Tag: Latin America

Why Social Civic Entrepreneurship is the Antidote to Human Crisis in Latin America
20/01/201724/06/2019
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Why Social Civic Entrepreneurship is the Antidote to Human Crisis in Latin America

Latin America is going through a series of surprising turbulences. A specter is haunting the sub-continent, the specter of human crisis. A deep mistrust in politicians and in democratic system has emerged from the most recent Latino Barometro. Corruption ranks as top concern for Millennials in the region. Human crisis emerges when the social fabric...

How to strike a balance between peace and justice
19/12/201624/06/2019
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How to strike a balance between peace and justice

At the end, Colombia chose walking down the path of peace. Two major lessons emerged from the Colombian peace process that went through four years of negotiations, a referendum rejection, and a revised agreement achieved on a last minute deal. First, an extreme activism both in favor and against the agreement has shaken Colombian citizens...

Would Millennials lead Braxit?
15/07/201624/06/2019
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Would Millennials lead Braxit?

Brit Millennials are angry at Baby Boomers as well as at the older generation for denying them the obvious benefits deriving from the single market, the freedom of moving in the Schengen area, the freedom of studying and working in the continent. Quality of information and mistrust in politicians have also weighted on the decision...

Power to Legality Now
15/04/201624/06/2019
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Power to Legality Now

By Piero Bonadeo, vice-president of Humanitas360 Corruption is on the rise in Latin America. The number of corruption-related cases is increasingly reported in the continent, and individuals now have a better perception and active reaction to corruption. In Latin America, amongst the five lowest-rate-of-popular approval for head of states/governments (Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Honduras, Venezuela), four...