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Featured Photo of an Argentine Transgender Artist

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Featured Photo of the Food Emergency Movement in Argentina

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Featured Photo of a Pro-Abortion March in Buenos Aires

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Budget Cuts Undermine Argentina’s Unfulfilled Guarantee of Sex Education

Region: Argentina

Topics: EducationHealth

Eleven years ago, the Argentine government passed a law guaranteeing the right of all students in public and private schools to receive comprehensive sex education. But as budget cuts threaten the national sex education program, upholding that guarantee has fallen to independent organizations and volunteers.

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For Female Recyclers in Argentina’s Capital, Local Woman Creates New Job as “Environmental Promoters”

Region: Argentina

Topics: BusinessEducationEnvironment

In Argentina’s capital city, recyclers collect and resell hundreds of tons of materials every day. Jacquelina Flores has become a leading advocate for recyclers, including women who have moved into new roles as “environmental promoters,” teaching city residents how to recycle and promoting recycling.

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Argentina Speeds Delivery of Prostheses With Tech Innovation and Pizza Ovens

Region: Argentina

Topics: BusinessHealth

Getting a prosthesis through Argentina’s health system takes time and considerable effort. Low-cost prosthesis workshops are filling the gap by using creative substitutions to perform the same functions at far less cost.

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Following Legalization of Medical Cannabis, Activists Protest Lawmakers to Allow Personal Cultivation

Region: Argentina

Topics: CultureHealthPolitics

When the Argentine National Congress voted overwhelmingly in favor of legalizing medicinal cannabis in March, it was cheered by pro-cannabis activists as a progressive step forward. But for many who rely on medicinal cannabis, the law’s prohibition on personal cultivation means the bill doesn’t go far enough to help those in need.

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Argentina Speeds Delivery of Prostheses With Tech Innovation and Pizza Ovens

Region: Argentina

Topics: Health

Getting a prosthesis through Argentina’s health system takes time and considerable effort. Low-cost prosthesis workshops are filling the gap by using creative substitutions to perform the same functions at far less cost.

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Argentina’s Economic Crisis Boosts Importance of Gardening for Food

Region: Argentina

Topics: CultureEducationEnvironmentHealth

Because of Argentina’s ongoing economic crisis, many are struggling to afford food at market prices. This makes programs to help low-income Argentine families and communities grow their own food increasingly important.

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Activists, Farmers and Monsanto Concerned as Lawmakers Consider Changes to Seed Law

Region: Argentina

Topics: BusinessEnvironmentHealth

Lawmakers in Argentina are considering a change to the country’s seed law that would require farmers to pay seed companies for not only the initial seeds but also the seeds harvested and used to grow a second generation of crops. The proposal is the latest in a simmering dispute between seed companies like Monsanto and Argentine farmers, and activists, farmers and seed companies are considering its potential consequences.

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