Envío Digital

Revista Envío
Edificio Nitlapán,
2do. piso
Universidad Centroamericana

Apartado A-194
Managua, Nicaragua

(505) 22782557

(505) 22781402


Central American University - UCA  
  Number 435 | Octubre 2017
Home Contact us Archive Suscriptions



The curtain’s up, the stage set and the script written
By unanimous voice vote, the US House of Representatives definitively approved the revised Nica Act on October 3, after Cuban-American Representatives Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), former chair of the... continuar...


Nicaragua briets
OFFICIAL RESPONSE TO THE NICA ACT Not surprisingly, Vice President Rosario Murillo issued a communique responding to the unanimous approval of the Nica Act by the US House of Representatives... continuar...


“Femicides tell us about the society we’ve constructed”
Some call it “violence against women” while others prefer the term “gender violence.” In the feminist current I’m part of we use the term “machista violence” because it’s the most visible way to focus... continuar...

El Salvador

Water for everyone: A struggle for life
In 1576, Spanish chronicler Juan López de Velasco wrote this about the Río Acelhuate, whose basin contains San Salvador, the capital: “It is said that on the outskirts of the city, there are three very... continuar...


Democracy in the streets
The crowd is brandishing placards against Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales. In one showing his photograph they’ve added a red button to his nose recalling his past as a professional TV comedian.... continuar...


Machista violence killed Berta Cáceres
At daybreak on March 3, 2016, environmental activist Berta Cáceres was murdered in her home, an event that shocked Honduras and many people around the world. Several of those responsible for carrying... continuar...


Questions from the rubble
What happened to the Teotihuacán pyramids during the earthquake that shook Mexico to the core on September 19? What happened to the Panteón Civil de los Dolores , Mexico City’s largest cemetery?... continuar...


Reflections on the referendum in Catalonia
The Catalonian referendum on Sunday, October 1, will become part of Europe’s history, possibly for the worst of reasons. I don’t discuss here the substantive issues, which can be interpreted as addressing... continuar...

<< Previous   Next >>

Envío offers information and analysis on Nicaragua from Nicaragua, on Central America from Central America, on the larger world we want to transform and on that other possible world we are working to bring about.

Envío a monthly magazine of analysis on Central America
GüeGüe: Web Hosting and Development