E.U.-U.S. trade treaty would allow corporations to sue governments

Al Jazeera America, May 2015. A proposed trade agreement between the United States and the European Union that would allow corporations to sue governments has Europeans up in arms. The trade agreement includes a network of tribunals that put into practice the so-called investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system, which was until two years ago understood... Continue Reading →

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 →

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