This country, like others in Latin America seeking to build a more just and equitable society, is the victim of a media and psychological war aimed at destabilising it and derailing the Bolivarian revolutionary movement.
For many Ecuadorians, the month of March is a period which marked the lives of millions of people, whose hope for family wellbeing was lost with the banking holiday, which caused not only economic damage but also psychological harm.
49.7% of Ecuadorians resident in the UK voted in the elections in the middle of February, a larger figure than in most European countries. On Sunday April 2nd, it is expected that more than 2,300 people will return to vote in the second round of the election of the president […]
The Chilean folklorist travelled her long country documenting peasant song and then went on to travel the world, showcasing her work. She always sang against injustice, insensitivity and bureaucracy. Today, 50 years after her departure, her interviews are compiled in a book for the first time. Marcos Ortiz F. […]
The camp referred to as “Simón Trinidad” is located here, renamed by the Farc guerrillas in honour of the rebel commander from this region who has been imprisoned in the US for years.