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Bolsonaro: is there method in his madness?

Post by Jan Rocha, 11 August 2019, São Paulo. Each day the list of outrageous, insulting, untruthful comments...

Guatemala: presidential hopefuls inspire little confidence

Written by Nathalie Mercier, Christian Aid’s Programme Officer in Guatemala Decision day is fast approaching for Guatemalans awaiting...

Mining: The Rivers are Bleeding

The vast expansion of British mega-mining in Latin America is displacing communities, destroying ecosystems, costing lives and polluting our planet. The Rivers...

Migration & displacement – LAB Newsletter July 2019

Dear LAB Supporter and Friend, 31 July 2019 Migration and Displacement at crisis point

Paraguay: a working example of communal land

The Mbyju’i Communal Land Association: protector of the common good. by Andrew Nickson Origin: The association...

Structural violence and displacement in Central America and Colombia

This article was prepared for Christian Aid by Nathalie Mercier (Guatemala), Maria Useche (Colombia), Tania Grande (El Salvador) and Javier SanVicente (Honduras)

The lesson of Brumadinho: put rights before profits

This edited extract from a Christian Aid report, dated 11 June 2019, was prepared by LAB When a...

First Festival of Peruvian Cinema in Native Languages

The festival took place in Trujillo and Cusco from 18-21 July 2019. It followed on from the success of ‘Winaypacha’ (Eternity),...

Latin America’s migration problems

The Americas were shaped by migration, mostly from Europe. Now Asians and Africans are arriving, and there is desperate intra-continental ...

Tekoha Sauce: community fights to recover land at Itaipú

Written for LAB by William Costa 'We were very happy when we lived on the banks of the Paraná...
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