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.
Trump’s fakery will lead nowhere except to more government control, the exact opposite of what he claims to offer. Playing on nostalgia for a long-lost period of history the people will be bitterly disappointed. Erosion of wages and skills by globalisation and technology leaves us with no answers. Current bankrupt […]
An Pakistani athlete who dressed as a boy for the first 16 years of her life to not be discovered by the Taliban and an Iraqi who had to flee war for five years to save his own life. These are some of the inspiring stories which will be brought […]
The toughest domestic surveillance law in the world that threatens citizens’ privacy, a hike in hate crimes following the referendum, the rights of women who are victims of domestic violence and the right for workers to strike are only a few of Britain’s shortcomings with respect to human rights. […]