The government of Buenos Aires withdrew a law that defined medical residents and concurrents as trainees and stripped them of labor right. This followed continuous mass protests by the medicos
They marched against neoliberalism and Mauricio Macri’s term as president and expressed solidarity with the ongoing struggles in Chile, Colombia, Haiti, etc.
The medical residents and concurrents of the city of Buenos Aires have been protesting since November 28 against a law that disregards their status as healthcare professionals and defines them as trainees
A delegation of Argentine human rights defenders, social leaders, and lawyers arrived to Bolivia yesterday to verify the human rights situation in the country following the coup
Representatives of social organizations and NGOs will arrive to the neighboring country to denounce human rights violations committed in the post-coup period.
Juan Grabois of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy discusses the defeat of Macri in the recent elections in Argentina and the challenges ahead
As indicated in the primary elections, Alberto Fernández of the Frente de Todos coalition defeated incumbent president Mauricio Macri in the first round
The elections today in Argentina could serve as another spark of hope for the continent, a strong rejection of the neoliberal model, militarization and subservience to imperialist interests
Hundreds of public healthcare professionals have not received their salaries for the past five months
Women, queer people and gender dissidents from across the globe took part in the annual encounter to engage in workshops, discussions and mobilizations
The Encounter which began on October 12, brought together over 500,000 feminists, queer activists and gender dissidents.
The communicators collective describes the importance of this Encounter in the current context of Latin America and the power of the feminist movement