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The Universidad de los Andes and four other international universities are carrying out a research project that is looking to strengthen public policies for young people.
A Los Andes study reveals that two out of three young people in Bogotá who neither study nor work (the so-called 'NEETs') are female. What has caused this phenomenon?
Inmates from the La Picota prison were given medical care and training in first aid thanks to the Uniandes Volunteer Program. Find out the story.
Article by Hugo Fazio Vengoa, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, on the nine months of Russian revolution (February to October 1917).
The philosopher and feminist Sandra Harding, from the University of California, speaks about the impact feminism has had on society, the relevance of philosophy, and the importance of diversity.
Students from business administration, medicine, law, and civil and environmental engineering had the highest overall scores in the exam.