The announced measures imply the violation of social and economic rights of broad sectors of the population and will exacerbate impoverishment and a social crisis that will be difficult to recover from. This type of adjustment cannot be presented as the only possible path.
On Sunday, November 5th, thousands of people came together at the Malvinas Argentinas stadium in Buenos Aires to listen, debate and dance. Among families, friends, activists, different generations and organizations, we engaged in a grand collective conversation to imagine a common future.
Narrated by journalist Noelia Barral Grigera and with the participation of analysts, social activists, and experts in economics and politics , among others, CELS is launching a podcast series on Argentina’s external debt. In six episodes, which will be available on Spotify, we delve into what debt is, its scope, and why it is important to understand the tangible consequences it has on fundamental rights such as work, health, and education.
Candidates will be admitted from July 10 to September 15, 2023. The award is inspired by the life and work of a founding member of CELS.
With Lef Nawel, Juan Ruocco, Dina Sánchez, Ángela Urondo Raboy, and Paula Litvachky on stage, before a full audience, we delved into the debates put forth in the new book published by CELS and Siglo XXI.
Celebrations and debates will mark the 40th anniversary of Argentina’s democracy on December 10. From CELS, we are proposing content and spaces for participation to foster the collective momentum to navigate the challenges we are facing today.
Shifting to local community funding is possible in Latin America, as our incipient experience shows. Can more organizations make such similar shifts in a sustainable way?