Fionuala Cregan is based in Argentina and currently works as South American Chaco Program Officer with the Church World Service on a program focused on the recovery of ancestral territories by indigenous people in the region.
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Friday, March 11, 2016
In Latin America and Beyond, Another World Is Still Possible
For those who witnessed the collapse of Argentina in 2001 with millions of citizens taking to the streets to reject neoliberal policies, the recent presidential victory of right wing business tycoon Mauricio Macri may seem incomprehensible. And he has not disappointed. In his first two months in...
Friday, September 25, 2015
Igniting the Communal Fire: What the SDGs Could Learn from Indigenous Peoples
This weekend, world leaders gather at the United Nations in New York to endorse, to much fanfare, celebrity endorsement and self-congratulation, the new global plan for poverty: " Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development ." Otherwise known as The Sustainable Development...