It was June 28, 1969. At that time, there was a concentration of bars and venues frequented by LGBTIQ+ individuals located in New York’s East Village neighborhood. They were illegal establishments and, for the most part, controlled by the mob. Police harassment was frequent, with periodic raids and arrests. This was so until June 28 at 1:30 a.m., when, during one of these … [Read more...] about How can justice systems mitigate violence against the LGBTIQ+ community?
Fabricio Rodríguez is a consultant in the Digital Government and Data Cluster within the Innovation for Citizen Services Division (ICS) at the IDB (Inter-American Development Bank). Before joining the IDB, he worked across various sectors as a consultant for different projects aimed at strengthening and modernizing the governments of various countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. He holds a degree in economics from the Universidad Central del Ecuador and a Master's in Government from Pompeu Fabra BSM University in Catalonia. He completed the Trade Academy Program 2016-2017 in Stockholm, Sweden, and the National Development Program 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan.