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Through the prism of Bolivian history, Red October and From rebellion to Reform , meanwhile, tackled questions of Latin America's subordinate incorporation into the world market, the historical formation of capitalist states in the region, and the ...
... social movements around the world - from the Anti-apartheid Movement in South Africa, to the Zapatista Indigenous Movement in Mexico, to the movement against water privatization in Bolivia, to the civil rights movement in the United States, and more.
El levantamiento Indigena was the latest in a series of organized attempts to dethrone a head of state, something Ecuador's Indigenous movement has gained a notorious reputation for. In 1997, indigenous activists in coalition with union workers ...
In 2008, President Evo Morales of Bolivia led an Indigenous movement, which rose out of a fight against a plan to privatize water, to create a government that is more reflective of the country's Indigenous principles.
Bolivian president touts women's progress amid effort to remain in office. By Lisa Nikolau on 23 January 2017 0 ... Bolivia's Evo Morales highlighted his government's efforts to include women, youth and indigenous people yesterday amid an effort to ...
It all began right here in Porto Alegre in 2001 when this city in the south of Brazil became a major site of popular mobilization.
The Indigenous movement came out in support of the strike, calling a minga (the Quechua word for a collective work action) that brought forty-eight communities together to participate in roadblocks across eighteen departments.
By Pedro Rioseco Riberalta-La Paz, Nov 22 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President, Evo Morales' big dream - which is part of the 2020-2025 Agenda - is to achieve zero poverty and 100 percent provision of basic services in urban and rural areas of the country.
Staying true to their name, these Aboriginal women, ranging from Guatemala to Chile, from Bolivia to Colombia and Ecuador, have brought their voices this month to the United Nations climate change negotiations in Marrakech.
Canadian activist Clayton Thomas-Muller crossed the border between his country and the United States to join the Native American movement against the construction of an oil pipeline, which has become a model to follow in struggles by indigenous people ...
Since his election in 2006 he has promoted policies to advance the rights of the Indigenous movement. Of Bolivia's population of 10.6 million people, 62 percent identify themselves as belonging to an Indigenous community, making it the Latin American ...
Bolivian President Evo Morales entered office in part thanks to Bolivia's politically organized and potent Indigenous movement. In an email interview, Linda Farthing, a writer and editor specializing in Bolivia and Latin America whose latest book is ...
A Bolivian friend of mine made a comment to me with a hint of irony: "We have a magnificent Constitution in Bolivia, but all the laws are unconstitutional". This is obviously an exaggeration, but the problem does exist. The destructive .... The danger ...
Drawing by Bolivian artist Pablo Ruiz. The Sinsinawa Dominican nuns, who held 100 Oxy shares, proposed that the oil multinational hire an independent firm to analyze the potential impact on the company's stock if the U'wa people's pledge to commit ...
In places like Bolivia, Native peoples wielding considerable electoral and economic power tend to focus on seeking direct representation within the national government and thus frequently align politically with other racial or ethnic groups with ...
What are the practical steps to push for recognising the rights of indigenous people around the world? Our expert panel shares their thoughts.
What are the practical steps to push for recognising the rights of indigenous people around the world? Our expert panel shares their thoughts.
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
He's led an extraordinary indigenous movement in Bolivia, but he's not the only one. Bolivia's popular grassroots movements are an inspiring phenomenon that won't go away.
The progressive cycle arose in popular rebellions that brought down neoliberal governments (Venezuela, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina) or eroded their continuity (Brazil, Uruguay).
The voice of indigenous people was also buoyed by the interventions made by Bolivian President Evo Morales, the first indigenous president of the South American country who echoed calls made by indigenous leaders to transcend capitalism in order to ...


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