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14.11.2020

Luis Arce, President of Bolivia: “Let’s rebuild the country and live in peace”

Luis Arce, President of Bolivia: “Let’s rebuild the country and live in peace”

November the 8th, Luis Arce was declared the new President of Bolivia. During the inauguration ceremony, after being sworn in before the multinational Legislative Assembly, the incoming President of the Plurinational State of Bolivia stated as follows: “On this November 8th, 2020, we are beginning a new stage of our… »

13.11.2020

In Brumadinho, candidates need to overcome disbelief and tragedy

In Brumadinho, candidates need to overcome disbelief and tragedy

By Marcelo Z Carota* Right in the path of the biggest dam breach accident in Brazil, this little town was devastated by a tragedy that claimed many lives among the local population. According to a report by the UN Environment Agency, the figures are among the eight largest environmental disasters… »

11.11.2020

China Is Working to Expand Its Ties to Latin America

China Is Working to Expand Its Ties to Latin America

In mid-January 2020, 800 people gathered at Mexico’s Ministry of Economy to celebrate “China Day” with a seminar on Chinese-Mexican relations. Mexico’s Minister of Economy Graciela Márquez Colín, who has a PhD in economic history from Harvard University, said, “China and Mexico have to walk together, to build a… »

10.11.2020

Public Education at Risk: Privatization, Financing and Teachers

Public Education at Risk: Privatization, Financing and Teachers

This was the theme of the fifth virtual public event, organized by the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE), the Venezuelan Forum for the Right to Education (FOVEDE), the Salvadoran Network for the Right to Education (RESALDE), the National Campaign for the Right to Education (CNDE) and… »

06.11.2020

The wise rogue, Luis Ammann, has died

The wise rogue, Luis Ammann, has died

The wise rogue got tired of fighting and left us early this morning. He left us, that is to say, because beyond those first feelings of loneliness and emptiness, what quickly flooded those of us who loved him was the certainty that we now had someone who, from the other… »

06.11.2020

Luis Alberto Ammann

Luis Alberto Ammann

I have in my hands the book Self-Liberation, on the inside cover of which you can read a brief review of its author, our dear friend Luis, who died last night at the Argerich Hospital in Buenos Aires where he had been hospitalized since October 25 for covid19 and then,… »

05.11.2020

Hirsch calls on the Government of Chile to ratify the treaty that bans nuclear weapons

Hirsch calls on the Government of Chile to ratify the treaty that bans nuclear weapons

The deputy of Acción Humanista, Tomás Hirsch, called on the Chilean government to ratify the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPAN), a nuclear disarmament agreement promoted by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), the UN and various world organizations, in order to prohibit the production, testing,… »

05.11.2020

Thank you, Pepe !!!

Thank you, Pepe !!!

On October 20, Pepe Mujica resigned his seat in the Uruguayan Senate. At 85, it is not the first time he has resigned. He had already done it in August 2018 “out of fatigue”, but he returned and turned out to be the most voted senator in last year’s elections… »

03.11.2020

“Inequalities and Inclusion: Intersectionalities in Education” were at the center of the debate in CLADE’s Assembly

“Inequalities and Inclusion: Intersectionalities in Education” were at the center of the debate in CLADE’s Assembly

Today, Tuesday November 3, the virtual development of the 11th Regional Assembly of the Latin American Campaign for the Right to Education (CLADE) was continued. This time, inequalities were addressed as the central node of education in Latin America and the Caribbean. The panel was entitled “Inequalities, inclusion and education:… »

01.11.2020

Why Bolivia’s Democratic Comeback Election That Overthrew a Coup Offers Hope for the U.S.

Why Bolivia’s Democratic Comeback Election That Overthrew a Coup Offers Hope for the U.S.

Bolivians faced a coup one year ago. But in recent peaceful elections, the power of democracy swept the socialist leadership back into power. By Sonali Kolhatkar Bolivia’s Movement for Socialism (MAS) party is celebrating. A year after a right-wing coup that deposed the Latin American nation’s first Indigenous president, Evo… »

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