Society and Culture

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 Migrants Choose Canada as New Destination

Learn about local governments in cities like New York sponsoring trips to Canada, processing paperwork and providing a journey ticket. Know why Canadian immigration plan is attracting skilled workers, refugees and families with its target to admit 500,000 new arrivals annually and its reputation of being welcoming.

Journey Venezuelan Cristian Noguera Representing Venezuela at CNN en Español

Venezuelan Immigrant Achieves Career Goals with CNN en Español

Cristian Noguera is a young Venezuelan similar to many others, who emigrated to Argentina in 2015 with a suitcase full of dreams in search of opportunities. Since the age of 18 he has worked in audiovisual post-production for production companies, advertising agencies and television channels.

Martha Durán

Venezuelan writer recognized with the XXII Annual Transgeneric Award

The novel was chosen by the jury for portraying the complex Venezuelan reality with an intimate tone that intertwines the personal and the national, combining horror and tenderness. At the same time, the work reformulates the limits of Latin American political narrative and offers an original aesthetic proposal.

Boris Reymar Albarrán

Capturing the Beauty of Nature and Emotions

His reason for moving, like that of many Venezuelans in recent years, was to seek a better quality of life, moving away from a country with political and social complications and few opportunities to develop his artistic talent.

Humanitarian visas

Humanitarian visas benefit U.S. economy

Representatives of pro-immigrant organizations in the United States on Tuesday rejected that the program that grants humanitarian visas to Cubans, Venezuelans, Haitians and Nicaraguans will be an economic burden for the receiving states, arguing that, on the contrary, it will be a contribution to public coffers.