Soy is the main export and source of foreign currency in Argentina. But it is also a source of controversy in the areas where it is spreading, such as in Cordoba, where citizen mobilisation has put an end to Monsanto’s plans to open a plant in the province.
During the Brazilian dictatorship of 1964-1985 “companies and the dictatorial regime worked hand in hand, within and outside the factories, to prevent workers from organising and defending their rights”
Poetry and women are transforming neighbourhoods of Sao Paulo, South America’s biggest city and one of its most unequal and violent
Brazil’s state broadcaster is the latest target of the country’s unelected president Michel Temer
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- Indigenous peoples in Latin America fight to safeguard their knowledge
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