Based in Bogota, Anastasia Moloney is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Latin America and Caribbean correspondent. She reports on humanitarian affairs from across the region for AlertNet, and also covers good governance and women's rights issues for TrustLaw, the foundation's legal news service.
Give fathers more time to be dads to combat gender violenceBy Anastasia Moloney
Fathers caring for their children from an early age are less likely to act violently towards their partner, research shows
Early warning systems saved lives in quake-prone ChileBy Anastasia Moloney
Lives were saved because of Chile's strict building codes, which means newer buildings are able to withstand strong quakes
Home - the most dangerous place for Colombian women and girlsBy Anastasia Moloney
Colombia's macho culture, and discrimination against women in general, are behind widespread gender violence
Have Colombia's peace talks reached the point of no return?By Anastasia Moloney
Colombia's peace talks reach the hardest point, no certainty the final hurdles can be crossed
The high cost of safe sex in VenezuelaBy Anastasia Moloney
The high price of condoms in troubled Venezuela will push up teenage pregnancies and backstreet abortions
Do truth commissions bring truth?By Anastasia Moloney
Should Colombia set up a truth commission following 50 years of war?
Will El Salvador free 16 women jailed for abortion?By Anastasia Moloney
Flimsy medical evidence, flawed trials put women behind bars for at least 30 years, lawyer seeking pardons says
Want to help Haiti? Stop trying to change us, says voodoo leaderBy Anastasia Moloney
'The voodoo way of life has too often been overlooked, and misunderstood, by the international aid community'
Can St. Lucia be a model for Caribbean nations losing beaches?By Anastasia Moloney
Rising seas and recurring storms mean many Caribbean nations are seeing stretches of their beaches disappear
Is U.S. to blame for child migration crisis on its own border?By Anastasia Moloney
The surge of child migrants from Central America is linked to U.S. drug policy and demand for cocaine.
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