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Latin America is up against a momentous 12 months on numerous fronts. On one side, game-changing nationwide elections in six nations, including three of its biggest – Brazil, Mexico and Colombia – are poised to reshape the governmental situation in the area. In parallel, the agenda that is economic front and center of nations’ efforts to conquer imbalances, implement reforms and speed up development. As a backdrop to any or all this, an essential feminist motion is unfolding in the heels of per year marked by conversations on gender equality, with critical implications on both the political and financial spheres.
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