The curtains of this theatre recall the days when it became Cuba’s principal cultural stage for the first time eight decades ago. María de Lourdes Legrá Pichs On the 2 of June of 1939, the ‘Suñol’ theatre, whose original name was Wenceslao Infante Theatre, burst onto the artistic […]
It was the first month of 1959, the recent Cuban revolution had triumphed, and a voracious foreign media campaign was mounting against the process led by the young Fidel Castro. Yosbel Bullaín* At that time, misinformation from the large US news agencies reigned. The most important US newspapers […]
A minor who leaves school to work, once they are an adult, will earn three times less than a professional, and working at a young age plunges them into inequality where they will possibly remain for the rest of their life.
There is a turbulent and very worrying atmosphere surrounding the Rule of Law in Colombia. Different sectors warn that, in the face of the High Courts’ challenge of the ruling far right’s agenda, the seed of an alleged institutional crisis may be sown in the country triggering exceptional measures against […]
Between 2016 and 20th May 2019, 837 social leaders were murdered. This year has been the worst, with one leader murdered practically every day. Displacement in rural communities is also increasing, driven out by the war. They want to hide the reality but this is it and it is getting worse.