International Course · State, Politics and Democracy in Latin America

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A free online course aimed at militants and social activists, public officials, teachers, university students, researchers, trade unionists, leaders of political and non-governmental organizations, press workers and anyone interested in the challenges of democracy in America Latin America and the Caribbean.

ONLINE: Futures of the Past · First Panel Discussion

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The panelists will address the futures of the past from very different sources: popular imaginations of Buenos Aires at the beginning of the 20th century reflected in illustrated magazines, contrasted with the imaginations of experts in urban planning; the conception of space-time in Quechua culture and how this questions linear views of time; and, in a shift in focus, the reimagining of the early 21st century from hypothetical interviews conducted in 2066.

Online: Digital City: Emerging Territories and Unfulfilled Rights

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This bilingual publication (Spanish and English) identifies and analyzes claims published on a selection of digital platforms by individuals and social groups from the most vulnerable neighbourhoods located south of Buenos Aires city.

Launch of the book La vulnerabilidad ante la incertidumbre

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Launch of the book Vulnerability to Uncertainty. The situation of the child and adolescent population in Paraguay during the COVID-19 pandemic. (La vulnerabilidad ante la incertidumbre. La situación de la población infantil y adolescente en Paraguay durante la pandemia de COVID-19.)

Futures of the Past · Second Panel Discussion

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In this second discussion on the history of the future, academics from the Temporalidades del Futuro group: Lorena López, José Francisco Hernández, Lasse Hölck and Stefan Rinke, will participate: Comments will be offered by Martín Groisman and Margarita Gutman.

Book Launch · The Walls of Santiago

Amphitheater 404, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 W. 12th Street, New York, NY

Terri Gordon-Zolov and Eric Zolov—who were in Santiago to witness and document the protests from their very beginnings—offer a vivid catalog of Chilean wall art, along with reflections on its artistic antecedents, the context of global protest movements, and the long shadow cast by Chile’s authoritarian past.