Interviews

Collective murals from Chile to Italy. Interview with Eduardo “Mono” Carrasco

We had the opportunity to interview Eduardo “Mono” Carrasco, a famous Chilean muralist exiled in Italy since the military coup. He still lives in a small village in the province of Alessandria and, although held back by Covid, he is…

Interview with Tomás Hirsch: “I experience this new moment as the year of hope”.

We are ending 2021, it is the last day already, and the world is still in its second year of pandemic and very probably during 2022 this context of global pandemic will be prolonged even more – worldwide. We wanted…

Sergi Raventós: In the face of poverty and begging, it is necessary to go a step further and propose a basic income

“…Basic income is not the solution to all the problems that this society has… but it can put an end to poverty from an economic point of view, and it can help people to have more freedom to plan their…

Face 2 Face with Seth Shelden

On this show we speak with Seth Shelden, United Nations Liaison with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). Seth speaks about New York City just joined the ICAN Cities Appeal and calling on the US to join the UN Treaty…

Face 2 Face with Anna Dioguardi and Dennis Redmond

LIVE SHOW – Friday, December 10 at 11:10 AM On this show, we speak with Anna and Dennis from the Queens Community House about a just passed legislation in City Council, granting voting rights to noncitizen immigrants in New York…

Russia-Africa Relations: “Geopolitical Arena with Many Players Operating”

As preparations are underway for the second Russia-Africa summit planned for 2022, African leaders, politicians, academic researchers and experts have been discussing several aspects of the current state of Russia-Africa relations. They, most often, compare it with a number of…

Bibliodrama: A Transformative Word

An Interview with Sr. Anne-Marie Brittain, NDS about her book Bibliodrama: A Transformative Word. by Genevieve Balance-Kupang   Words have the power to maim and to lame as well as to heal and transform. -Brittain, 2021 Thank you, dear subscribers, for…

“Latin America has missed the boat on industrial policy and innovation”, Alicia Bárcena

The head of the United Nations economic commission for the region believes that “the culture of privilege has naturalised inequality” and sees the subcontinent’s development model as “exhausted” – Ignacio Fariza 6 February 2020 – El País – An interview…

Honduras: “A vote of punishment for those who sank the country”.

Massive vote and overwhelming victory for Xiomara Castro and the opposition coalition. Reconciliation does not mean impunity. When, on Sunday night, the electoral authorities released the first preliminary report showing the presidential candidate of the opposition alliance, Xiomara Castro, leading…

Editorial Archipiélago publishes graphic novel on art, nature and ethics

On the Other Side of the Glass by Antonia Bañados A young artist travels to an art school in Scotland, where she undertakes the creation of an ambitious work: a futuristic aquarium inhabited by an axolotl, a rare and delicate…

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