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Sally Seward · June, 2013

Sally is a Spanish to English translator from Colorado, USA. She has lived in Spain and Egypt, and currently resides in Quito, Ecuador. She loves everything that has to do with language and culture and loves being able to make stories from the Spanish-speaking world available in English!

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Latest posts by Sally Seward from June, 2013

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Experts and Citizens Discuss ‘Free Culture’ in Quito, Ecuador

  17 June 2013

The Second International Congress on Free Culture was held in Quito, Ecuador, focusing on universal access to knowledge, artistic and cultural creation, the administration of culture, collective production, open access to scientific works, the use of alternative licenses, new teaching models, and the benefits for the people.

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Peru: Four Years Since the Indigenous Protests in Bagua

  13 June 2013

June 5, 2013, marked the passage of four years since the events in Bagua, the protests of indigenous communities in the Amazon against legislative rulings detrimental to their interests. In this post we summarize the current situation and some opinions about it, along with the ways in which these four years were commemorated.

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