Defamed, persecuted, harassed, and since March of this year cut off from the outside world, in Flat 3B, Knightsbridge, London, the founder of Wikileaks waits to learn the fate of his asylum status. It is a position that current Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has put at risk, but Assange is built for battles of this size. The former Consul of Ecuador knows him well, and wanted to speak out.
That’s the question that the film “El camino de Santiago”, released on August 7th, will seek to answer. Who is responsible for the disappearance and subsequent death of the young Argentinian Santiago Maldonado who disappeared during a display of solidarity with the Mapuche people? On August 1st, one year after […]
In honour of Santiago Maldonado, an event has been organised to protest against the economic policies that have put Argentinean democracy at risk. “La Patagonia Rebelde” is a symbolic occasion that will take place in London on the 1 of August. Marcella Via How similar are neoliberal democracies […]
More than 200 million girls and women in the whole world carry the mark and pain of having suffered some form of genital mutilation, which transforms their lives forever. Ibis Frade Somalia, Guinea and Djibouti head the list of those countries that have the highest prevalence in adolescents […]
After six years of avoiding its responsibility for the Marikana Massacre, London-based mining corporation Lonmin has decided to cut and run from its platinum mining operation in South Africa by preparing to sell to Sibanye-Stillwater. Andy Higginbottom* Having made vast profits from extraction and exploitation since its founding […]