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· January, 2006

Stories about Latin America from January, 2006

31 January 2006

Mexico: Online Library of Chinese Piracy

Panama: Manuel Escala

The Caribbean Single Market

It's rare to find Caribbean bloggers across different islands talking about the same issue at the same time, but one would have thought that yesterday's historic signing in Jamaica of...

Venezuela: Notes on WSF

Recently in Peru

Here once again to share with you some of what has been published in the Peruvian blogosphere. These days the categories are somewhat mixed up. Blogs that normally post about...

Caribbean: BlogHer's site launches

Caribbean: The Taíno & Catholicism

Barbados, Venezuela: Patilla amarillo

Chilean Scout Blogs

The Scouts movement has existed in Chile for the last 96 years. This networked community has leaders that promote and share the social values of the organization. Currently, more than...

Plan Colombia and Beyond: Notes on a Senate staff trip to Colombia

Bolivia: “Washington Week in Review”

Argentina: Little Press Coverage of Chinese New Yeaer

28 January 2006

We Love Cooking!

#1: All Indian food does NOT taste the same! From the UK, We all live downstream explains this popular belief that find its roots in the lack of adventurous spirit...

Revolutionary Awareness in the WSF

Bloggers attending the World Social Forum in Caracas have been speaking out with constructive criticisms on organizational pitfalls. Issues related to transportation, the youth camp facilities, and information problems have...

27 January 2006

There is No Festival in Cartagena

The following is an abbreviated translation of a post originally written in Spanish by Colombian journalist, Efraim Medina Reyes at Blogscolombia.com. In the most recent issue of the magazine, Arcadia,...

Youth WSF collective blog

Puerto Rico: Taking the mickey out of a PSA

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