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Haiti News

HAITI. Port-au-Prince Declaration of Rejection to the MINUSTAH

Haitians express their rejection for the presence of the occupation troops of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)   Source: / Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn / October 13, 2015   Gathered in Port-au-Prince, this October 7th, 2015, and invited by the political party Rašín Kan Pep La and the […]

Against the damage to air and land. La Guajira resists. Popular trial against the transnational companies. October 3 & 4, 2015
Colombia News

Successful People’s Court in La Guajira, Colombia

The people’s court pronounced for the protection of water, land and air, for peace and life, we are against irresponsible mining in La Guajira. Source: / The Dawn / October 7, 2015 On October 3-4, 2015, men, women and children from various regions of the country and the world came […]

COLOMBIA. Persecution against indigenous movements
Colombia News

COLOMBIA. Persecution against indigenous movements

Source: / The Dawn / October 9, 2015 The Risaralda Teachers’ Union (Sindicato de Educadores de Risaralda) and the Indigenous Regional Council of Risaralda (Consejo Regional de Autoridades Indígenas de Risaralda, CRIR) reported that an arrest warrant has been issued against indigenous Professor Rubén Darío Guagarabe, who lives in […]

A Japanese farmer holding placard against Trans-Pacific Partnership participates in a rally against Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's administration in Tokyo, Japan, June 13, 2015. Japan's top government spokesman said on Saturday he desired the swift passage of a U.S. bill that is part of a package central to President Barack Obama's push for a Pacific Rim trade pact. The Japanese government sees a successful TPP agreement as a key part of its initiative to revive the country's economic fortunes. REUTERS/Yuya Shino - RTX1GBDQ
Analysis Chile

What is the Secret TPP Agreement and Why Should you be Concerned?

Last Monday, US, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam agreed on the terms of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a regional trade agreement that will affect 40% of the world economy. What will be the consequences of the TPP and why have some took […]

Alexandre Conceição
Brazil News

Interview with the National Coordinator of Brazil’s Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST): “The government is giving in to pressure from neoliberal forces, which are taking advantage of the political crisis”

In order to end the political and economic crisis, the government proposed the reduction of ministries. In an interview with the weekly newspaper Brasil de Fato, national coordinator of the landless movement, Alexandre Conceição, said that administrative reform “is purely misleading propaganda, because the ministries cut does not allow to […]