León Gieco & Roger Waters

Ramona Medina from RLS partner La Garganta Poderosa, who had denounced the lack of water in Villa 31 in early May, died weeks later. Two musical homages.

Gerhard Dilger

Feminist practices in conversation

A debate on what a feminist internationalism can look like - with contrubutions from Uruguay, Senegal, Germany, the U.S. and India.


#VampireTreaty EU-Mercosur

A very pertinent debate on the likely impacts of the EU-Mercosur trade agreement which will be transmitted on Friday 5 June at 8 p.m. CEST.

RLS Buenos Aires

Chileans are not only concerned about the costs of the resulting crisis in terms of lives, jobs, and small enterprises. With the large declines of the global financial markets, their pensions are also at stake.

10 perspectives on contemporary feminism

A publication with perspectives brought together on the workshop "Feminist Encounters" at the Feminist Futures Festival in autumn 2019 in Essen, Germany

Various authors

From Mariátegui to today's popular struggles

Ultimately, if we are sure of one thing it is that the coming revolutions in the Global South will be for the conquest of bread, but also for the flowering of roses.

Hernán Ouviña

EU’s “vampire treaty” with Mercosur

Why is the far-right climate change denier Bolsonaro, with his desire to decimate Brazil’s rainforests in record time, supposed to be a strategic partner for a democratic Europe?

Gerhard Dilger

Indigenous rights

Indigenous peoples have endured the enforcement of despicable, fascist, predatory and devastating policies in their territories.

RLS Sao Paulo

Sabotage of South-South integration

Colombia's impending withdrawal has left UNASUR on the edge of collapse. Why has the organization continued to struggle?

Gabriel Gonzalez