La Lupa revisits documentary evidence showing similarities in the torture carried out against women political prisoners by the Somoza and Ortega regimes.
Hundreds of women from the Caribbean Coast migrate to the Pacific region looking for work, but are rejected and excluded.
Three women human rights defenders tell the story of what it means to carry out their work in the country and the dangers they face in defending human rights.
Grandmothers in Nicaragua play a fundamental role in care work, which means that these women repeat the processes of bringing up children over two and even three generations.
Teenage mothers are forced to abandon the education
Reconciling motherhood, work, personal space, and professional training makes it impossible for mothers when there is no co-responsibility from fathers, and a lack of support structures from child rearing and care.
The lack of public policy to counteract discrimination marginalises LGBTIQ+ people and pushes them into leaving education early and precarious employment.
The state of impunity for violence against trans human rights defenders is a “clear reflection of the tolerance and normalization of these acts” with which this violence is treated by the state and wider society.
"We have learned that traumas are not meant to be worked on, they’re just to be swallowed” says expert who indicates the multiple causes of suicide
Sexism and classism in the labour laws on domestic and care work in Spain, added to the racist restrictions of the immigration system, are prejudicial to migrant women’s wellbeing and rights. They are exposed to multiple forms of exploitation as they struggle for a dignified quality of life.