Part 2 of this interview focuses on the rise of the feminist movement in Chile and its role in mass uprising of October 2019. Over the last half century, Chile has run […]
Nicole Kleinheisterkamp González and Tamara Ortega Uribe: Chile after the plebiscite, part 1 – Pinochet’s Constitution.
Over the last half century, Chile has run the gamut from one of the world most original experiments in popular democracy and grassroots socialism during the government of Salvador Allende to the […]
Last October, Chile’s neoliberal order was shaken by a popular revolt. Pushed into a corner, the mainstream parties agreed a national referendum, scheduled for April 26, 2020 and since postponed, to rewrite the Constitution, […]
As of April 30, Chile is reporting 15,135 coronavirus infections and 216 Covid-19 deaths. The government has taken advantage of the pandemic to gain breathing space after six months that witnessed the […]
As is the case everywhere, the big news in Chile is the rapidly escalating coronavirus contagion. But just last October, Chile’s neoliberal order was shaken to its core when a popular revolt […]
This article first appeared in the Chilean publication Convergencia Medios and was translated by International Viewpoint. Republished by No Borders News with permission. Throughout these sixty days of mobilisation, the popular revolt […]
The April 2ndConvergence brought together a number of revolutionary organizations in Chile in 2017 in advance of the explosion of social and class struggle that has rocked the nation since the fall […]