Carole Concha Bell, a member of the Chile Solidarity Network, told Byline Times: “As A Chilean, daughter of exiles from the Pinochet era, living in the UK it is disappointing to know that the UK has a license to export crowd control weapons to Chile, particularly when they are being used within the context of brutal,… Continue reading British Arms Sales Aiding Repression in Chile.
The UK group comprising students and assemblies representing universities and Chilean Cabildos & Chile Solidarity Network, have been campaigning against recent human rights abuses in Chile since social unrest broke out on October 18th 2019, over social disparity in one of Latin America’s richest, yet most unequal countries.
With the referendum to vote on a new constitution at the forefront of the minds of many Chileans, Chile Today talked to Chileans living abroad in the UK to find out how they are reacting to the upcoming referendum. What do they think about voting in the referendum? How are their lives affected by the situation in… Continue reading Chileans Abroad and the Upcoming Referendum
There’s a cascade of colour throughout Chile’s capital as people occupy street corners and flow onto the central avenue. Their cries are backed by a chorus of banging pots and pans from surrounding buildings, the traditional cacerolazo protest. Yet Santiago is marked by violence of the night before: the smell of teargas clings to the concrete, the… Continue reading How the Chilean uprising reawakened international solidarity
La exmandataria concedió una entrevista a estudiantes en Inglaterra, además de recibir una carta de la comunidad chilena local sobre la situación que se vive en el país. https://www.latercera.com/politica/noticia/michel-bachelet-situacion-chile-estoy-preocupada-neutra-objetiva-e-imparcial-alta-comisionada/910468/