Dánae Vílchez is a Nicaraguan journalist based in Guatemala. She became openDemocracy's Mesoamerica correspondent in March 2022, after a stint as a fellow in 2021. She is also Central America correspondent with the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and has an Erasmus Mundus master’s degree in journalism, media and globalisation, with a specialisation in politics. She was previously a fellow with the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF). Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Pikara Magazine, eldiario.es, Confidencial and AJ+, among others. Follow her on Twitter (@DanaeVilchez). Contact her at: [email protected]
Publicado en: 50.50: NewsNicaraguan government outlaws feminist groups serving vulnerable people
Women’s rights groups supporting marginalised and impoverished people are banned by Ortega’s authoritarian regime
Proibição do aborto nos EUA será 'devastador' para comunidades latinas e negras
Grupos marginalizados na Flórida, Texas e Porto Rico lutam para acessar o aborto, mesmo antes de possível revogação da lei
Publicado en: democraciaAbierta: FeatureProhibición del aborto en EEUU será ‘devastadora’ para comunidades hispanas y negras
Comunidades marginadas de Florida, Texas y Puerto Rico sufrirán más si se anula el fallo Roe, dicen defensoras del aborto
US abortion ban will be ‘devastating’ for Hispanic and Black communities
Marginalised communities in Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico already struggle to access abortion, say campaigners
Novo presidente da Costa Rica promete conservadorismo no país progressista
Rodrigo Chaves, acusado de assédio sexual no Banco Mundial, quer proibir a educação de gênero e manter a rígida lei...
Costa Rica’s new president threatens women’s and LGBTIQ rights
Rodrigo Chaves, accused of sexual harassment at the World Bank, has promised to ban gender education and uphold the...