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· December, 2011

Stories about Chile from December, 2011

Chile: Neighbors and Netizens Unite to Save Concon Dunes

After 20 years of struggle against the construction of a real-estate project on a delicate and unique ecosystem called the Concon Dunes, neighbors and netizens have united their voices to...

Chile: Netizens Report and React to Torres del Paine Wildfire

‘Developing Latin America': Open Data Projects

The 'Desarrollando Latin América' (Developing Latin America) competition, a public hackathon for creating technological solutions to education, security and budgetary problems in six countries in the region, took place on...

Latin America: Youth Unemployment

Chile: If You Are a Maid, Identify Yourself

Class discrimination or simple rules of a private club? A golf club's regulation forbidding maids or nannies to enter the pool zone and forcing them to dress so they can...

Chile's New Safe Driving Campaign

Chile: Twitter User Organizes Christmas Giving Event in Iquique

Chile's Urban Cycling Movements

Latin America: Social Networks Bring Recognition to Primary Recyclers

Using various social media, primary recyclers of Latin America, also known as pepenadores, cartoneros, buzos (waste pickers) or simply recyclers, have joined together in search of social inclusion and formal...

Chile: Communist Party Asks for Pablo Neruda's Exhumation

Chile: Legislation to Limit Easter Island Visitors Fails

Latin American Hackathon Seeks to Create Web Apps to Solve Social Problems

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