A wave of left victories has brought progressive leaders to power across Latin America, but they still face deep challenges and undemocratic threats from the far-right.
Labour and Latin American Sovereignty – Dr Francisco Dominguez
The left has elected presidents in Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Honduras, Peru, Chile, and now in Colombia, but... is still subjected to hostile acts of aggression by the US and its Atlantic accomplices, including the UK.
¡Viva la solidaridad! Latin America’s Left Leads the Way
A special international line-up was joined by hundreds of solidarity activists for "¡Viva la solidaridad! Latin America's Left Leads the Way" - a celebration of progressive victories across the region.
¡Viva la solidaridad! Latin America’s left leads the way
Chile, Colombia, Honduras, Mexico & Bolivia have shown a resurgence in progressive politics, with Brazil set to do the same. Read the call for solidarity with these leading movements for change.
Colombia election: a victory for peace and human rights
Gustavo Petro is the new president of Colombia. The country’s new vice-president is Francia Márquez, the first African-Colombian woman to hold the role. They received strong backing from young people, women, ethnic minorities, trade unions and the pro-peace movement.
Colombia’s New Dawn? – Justice for Colombia
Colombians head to the polls this Sunday for a presidential election that will determine the country’s political trajectory for the next four years.
ITUC demands free and fair presidential elections in Colombia
The ITUC has expressed its deep concern over serious allegations of illegal interference in the electoral process by employers in Colombia.