March 05, 2021

The participation of women in the construction of a popular habitat: generating urban development in the Sol de Libertad neighborhood of Managua, Nicaragua

Written by Giovanna Robleto Professor at the Faculty of Hummanities at the Universidad Centroamericana de Nicaragua in Managua, Nicaragua. Without a doubt, the majority of the world’s population lives in cities, with Latin America being the most urbanized region. Mainly in Latin America, the population produces self-made housing, which emerges in the urban landscape of

The participation of women in the construction of a popular habitat: generating urban development in the Sol de Libertad neighborhood of Managua, Nicaragua

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March 01, 2021

Batey Lechería: Fighting Discrimination and Inequality Through an Education with Values

Written by Luz Del Alba de la Cruz Director of the Centro Educativo Santo Niño Jesús, Batey Lechería, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. A look at the education of the boys and girls of Batey Lechería. The Centro Educativo Santo Niño Jesús school is located in the Batey Lechería area, Santo Domingo Oeste, in the Dominican

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February 18, 2021

Linguistic Equality, a Precondition for Economic and Political Equity

In May of 2016, Dr. Michel DeGraff, responded to Danielle Allen’s, Director of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Professor of Government and Education, essay on What is Education For? He focused on linguistic equality as a precondition for political and economical equity. His response was originally posted on the Boston Review. Danielle Allen’s

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