African Transatlantic Resistance and Movements

SEATTLE, PORTO ALEGRE, DURBAN and more recently Bombay are massive and conclusive expressions of the fight for a better future. From Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, to Europe and the United States, the planning and ordering of the global economic system gradually and dramatically imperils the life of millions of families.

¿Modelos alternativos de integración? (2)

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¿Modelos alternativos de integración? Proyectos neoliberales y resistencias populares

Nosotros, Download PDF Content – FALL-OUT FROM EPA NEGOTIATIONS: Africa on the brink of disintergration // pages 1-4 – UNCTAD PUBLIC SYPOSIUM: Regionalism – the south’s exit strategy from global crises // pages 4-6 – EPA Negiations-Regional State of Play // pages 6-9 – Advocacy File // pages 9-11 – Dateline Africa // pages 12-13 […]

¿Modelos alternativos de integración? Proyectos neoliberales y resistencias populares

“Integración regional: una oportunidad frente a las crisis” 21 y 24 de Julio de 2009, link Salón XX, Consejo Nacional del Deporte, Asunción del Paraguay Co-organizan Alianza Social Continental, Iniciativa Paraguaya para la Integración de los Pueblos, Agenda de los Pueblos para Regionalismos Alternativos, Focus on the Global South y Transnational Institute En cooperación con […]

The New Configurations of Popular Movements in Latin America

The 1990s opened the way to a renewed capitalist globalization in its neoliberal form, whose impact on Latin America has been glaringly noticeable and profound. Extending a process begun in previous decades, promoted now by the so-called “Washington Consensus”, the adoption of neoliberal policies was to become generalized all over the region, taking on a newly radical form. The governments of Carlos Menem (Argentina), Alberto Fujimori (Peru), Salinas de Gortari (Mexico), Collor de Melo and later Fernando H. Cardoso (Brazil), became some of its best-known presidential incarnations.

Alternativas a la globalización neoliberal

a) Un enfoque político general: América Latina en 2006 En enero de 2005 el ALCA (Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas) no entró en vigor. Su negociación está suspendida. En noviembre de ese año las presiones del gobierno Bush en la Cumbre de Presidentes de las Américas (menos Cuba) en Mar del Plata no […]