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A film on Bolivia "Cocalero"

Wednesday, 14 January 2009, 11:10 am | Latin America Solidarity Committee

The 86-minute documentary centers on how the U.S. war on drugs imposed a terrible cost from the people in Bolivia who have been growing coca leaves for legitimate purposes for hundreds of years and how Bolivian farmers formed a union to respond ... More >>

Venezuelan Charge d'Affaires in Wgtn. This Weekend

Monday, 10 March 2008, 6:06 pm | Latin America Solidarity Committee

Nelson Davila, Venezuelan Charge d'Affaires for New Zealand, Australia and Fiji is having a public meeting at Newtown Community Centre on Saturday 15th March, at 8.30pm. Latin American Committee President Paul Bruce says this is a unique opportunity for ... More >>

Illegitimate Mexican President not welcome in NZ

Friday, 7 September 2007, 10:22 am | Latin America Solidarity Committee

In line with the NZ government's commitment to human rights, the NZ Latin American Solidarity Committee is calling on the NZ government to raise the issue of human rights in Oaxaca with President Calderon who is visiting New Zealand. More >>

Mexican Government Must Act On HR in Atenco

Sunday, 28 May 2006, 10:49 pm | Latin America Solidarity Committee

The time has come for the Mexican police to be held accountable for their actions. A spokesperson for the Latin America Solidarity Committee, Elliot O'Brien, called for Mexican President Vicente Fox to honour his word by freeing the prisoners, bringing ... More >>

Mayday Colombia - a film on human rights

Tuesday, 22 February 2005, 10:00 am | Latin America Solidarity Committee

Mayday Colombia - a film on human rights and life in Colombia Friday 4 March at 7pm NZ Community Trust mediatheatre The Film Archive crn Taranaki and Ghuznee Streets Wellington Rating Exempt Tickets $6 Unwaged, $8 Waged More >>

Eyewitness Account Of Events In Buenos Aires

Friday, 21 December 2001, 2:00 pm | Latin America Solidarity Committee

President de la rua of Argentina has just resigned following protests at massive spending cuts imposed by IMF. New Zealander Catherine Cecilia has shared her reactions to events during the last days in chronological order. More >>


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