Sociocultural investments in Venezuela are key to its development: from culture-driven initiatives to financially viable projects. Learn more about investing in Venezuelan society & culture, the potential rewards, & how to minimize risk. Discover how to build a better future for Venezuela’s people!
Venezuelan writer Susana Gabriela Nuevo Silva wins 1st place at UNAM-Spain short story comp with Papeles, a tale of migration in Spain
Discover the compelling story of Susana Gabriela Nuevo Silva, winner of the 1st UNAM-Spain Story Prize for her work Papers. Her powerful portrayal of Latin American migration in Spain is a must-read, showcasing the impact of this growing phenomenon through the lens of literature.
Rausseo's candidacy has generated controversy, with critics questioning his political intentions and potential impact on the opposition
With a career spanning four decades, Rausseo is known for his irreverent humor and fictional character, "Er Conde," who addresses the country's political reality. Despite health issues and previous unsuccessful attempts at presidency and governorship, Rausseo has emerged as a leading candidate in the opposition presidential primary.
Share UNESCO´s free cards on social networks to spread awareness and appreciation for International Mother Language Day
Celebrate International Mother Language Day in Venezuela on February 21 with a range of activities honoring native languages. Through oral expression, writing, listening, singing, and observation, Venezuelans highlight the linguistic richness of their country's cultural heritage.
This article provides an overview of the requirements for filing Form I-134A, which is used by individuals who commit to provide financial support to a beneficiary applying for humanitarian leave via the Union for Ukraine or the Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan and Venezuelan Processes.
Maria Perez Caraballo (left) and school nurse Tylar Krause (right) with Loren Carcamo and her baby Leire
A former eye surgeon and current 5th grade teacher Maria Perez Caraballo, delivered a healthy baby in a Dallas elementary school nurse's office with the help of school nurse Tylar Krause and a team of paramedics.
The Venezuelan team is ready to provide assistance in the northern region of the country.
Venezuela has responded to the tragedy in Syria by sending a 25-person rescue team and 12 tons of humanitarian aid. The team composed of seismic technicians, firefighters and aid workers, is a demonstration of solidarity and friendship by the Venezuelan Foreign Ministry.