COPINH llama a respetar la voluntad del pueblo hondureño

El Consejo Cívico de Organizaciones Populares e Indígenas de Honduras (COPINH) hace un fuerte llamado a que se respete la voluntad del pueblo hondureño que se expresó en contra del continuismo y la dictadura el pasado 26 de noviembre, y ha comunicado la decisión de sacar al dictadorzuelo JOH de la silla presidencial. AQUI in english logocopinh.jpg El COPINH es […]

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Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism Montevideo, November 16 to 18, 2017

Declaration of Montevideo portuguese   spanish 1. The movements, social organizations and diverse expressions of the grassroots field of the Americas, heirs and protagonists of the struggles against imperialism and the military regimes in Latin America and the Caribbean, that rise up against the neocolonial agenda of free trade, privatization, looting and poverty represented in the […]

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COPINH Y MADJ: The Public Ministry and the judicial authorities continue violating the rights of the victims in the Berta Caceres case.

ORIGINAL EN ESPAÑOL The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras COPINH and the legal team of the Broad Movement for Dignity and Justice MADJ denouces again the violation of rights and basic procedures with respect to the judicial process in the case of the murder of our compañera Berta Cáceres and the attempted murder […]

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Call to global mobilization and solidarity with Venezuela! As Peoples we mobilize for peace and sovereignty Latin America and the Caribbean united with the people of Venezuela

Declaration of the Jubilee South / Americas network. In the face of the bellicose threats made by the President of the United States and other senior officials of his government, against our sister nation Venezuela, seriously escalating the interventionist policies of long standing, we feel called to express our strongest and most energetic rejection, knowing that […]

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9 Inspiring Women Who Have Fought for the Rights and Visibility of Afro Latin Americans

Twenty-five years ago, women from more than 30 Latin American and Caribbean countries came together in the Dominican Republic to find ways to address racism from a woman’s perspective. Their objective was to find how to fight for their political, social, and cultural rights. The day has been commemorated as Día de la Mujer Afrodescendiente since […]

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Reforms against workers in Brazil threaten all Latin America

“Today Brazil, the main economy of the region, is the laboratory of the most aggressive and reactionary anti-labor reforms in Latin America”, said TUCA’s manifest   Today Brazil, the main economy of the region, is the laboratory of the most aggressive and reactionary anti-labor reforms in Latin America. Such is the result of the abrupt […]

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