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Micaela Ovelar

Political scientist and international adviser, Argentine-Venezuelan scholar, feminist and social activist. Micaela has a B.A. in Political Science, a Masters in International Relations; with studies in issues of gender, government, democracy, and the state. She was the international relations adviser of president Hugo Chavez and has worked with the Venezuelan government for the last 15 years.She is also an independent journalist, producer, and in Film & TV Direction from EMPA (Venezuela). She was a producer and commentator at Radio Alba Ciudad (Caracas). Micaela worked as translator and transcriptionist on “South of the Border” by Oliver Stone, archival research on “Silvio Rodríguez. My first calling” by Catherine Murphy, and as a journalist for “Correo del Alba.” (Bolivia-Venezuela).

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Brazil chooses 2022: The numbers and more…

Brazil chooses 2022: The numbers and more…

Continuity of Bolsonarism or the return of Lula?
Brazil will deem priority to Africa

Brazil will deem priority to Africa

Brazil's coming foreign policy in case of an electoral victory of Lula da Silva.
Working class and trade unions in the context of the Brazilian presidential elections

Working class and trade unions in the context of the Brazilian presidential elections

Exclusive interview with Eliane Bandeira, President of the Unified Workers’ Central (CUT-SINTE/RN)
Past and future of the Alba Movements

Past and future of the Alba Movements

Joel Suárez, General Coordinator of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Center (CMMLK) in Havana, on the sidelines of the III. Continental Assembly of the Alba Movements
III. Continental Assembly of ALBA-Movements

III. Continental Assembly of ALBA-Movements

ALBA-Movements are being the voice for over 400 social, rural, feminist, indigenous, urban and student organisations from more than 23 countries of the American continent, as well as allied movements in Africa, Asia, Europe, and Oceania.
Lula’s Presidential Campaign: Launch of the Popular Committees of Struggle

Lula’s Presidential Campaign: Launch of the Popular Committees of Struggle

The role of Popular Struggle Committees in the Brazilian elections and beyond.
Facing the “worst crisis in the history of Brazil”

Facing the “worst crisis in the history of Brazil”

Interview with João Pedro Stédile.
Lula is coming back

Lula is coming back

Impressions from an 18-hour bus trip in Brazil and more.
Argentina reaches an agreement with the IMF

Argentina reaches an agreement with the IMF

All the details of Argentina’s agreement with the International Monetary Fund
Argentine President Fernández to visit Russia, China and Barbados

Argentine President Fernández to visit Russia, China and Barbados

Informing about the trip's agenda, Argentine President's stand will make the US, UK and Europe feel "quite uncomfortable", argues the author
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