In this episode of The Venezuela Briefing, Geoff Ramsey and Kristen Martinez-Gugerli interview Cristina Ciordia of the Center for Justice and Peace (CEPAZ) about the differentiated impact of Venezuela’s humanitarian crisis on women and girls.
In this latest episode of The Venezuela Briefing, Geoff Ramsey and Kristen Martinez-Gugerli had the opportunity to interview Francisco Monaldi, a leading scholar on the politics and economics of energy policy in Venezuela.
The Con Ellas platform, comprised of Prepara Familia, Unión Afirmativa, CEPAZ, Funcamama, Acción Solidaria, and Uniandes, invites you to participate in an upcoming side event on March 24 at 3:00 P.M. EDT.
This morning I spoke with Venezuelan journalist Vladimir Villegas on his streaming platform, Vladimir a la Carta (see video above). As I told him, I do not believe the recent Caracas visit by U.S. diplomats suggests the U.S....
The situation in Venezuela represents one of the biggest challenges to democracy and human rights in the Americas, as well as a devastating humanitarian emergency. As the crisis continues, human rights defenders and civil society activists are routinely targeted by the government of Nicolás Maduro.
Nicolás Maduro’s repressive regime has created an unprecedented humanitarian and human rights crisis in Venezuela, with Venezuelan security forces and armed pro-government groups responsible for grave human rights abuses and crimes against humanity.