Month: September 2017

Nerea Fernandez Cordero, activists and social movements in Ireland

Radio Latina last show we had an interview with Nerea Fernández Cordero, social activist in social movements in Ireland like: Marea Granate Immigrants of the Spanish State and against the austerity, RAMSI (Refugee and Migrant Solidarity Ireland and Pro-Choice). Nerea shared her experience participating in these social movements and gave us a panoramic view to …

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“Sobre la marcha” an interview with Andrea and Stephen from Medellin

Sinead McGrath from Radio Latina presented the section “Sobre la Marcha” in an ongoing series of interviews with  people sharing their experiences while traveling to Latin America and Ireland, showing the similarities and differences while living in a different country. This time Sinead interviewed an Irish/Colombian couple, Andrea Perez and Stephen Gill, now living in …

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“The TIPNIS is the defence of our identity and our culture” Marcial Fabricano

“The TIPNIS is an issue of human rights, and their defence is a duty of everyone in Bolivia, but also of the international community” “El TIPNIS es una cuestion de derechos humanos y su defensa un deber de los bolivianos, pero también de la comunidad internacional”  – Marcial Fabricano Noe. In Radio Latina en Dublin, …

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Indigenous Rights in Bolivia: TIPNIS

Photo by: boliviadiary.wordpress.com Radio Latina last show we cover a particular case of indigenous rights in Bolivia, in an event organised by Latin America Solidarity Centre, a talk  about the controversial TIPNIS project that plans to run a highway through an indigenous and environmental reserve has re-opened wounds between Bolivia’s president and indigenous movement. Victor …

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