Adelaide Matos


About Adelaide Matos

I am currently an MBA student at the University of Toronto with an interest in economic development. My background prior to the MBA is in Civil Engineering and I have been working at an engineering consulting firm for the past 2.5 years. I am a Toronto native with hopes of one day travelling the world to pursue international development projects. In my spare time, I enjoy playing soccer and board games with friends.

Health Crisis In Venezuela

For years now, Venezuela has been plagued with a political and socioeconomic crisis as Maduro, continues to strengthen his control over the nation. Some economists are even considering the conditions to be worse than the Great Depression due to hyperinflation like never seen before, according to NBC. As the country’s […]


Thousands Displaced In Land Dispute In Chiapas, Mexico

Since late October 2017, a territorial conflict over lands in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas has escalated rapidly, resulting in the forced displacement of more than 5,000 inhabitants of Chalchihuitan, according to Human Rights Watch. The conflict centres around a territorial dispute between the neighbouring Tzotzil communities of Chalchihuitan […]


Protests Erupt In Peru As Debate Over Fujimori’s Pardon Continues

Hundreds of Peruvian women were protesting the possible pardon of former President Alberto Fujimori last week, who is currently serving a 25-year sentence for human rights crimes and corruption during his term in office from 1990 to 2001. The protest highlighted Fujimori’s dark history of mass sterilizations committed by the […]