Transgender Salvadorans legally allowed to vote for first time

The Global Post, March 2014. With Gloria Morán. With victory in tow, LGBT rights groups now push new president to end violence, corruption and discrimination. Rubi Navas is among the first transgender women in the history of El Salvador to be allowed to vote. In previous years, Rubi and her peers were normally barred from... Continue Reading →

Central American farmers seek buffers against climate change

The National Catholic Reporter, October 2012. In 2009, El Salvador was not only the most vulnerable country in Central America to climate change -- it was No. 1 in the world.In the past several years, natural disasters have hit the country with increasing frequency. Their intensity and duration have risen exponentially, as well as their cost.The... Continue Reading →

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