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· December, 2008

Stories about Argentina from December, 2008

Americas: A Look Back at 2008

In 2008, the Latin American team from Global Voices helped add context and helped highlight voices of bloggers that wrote about the numerous news stories that took place across the...

Argentina: Top 10 Taxi Driver Recommended Restaurants of 2008

Layne Mosler has been documenting her taxi rides in Buenos Aires, where she asks the driver to take her to their favorite restaurants. She lists her Top 10 favorite recommendations...

Israel: Kibbutz Features Argentinean Murals

Israeli Mom describes her visit to Kibbutz Or HaNer, which is special for its large scale murals created by Argentinean artists Daniela Almeida and Jose Kura. “During 2007, Kura and...

Cuba, U.S.A.: Lat Am & Caribbean Leaders Meet

“You could call it the independence summit”: The Cuban Triangle takes a look at the meeting of Latin American and Caribbean leaders in Brazil, adding that it “seems to have...

Argentina: Human Rights Declaration

Efrain Espinoza of Artepolitica [es] reflects on the 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of the Universal Human Rights and its role in Argentina.

Argentina: Strange Case of Gerez Forgotten by the Public

In Argentina, Esteban Grinberg of De Todo Un Poco [es] writes that the disappearance and strange reappearance of Luis Gerez has been forgotten by the general public nearly 2 years...

Argentina: Patricia Pérez Candidate for Nobel Peace Prize

Patricia Pérez, an HIV positive woman living in Argentina is a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the Network of Women Living with AIDS writes El...

Video:What image opened your eyes to human rights?

The sixtieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is on December 10th, and Witness' The Hub team has put together a video that responds to the question: What...

Argentina: Closing of Restaurants in Buenos Aires

Many restaurants in Buenos Aires have had to close due to the decrease in international tourists writes Jorge Gobbi of Blog de Viajes [es].

HIV & AIDS: Creative awareness raising campaigns

We bring you a Christian Church that raps in Spanish against Drugs and AIDS, correct male condom usage in El Salvador, a Peruvian campaign using modified Tarot cards to tell...

Argentina: Building Preservation Law Set to Expire

Rodrigo Ruiz Ciancia of Basta de Demoler [es], a blog dedicated to the preservation of historical buildings in Buenos Aires, writes about a Preservation Law that is set to expire...

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