In the heart of Santiago, Chile, hundreds of women took to the streets with a resounding chant: “Not one step back.” Their demand? More action against gender-based violence and a more significant commitment from society to eradicate this scourge.
In an astonishing political upset, right-wing populist Javier Milei emerged victorious in Argentina’s presidential runoff election with a historic 55.7% of the vote. As he celebrated his triumph, he attributed his success to an enigmatic figure known as “The boss” – his sister, Karina Milei. This behind-the-scenes powerhouse is just one of the remarkable women who will play pivotal roles in the administration of South America’s second-largest economy.
The presence of women in the professional field of architecture and engineering has been invisible, and, in addition, they are a minority. Some managed to experience the labor field and fortunately have achieved success.
The diagnosis of mental illness is not necessarily related to the exercise of motherhood.
These are some of the public policies that should be adopted in the region to protect mothers, who have historically performed care work.