LASC Blog

The LASC Blog is a great way to stay up-to-date with all the latest in Latin American affairs, and is updated regularly with posts covering a range of voices, opinions and subjects. We particularly seek to highlight actors and perspectives not typically found in mainstream media.

Guest Blogs can be submitted by all LASC members and supporters, with more details available here.

Please note that the views expressed in the LASC Blog are exclusively those of the authors unless otherwise stated, and do not necessarily reflect those of LASC and its members.

Blog Posts

Domestic abuse knows no borders and regardless of where you are from or what your cultural background or religion is,
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nYqangEAL8As part of LASC’s work on our strategic objective of broadening the scope of Spanish language education in Ireland we
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[Español abajo - Spanish below] Dublin, Ireland. 2nd June 2021 Dear Minister for Enterprise, Trade & Employment Leo Varadkar and
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In the past, LASC was able to organise some much needed fundraising at live events. These funds would allow flexibility
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Por: Hernán Tena Cortés@Hernan_Tena  English below / Inglés abajo Colombia es un país encantador, caracterizado por la amabilidad de sus
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LASC is currently developing a project along with the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission on a series of workshops
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We understand obstetric violence as violence of a sexual nature that directly threatens the dignity, integrity and autonomy of women
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By Rute Alonso It has no been easy to be a lesbian in Brazil. The non-governmental Grupo Gay da Bahia (GGB),
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By Sahar Hussein, LASC Education Officer 2019-2020 As part as my work in the Latin American Solidarity Centre (LASC) I
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An international group of researchers, led by the University of Oxford and the Nature Conservancy, has concluded that an upcoming
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Español abajo Smallholders’ lands and harvests at risk due to COVID The difficulties faced by rural communities prior to the
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Español abajo The situation for Honduras’s LGBTQI+ community was already critical before the current health emergency, but the arrival of
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