The ex-president was infamous for unleashing a brutal state crackdown on demonstrators during widespread uprisings across Chile in 2019.
During Salvador Allende’s brief term in power, a revolutionary project sought to use technology, specifically information from factories for real-time planning and interventions in the economy. What does this tell us about knowledge and the struggle over the infrastructure that produces it?
A series of activities have been organized over the past week in honor of the 50th anniversary of the coup d’état against then Chilean President Salvador Allende
The leaders committed to always take care of and defend democracy, face the challenges of democracy, defend and promote human rights, and strengthen spaces for collaboration among states
Peoples Dispatch was on the ground to bring you everything you need to know about the Dilemmas of Humanity Conference in Santiago
Political and social leaders across the political spectrum have called for a new constitutional convention to be convened, pointing out that the text of the proposed constitution was rejected, not the desire to have a new constitution
The new draft constitution is said to be one of the most progressive constitutions in the world, and addresses the country’s stark social inequalities.
This Sunday, over 15 million Chileans will have the opportunity to replace the country’s constitution inherited from the era of dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet
The draft constitution enshrines a number of new rights and freedoms such as free higher education, universal access to healthcare, reproductive rights, pensions, indigenous and water rights.
The inauguration of the progressive Gabriel Boric marks the beginning of a new era of social justice in Chile
After the victory of Gabriel Boric in Chile’s presidential elections, the country awaits long-needed changes to its health system
Today we look at the results of Chile’s presidential elections, mass protests in Sudan on the 3rd anniversary of the December Revolution, and more