Chilean movements and parties have continued campaigning in order to urge the citizens to vote in favor of a new Constitution
On the Day of the Young Combatant, Chileans commemorated the victims of the US-backed military dictatorship with a virtual candle light mobilization on social media
Members of the political parties will campaign to urge people to vote for a new Constitution and a Constitutional Convention, highlighting the need to end the current constitution drafted during the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet
Chilean protesters took over 61st Viña del Mar International Song Festival to protest against the right-wing government and its neoliberal economic policies
Jorge Mora, a football fan and a social activist, was run over by a national police truck outside a football stadium in Santiago
In this episode, we also take a look at the protests in Poland.
Enduring heavy police and military repression for two months, Chileans stand firm in their demand for a new inclusive constitution
A national strike was held on Tuesday November 12 to continue demands for a National Constituent Assembly and for the resignation of Piñera
He symbolized the idea that art and progressive politics should converge to strengthen people’s resistance. To this day, Jara’s resistance remains an inspiration for peoples’ movements across the world.
In this special episode of Around the World in 8 minutes, we look at the anniversary of the 1973 coup in Chile that overthrew Salvador Allende and led to large-scale human rights violations and assassinations.
The US-backed coup d’état against Salvador Allende was carried out on September 11, 1973
Participants of the annual march to remember the victims of the last dictatorship were attacked by Police with tear gas and water cannons