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Has Mexico forsaken its youth?
When will authorities offer better opportunities for the Mexican youth?
Mexico: 10 years of the fight against poverty
From 2008 to 2018, the figures for poverty have remained stagnant: 54.4 million people are living in poverty and extreme poverty in Mexico
It's time to stop ignoring Mexico's poorest regions
It won't be enough to invest millions in the area if health services and education don't improve
Workplace harassment prevails in Mexico
From January to March, at least 23,542 people resigned in order to avoid a hostile work environment
Mexico presents a development plan for Central America that could reduce migration
López Obrador said he will seek a pact with the U.S., Canada and other nations in support of a development plan for Central America
Mexico ignores children's rights
The study is based on information provided by the Unicef, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, and the United Nations Development Program
Poverty and marginalization, the reasons behind fuel theft
In Tlahuelilpan, Hidalgo, the scenario of the worst tragedy caused by fuel theft, 55% of the population lives in poverty and 7% lives in extreme poverty
Yalitza Aparicio, the Indigenous woman tearing down walls
The film is not a mere childhood memory, it also explores inequality, social classes, and the treatment of domestic workers
Poverty and inequality, Mexico's main challenges
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's (OECD) General Secretary, José Ángel Gurría talked to EL UNIVERSAL about Mexico's biggest challenges
Velasco, López Obrador's #1 fan
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