The Colombian peace process & Movement to end violence against women in Mexico

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Last show Radio Latina in the studios Silvia and Albano bringing the latest in music, information from Latin America. Also this time Sinead McGrath got to us two interviews, the first one about the last 18th March when a group of people with Colombian flags and peace signs were protesting in front of Dublin’s General Post Office. They told us they were part of an international mobilization defending the Colombian peace process, Veronica Ramirez speaks about that movement.

The second interview Sinead had a chat with Diana Correa about the movement #NiUnaMenos in Mexico to end the violence against women and explaining some the cases of the murder of women in Mexico.

That and more in Radio Latina. To listen the show, click the links below:

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