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Advocates say fight continues despite rejection of new constitution that would have enshrined reproductive rights.
More than 60 percent of Chileans voted against the proposal, which its supporters call feminist and progressive.
The assembly will hand over the finished draft to President Gabriel Boric before it is made available to the public.
Unprecedented acknowledgement of state culpability in HIV/AIDS case ‘sets standards’ across the region, advocates say.
New report finds ‘staggering inequality’ the core factor behind disproportionate COVID-19 death rates in region.
As Sebastian Pinera prepares to leave office, critics say he has failed to address rights abuses committed on his watch.
As Chile’s presidential runoff nears, some women fear victory for Jose Antonio Kast may roll back their rights.
Progressive representatives elected to draft a new Chilean constitution say environmental protection will be paramount.
Despite successful vaccination drive, infections are increasing across Chile, exacerbating deep-seated inequalities.