A UN Security Council vote authorized the deployment of 1,000 Kenyan police officers to Haiti, a move seen by some Kenyans as a violation of sovereignty and part of the United States’ neo-colonial agenda.
Peoples Dispatch was on the ground to bring you everything you need to know about the Dilemmas of Humanity Conference in Santiago
The Latin America and Caribbean Dilemmas of Humanity conference will take place in the Chilean capital from September 2-4. The conference seeks to provoke debate and discussion about building socialism and finding solutions to address the major crises generated by capitalism
Authorities from the countries have condemned that both the agenda and the format of the Summit have been dictated by the EU without proper consultation with their Latin American counterparts
A webinar organized by the No Cold War campaign in collaboration with several progressive movements and platforms highlighted the ongoing transition towards a multipolar world and the need for a new Non-Aligned Movement
The summit also marked the return of Brazil to CELAC after three years as well as of president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva who played an important role in the creation of the body.
This is the first summit of its kind within the CELAC framework; agreements were presented at the presidential summit on Tuesday
A military intervention in Haiti amid a deepening social, economic, and political crisis will not solve the problems facing the country
“Internationalism is not for us charity, nor is it propaganda. It is a principle, and all the practical actions of the MST are framed in it.” João Pedro Stedile talks about the multiple streams of struggle and solidarity that inspire and shape the largest social movement in Latin America
The People’s Summit, organized and supported by social movements throughout the continents, will begin on two days after Biden’s Summit of the Americas
Today we look at the 3rd Assembly of ALBA Movimientos, the ongoing boycott of Israeli courts by Palestinian administrative detainees, and more