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.
From banging pots to virtual art, activists are organising at home and online to continue protests over inequality.
In Chile’s drought-ridden Petorca, even the simple directive of washing one’s hands is nearly impossible.
Roberto Campos Weiss faces up to 10 years in jail under controversial state security law for hitting a subway turnstile.
Against a backdrop of daily protests, Chileans are organising neighbourhood gatherings to discuss a way forward.
At least 20 people have been killed in protests over inequality in the worst unrest to hit the country in decades.
Protesters describe being beaten, shot at by police in worst unrest to hit Chile since during the Pinochet dictatorship.
Over the last decade, several openly queer musicians have emerged in Latin America. They use their music to combat hate.
A male-dominated art, saturated with anti-women lyrics, is being reinvented by women in Buenos Aires.