UNA GENEALOGIA DEI MOVIMENTI SOCIALI LATINOAMERICANI: ESPERIENZE DI RESISTENZA E PRODUZIONE DI NUOVE PRATICHE/A GENEALOGY OF LATINO-AMERICAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: EXPERIENCES OF RESISTANCE AND PRODUCTION OF NEW PRACTICES

Marta Vignola

Abstract


Since the end of the Seventies the Latin American countries have been precursor in experiencing the failure of Friedmanite theories and have endured a double form of impunity: the first one linked to human right violations, which have been committed by the dictatorships, and the other one linked to the social consequences of neoliberal economic policies. In the previous years, rarely the Latin American continent has been considered a possible case study compared to the political, economic and social strategies, which have been fielded by institutional actors and civil society. In spite of the same crisis, which is facing the West today, passed in North America “backyard” almost a decade ago. Today, we can look at current forms of resistance and struggle, from which the emergence of new modes of production and development are conceived and are leading the area to economic growth and unprecedented social.


Keywords


Neoliberalism, Anti-hegemonic Globalisation, Social Movements.

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