When Soda Replaces Water

While soft-drink producers are making their sodas cheaper than ever, San Cristóbal in Mexico is running out of water. Photo: Pixabay.

Av: Fredrik Björksten

In the mountains of southern Mexico lies the city of San Cristóbal with around 170,000 inhabitants. Located in one of the rainiest regions in the country, you might be surprised to learn that many neighbourhoods in San Cristóbal only has running water two days a week. Luckily for the people, however, there’s a local bottling […]

17 juni, 2019, Editorial, English, Magazine, Main article

Större hot mot pressfrihet än tidigare

hot mot pressfriheten

Demonstration till minne av den mördade journalisten Ján Kuciak och hans flickvän Martina Kušnírová. Bratislava, mars 2018 Foto: Peter Tkac, Flickr

Av: Jennifer Augustsson

Hotet mot journalister och mediearbetare har ökat globalt under 2018, enligt rapporter från organisationer för pressfrihet. Den oroväckande trenden ser inte ut att slå av på farten och det uppmanas till en förbättring.

26 april, 2019, Reportage

In the wake of the film ROMA

An elderly woman in domestic work, Mexico. Photo: Lorna Brooks, Flickr.

Av: Carlos Ranero och Charlotte German

The film ROMA portrays the life of an indigenous woman in Mexico and has sparked a debate about the working conditions for indigenous domestic workers in the country. Discrimination, violence and no working security are some of the risks that make up the daily work life for many of the marginalized women.

9 april, 2019, English, Magazine