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About Diana Cariboni

Diana Cariboni is an Argentinian journalist and writer based in Uruguay. She wrote "Guantánamo Entre Nosotros" (2017). Her stories have appeared in The Guardian, La Nación and others. She was co-editor-in-chief of IPS and led its Latin America desk for more than 10 years. Her twitter account is @diana_cariboni

Articles by Diana Cariboni

This week’s front page editor

Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Evangelicals in Guatemala on verge of ‘legalising homophobia’

A "nefarious" bill on ‘life and family’ is the first-ever drafted by the country's evangelical churches, reflecting their growth – and ambition.

Argentina abortion vote divides the nation, from senators to doctors

The senate votes this week on a potentially groundbreaking bill to legalise voluntary abortion. Opponents include some doctors and health facilities.

Cómo los objetores de conciencia amenazan los derechos sobre el aborto recién conseguidos en Latinoamérica

De Uruguay a Chile, el personal médico se niega a practicar abortos incluso después de su legalización. English

How ‘conscientious objectors’ threaten women’s newly-won abortion rights in Latin America

From Uruguay to Chile, medical staff are refusing to provide abortion services even after their legalisation. Español

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