Bristol Latin America Forum is an annual event held in Bristol on Latin American politics, society and culture. The Forum comprises of workshops, film, a panel discussion, dance, music, food and in 2008 for the first time closed with a World Cafe process.

It is organised by local grassroots Latin American solidarity groups, some of whom form part of larger national and international organisations and networks. It is not for profit, horizontally organised and we welcome your participation.

This blog began as a means of publicising and web-streaming the Forum in 2008 and is now a space for Bristol - Latin America related information all year round. See previous posts for details of last the 2008 Forum and video clips of the event. If you want to publicise an event please email the blog moderator.


4th Bristol Latin America Forum: 25th April 2009

Following the unquestioned success of the Bristol Latin American Forum in previous years we are pleased to announce that the 4th Bristol Latin American Forum 2009 will take place on Saturday 25th April, 10am – 5pm at the University of Bristol Faculty of Arts, 3-5 Woodland Road.

With keynote speakers, talks, workshops, and discussions on issues across Latin America, this event will also celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Cuban revolution. Further details to follow in due course.

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