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“Bolivia, the End of a Cycle?” Speakers Series: Reflections on the Political Crisis, the Pandemic, and What Comes Next

December 2, 2020 at 6:00 PM


Want to know what’s next for Bolivia, following the historic elections in October, but not sure where to go for analysis? We´ve got you covered with our final talk in the series “Bolivia, the end of a cycle?

Please help us spread the word and join us on WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 2 at 18:00EDT, as our panelists give us their take on what’s comes next.  

Our guest speakers will give presentations on the “A new political cycle?”:  

  • Maria Galindo, Anarcofeminist from Mujeres Creando, Radio Deseo La Paz
  • Luis Claros, Professor and Researcher, Universidad Mayor San Andrés, La Paz
  • Carlos Macusaya, Grupo JichhaModerated by:
  • Cristina Rojas, Director of the Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University

Our first four panels were a definite success! The videos are available in Spanish here:

 Please be sure to register here on Eventbrite.  * those of you who are using the old link, it will not work for Wednesday’s panel due to security concerns so please be sure to register again.

Presentations will be in Spanish with English interpretation made available (please indicate if you require it upon registering – add-ons). Free and open to the public.

Sponsored by: Americas Policy Group Canada (APG-GOPA) | Atlantic Regional Solidarity Network | Bolivian Studies Journal | Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) |Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC)| Postgrado en Ciencias del Desarrollo, CIDES-UMSA | Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University |Department of Political Science, Carleton University| Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University | Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Carleton University | New Brunswick Media Co-op| Department of Political Science, Carleton University | Radio Deseo – La Paz