What is happening in the world, and how does it affect you, your family, your job or your country? What is the relationship between events that appear to be isolated, but are actually connected?
Efecto Naím, a weekly television news program broadcast by NTN24 and hosted by international news commentator Moisés Naím, offers a unique insight into how our world is changing. Watch Sunday's episode, in which Efecto Naím and Americas Quarterly offered a joint report on the status of LGBT rights in Latin America (preview below).
In some ways, Latin America has been a trailblazer in LGBT rights. Several governments have been leaders in offering gay people equal rights and protections as those enjoyed by heterosexuals. But in other respects, the region is lagging behind. Homophobia is still widespread in many countries, and homosexuals are still struggling for their rights.
AQ and Efecto Naím looked at the best and worst countries for LGBT rights in the region, and explored what changes the coming years might bring.
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Efecto Naím airs Sunday evenings on channels in the U.S., Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. The full video of the LGBT rights report in Spanish can be accessed here. An English version will follow later this week.