The indigenous movement ends 2020 strengthened in the biggest country in Latin America, where of the 210 million Brazilian men and women, around 900,000 are indigenous. A progressive occupation of spaces that were previously exclusively for white society is starting: democracy, universities and rights.
Organised by Anti-Imperialists for Global Justice – AIGJ, a webinar on the political economy of resource extractivism, imperialism and resistance in the Caribbean, inspired by Walter Rodney, will take place on November 28. The resource politics of the Caribbean and its ‘small islands’ is often thought to be peripheral […]
Overcoming neoliberalism (which is much more than an economic model) is undoubtedly the immediate task facing the left in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is a question of finding a realistic resolution to the enormous contradictions that the system creates and which put at risk the very survival of the human race.
Colombian immigrants living in the United Kingdom and who left their country due to the internal conflict will make their voices heard in a large-scale virtual democratic event that will take place from November 5 to 14. It is the recognition of exile, victims abroad and the returned population. […]
It is an event that will be held on November 5 in London which seeks to be a collective voice of support for refugees, the black community and those affected by the cuts, as well as a condemnation of war and environmental damage, among other aspects. The hosts are […]