Tag Archives: politics

Bolivia Feb 2016 Referendum What do the results really mean?

Panel Discussion Dr. John Crabtree Research Associate, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford Alberto Souviron Bolivian digital media specialist / journalist with social media background Thursday 25 February 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Senate House, Bloomsbury Room G35, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Tickets: Non-members £8, Members £6, Students (with valid ID) £5 Reserve via email.

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Bolivia March 2015 Subnational Election Results in Perspective

Panel Discussion Dr. John Crabtree Research Associate, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford Dr. Jeffery Webber Senior Lecturer School of Politics & International Relations, Queen Mary University of London Alberto Souviron Bolivian digital media specialist / journalist with social media background Tuesday 28 April 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Senate House, Bedford Room G37, Malet

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Katari and the Seacoast during the Bolivian Gas War

Sue Iamamoto PhD Candidate, School of Politics and International Relations Queen Mary University of London Capes / Brazil Thursday 19 March 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Torrington Room (104), First Floor Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Glass of wine, refreshments and nibbles included                      

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The Political Economy of Bolivia Since 2006

Dr. Jeffery Webber Senior Lecturer School of Politics and International Relations Queen Mary University of London Thursday 29 January 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Bedford Room (G37), Ground Floor Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Tickets: £10 members, £12 non-members, £6 students Glass of wine, refreshments and nibbles included. Send email for booking. Email:anglobolivian@gmail.com  

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How do Social media reflect Bolivia’s political process

Alberto Souviron Digital media specialist with a strong background in social media and online journalism.* Thursday 11 December 18:00 for 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Bedford Room (G37), Ground Floor Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Email: anglobolivian@gmail.com Latin America is one of the most active regions in social media and Bolivia is a good

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