Lisa Miller was ordered to relinquish custody of Isabella Miller-Jenkins on Jan. 1, 2010, but failed to do so, leading to further legal proceedings. Read about the case in a July 28, 2012, article from The New York Times.
Debra Sabia, a former associate professor of political science with a specialty in Latin America at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, has published three books, Contradiction and Conflict: The Popular Church in Nicaragua (1997), The American Myth of Democracy: A Crisis of Consciousness (2010), and Imagining Democracy (2012). She is also the author of a […]
Report on religion in Central America.
Report on religion in Nicaragua.
Professional training and outreach program for journalists in the Caribbean and Latin America.
International nonprofit dedicated to quality education, independent media and strong communities. Programming includes conflict resolution, technology, gender and youth. Field offices in 17 countries and partners in more than 100 countries. IREX Projects and Regions pages show how IREX has been involved with individual countries.
Free first-year membership in Religion Newswriters Association for international journalists outside North America.
RNA welcomes all journalists as members, whether religion is all or part of their jobs. RNA offers international journalists who join RNA: Free first-year association membership for any international journalist outside North America joining for the first time. Our membership base is geographically diverse and ranges from Brazil to Nigeria to Japan. Eligibility for travel […]
Global development network focused on human rights. Helps countries attract and use aid and addresses a variety of issues around the world.