoang sits on the boat on her eighth and likely final trip to Kuku Island. “It’s time for me to stop,” she says. Credit: Liz Mak/PRI Carina Hoang is getting ready for a trip. It’s…

| Liz Mak

Snap # 922 – Return To Kuku Island

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/snapjudgment072418_snap922_returntokukuisland-1.mp3 ( Snap Judgment ) In the 1970s, thousands of Vietnamese refugees were left on the remote Anambas Islands in Indonesia. They were stranded without food, water, and shelter, forced to survive off the land. Now, almost…