Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Even though its carbon emissions are comparable with those of most European countries, Argentina's new climate plan is disappointingly timid.
Historian Alun Burge examines the role of the extraordinary Welsh community and its support for the Trelew prisoners -- and calls for more research.
A movement and vast demonstration against femicide and violence against women has drawn support from every quarter.
Set in a Buenos Aires cabaret club before, during and after Argentina’s brutal “Dirty War”, These Trees Are Made of Blood tells the story of a mother’s search for her missing daughter, one of thousands of people “disappeared” by the military junta.
A new collection of interviews and testimonies is discussed by a panel of experts in London on April 21
A London conference on climate change and human rights in Latin America organised by ILAS and LAB
With a new play about Argentina's 'disappeared' opening in London later this month, LAB brings you an exclusive interview with one of the leading Madres.
The Argentine government is proposing a complete overhaul of its intelligence services. But we are no closer to discovering who (if anyone) killed prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was leading the investigation into the 1994 AMIA bombing.
It was ranked alongside Russia, India and China as an emerging global economic powerhouse but now the pillaging of Brazil’s natural resources, corruption at its highest levels and a crippling drought is threatening that status.
A new book looks at long-abandoned settlements in the Chaco region in the Southern Cone and finds out whether they are still meaningful to the criollos living there today. Not for everyone but successful in its own terms.

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