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.
Director Lola Arias' new play puts on stage six veterans of the Malvinas conflict

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By the end of April 1977 the military dictatorship that called itself the ‘Process of National Re-organization’ had been in power in Argentina for over a year. During that time all political and trade union activity had been suspended. The junta declared war on what it termed ‘subversives’ – mostly young people in organizations fighting to change the system either...

Mafalda was a revolutionary

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Feminism, the media, communism and consumerism, Vietnam –  Quino’s strip-cartoon Mafalda managed to address all these issues from the innocent, but incisive, perspective of a six-year-old girl. The death of Argentinan cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón (1932-2020), best known as Quino, has silenced one of the most famous critics of Latin American and world politics and society. Although he had...

Voices: a work in progress

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Work on LAB's exciting new book Voices of Latin America is progressing rapidly More than 45 of our interviews, from 11 countries, have been translated, and our wonderful team of volunteer editors are at work on the separate chapters The editor and project co-ordinator is Tom Gatehouse Publication date is now set for September 2018 Alongside the book,...
A movement and vast demonstration against femicide and violence against women has drawn support from every quarter.
Cartonera books – cheap books with cardboard covers and photocopied texts – were originally a by-product of the Cartonero movement in Argentina, when people from the shanty towns travelled into Buenos Aires and other big cities in the wake of the 2001 economic collapse to collect and sell cardboard and other waste left on the streets. In Argentina, the idea of using cardboard to back books...
Argentina Solidarity Campaign is a self-organised collective in the UK that aims to support people in Argentina who are suffering at the hands of the neoliberal and extractivist model and their accompanying exorbitant and unjust policies. Our campaign is inclusive, pluralistic and non-party aligned and we share a common objective: that of making visible the looting of Argentinian, Latin American...
Leaders and members of some of the social movements of the Region speak out about their hopes and challenges.

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