The “occupation” of Bogotá by students, backed by parents and professors as well as social and cultural sectors, is continuing even after the Colombian government offered to withdraw its controversial bill to reform education if the protests were called off. […]
Source: CISPES On Tuesday, November 7, Manuel Melgar resigned from his post as Minister of Security, to which he was appointed by President Mauricio Funes soon after his inauguration in June 2009. No official reason […]
Source: World War 4 Report Bolivia and the US agreed to restore diplomatic relations on Nov. 7, three years after President Evo Morales expelled the US ambassador and then, weeks later, the DEA force in […]
Source: Al Jazeera Former Mexico City mayor, whose narrow defeat in 2006 triggered protests, chosen as leftist candidate for 2012 election. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the leftist former mayor of Mexico City, will again run for the […]
Source: Amnesty International Olympic organizers must urge Brazilian authorities to stop forcibly evicting hundreds of families across Rio de Janeiro amid preparations for the summer 2016 Summer Olympic Games, residents’ groups, local housing activists, Amnesty […]
Education in these schools is free and is open to all ages and all people, regardless of whether they are Zapatistas. There is no competition; learning is a shared experience. The schools are staffed by education promoters, based on the belief that education is a collective experience.
Fuente: Watershed Sentinel Una tarde en el estadio deportivo de Jaltenango, pequeña ciudad productora de café en el sur de México, no tiene nada en común con una tarde en una cafetería animada de Seattle, […]
Under the impact of this historical mobilization, Chilean society has abruptly become repoliticised, has reoccupied this deserted polis, at the same time as it was occupying public squares, avenues, places of education.