Latin America 2019 announced for 23 November

Saturday 23 November, 10am-5pm, Friends House, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ.

Get tickets here – RSVP, share & invite friends on Facebook here

With: Tereza Campello – Brazil’s Minister of Social Development & the Fight against Hunger during the government of Dilma Rousseff // Teresita Vicente, Cuban Ambassador // Loria Dixon Brautigam, Nicaraguan FSLN MP // Guisell Morales-Echaverry, Nicaraguan Ambassador // Rocio Maneiro, Venezuelan Ambasador // Edgardo Llano General Secretary, Argentinian Air Transport Union //Fidel Narváez, Former diplomat, Ecuador // Julia Felmanas, Brazilian Workers’ Party // Gabriel Rodriguez, ITF, Argentina // Manuel Bueno, Bolivian trade unionist // Michael Campbell Hooker, Nicaragua Sandanista Youth // Javier Espinal Honduran Muralist & more guests from across Latin America to be confirmed.

Plus: Richard Burgon MP // Dan Carden MP // Karen Lee MP // Enrique Santiago Romero, Member of Spanish Parliament // Victoria Brittain, Writer // Geoffrey Robertson QC // Mariela Kohon, TUC // Diana Holland, Unite // Doug Nicholls, GFTU // Keith Bolender, author // Dr. Lauren Collins // Dr. Emily Morris // Pablo Navarette, Alborada // Georgia Platman, Former TELESUR journalist // Tony Burke Brazil Solidarity Initiative // Dr. Grace Livingstone, Academic // David Raby, author, ‘Democracy & Revolution’ // Adrian Weir, Unite // Christine Blower, NEU // Marcus Barnett, International Officer, Young Labour // Lara McNeill Youth Rep Labour NEC // Steve Turner Assistant General Secretary Unite The Union // Ben Chacko Editor Morning Star // Claudia Webbe Labour Party NEC // Ronan Burtenshaw Editor, Tribune // Artin Giles, London Young Labour // Sue Branford, Latin America Bureau // Murad Qureshi Stop the War Coalition // Rob Miller, CSC // Dr Francisco Dominguez, VSC // Bernard Regan, CSC // Kate Hudson, CND // Ken Livingstone // Salma Yaqoob // Mike Jackson, Lesbians & Gays support the Miners.

More than 50 speakers from across the globe will address around 30 seminars and plenaries, discussing the current political and social realities in Latin America and the Caribbean, and the threat many face from reactionary forces both internally and from the United States government under Donald Trump. The Latin America Conference provides a great opportunity to meet with campaigners and country experts and enjoy films, stalls, and debate.

Tickets £10 waged/ £8 unwaged here . Or call 020 7490 5715

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