Newsletter 12/2020

Feminists around the world are fighting for their right on (bodily) autonomy.

The Green Wave

Verónica Gago, of the Ni Una Menos collective interviews Martha Rosenberg, psychoanalyst and longtime feminist activist who had been fundamental in the campaign since its beginnings. They discuss Rosenberg’s new book, as well as the genealogy of the struggle for women’s reproductive rights in Argentina.

Verónica Gago

An interview with Tariq Ali

"I said to John that I like 'Imagine' and that it might touch people but it is a bit too sugary and I prefer 'Working class hero', which is an absolutely wonderful song, and he said: So do I, I prefer that too".

By Gerhard Dilger

Agroecology in Argentina

Diego Montón: " Our agriculture brings genuine employment to the countryside and seeks a balance with nature".

Federico Hauscarriaga

Rural Migrants

A journey to people who have neither voice nor workers' rights, and who suffer from conditions that predate the current pandemic.

Fernando Ruffa

Agricultural Colonies

"Why is it such a deep taboo to discuss agrarian reform; to talk about land in Argentina?" asks Rosalía Pellegrini of the Unión de Trabajadorxs de la Tierra (The Union for Land workers, UTT).

Facundo Cuesta

Views from the South

"When we promote transparency about EU-Mercosur, explaining the consequences of th vampire treaties, they are doomed".

Verónica Ocvirk

A neocolonial project

In light of the obvious systemic crisis, the top priority for both Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron is now saving the neoliberal EU.

Gerhard Dilger