Latin & Central America 2017: Achievements and Threats

Day school and film screening in Manchester on 18 February.  Film Screening in Liverpool, on 19 February



There will be a day school featuring reports, film and discussion in Manchester on Saturday 18 February, 10am-4pm. 

The focus will be on Venezuela, Cuba, Brazil, Nicaragua and Colombia. 

Speakers include: Tony Lloyd, Interim Mayor of Greater Manchester, Dr Steve Ludlam, Senior Lecturer in Politics, Sheffield University, Dr Francisco Dominguez, Head of Centre for Brazillian and Latin American Studies, Middlesex University and Dr Camila Mejia from the FETSALUD health union, Nicaragua.  

The event is supported by UNISON North West, Manchester CSC, VSC and Alborada Films. 

The event will be held at Lincoln Rooms, Methodist Central Hall, Manchester, M1 1JQ

Tickets on the door, £5 waged, free unwaged.  Registration is from 9.15am

For more information please email: [email protected]

A flyer about the event is available (click here). 


Film Screenings

There will also be film screenings about South America over the weekend.

On the Saturday evening (18th), from 6pm-8.30pm there will be a double-bill of documentaries on Chile and Venezuela at the UNISON Regional Centre, Arena Point, Manchester M3 1UN. 

On the Sunday (19th), from 1pm-6.30pm there will films on Chile, Ecuador and Venezuela at the Liverpool Small Cinema, 57-59 Victoria Street, L1 6DE. 

The attached flyer contains more information about both the Manchester and Liverpool screenings. 


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