Latin American Working Group (LAWG) Library

The Latin American Working Group was a research, solidarity organization formed in Toronto, Ontario in 1966. It was created in direct response to the 1965 U.S. invasion of the Dominican Republic. Its aim was to educate Canadians on the socio-economic realities of the people of Latin America and to support their struggles for social justice. LAWG focussed its research on Canada’s role in the region with special emphasis on Canadian aid policies and the role of multinational corporations. LAWG published their research in their quarterly LAWG LETTER. With the Jesuit Centre for Social Faith and Justice, LAWG co-published the Central America Update. LAWG worked in solidarity with the Canadian churches, trade unions, a wide variety of other non-governmental and grass roots organizations to raise public awareness and to lobby for changes in Canadian government policies.

Through the course of its research initiatives, LAWG collected an impressive range of publications from Latin America, Canada as well as other sources, and made these materials available to the public through the creation of a library. The library also consisted of extensive country files with emphasis on countries reflecting the focus of LAWG’s research over the years. For the period of the late ‘60s there is more material on the Dominican Republic and Brazil. Later military coups in Chile and Argentina and events in Central America provided a catalyst for the growth of materials from these countries.

LAWG also acted as a depository for materials from other organizations including the Inter-Church Committee on Human Rights in Latin America (ICCHRLA) and the Jesuit Centre for Social Faith and Justice. At a time before the internet when information was not as easy to find as it is now, the materials gathered by these organizations played a crucial role in educating Canadians and mobilizing support for the struggles in Latin America.

What follows is a box list of the vertical files and periodicals from the countries of Latin America that were collected by LAWG. Other periodicals have been inter-filed into the CERLAC resource centre.

Argentina

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Argentina – General

  • History

Argentina – Economy

  • Peronist Government 1970-1977
  • General Jorge Videla 1976-1981
  • General Roberto Viola 1981
  • General Leopoldo Galtieri 1981-1982
  • General Reynaldo Bignone 1982-1983
  • President Raul Alfonsin 1983-1989
  • President Carlos Menem 1989-1993
  • Agriculture 1973-1992
  • Debt 1974-1992
  • Energy – Nuclear 1976-1991
  • Foreign Investment 1975-1991
  • Forestry 1972-1983
  • Industry 1973-1990
  • Industry – Automobile 1976-1987
  • Industry – Arms 1982-1990
  • Mining – 1977-1992
  • Oil and Gas – 1975-1993

Argentina – Human Rights

  • 1972-1975
  • General Jorge Videla 1976-1981
  • Adolfo Perez Esquivel – Noble Peace Prize 1980
  • 1982-1983
  • President Raul Alfonsin 1983-1988
  • President Carlos Menem 1989-1992
  • Anti-Communist Alliance (Triple A) 1974-1989
  • Anti-Semitism and Nazis in Argentina 1976-1994
  • Anti-Semitism – Jacobo Timerman 1977-1999
  • Amnesty International 1976-1984
  • Boletin CADHU – Comision Argentina de Derechos Humanos (France) 1978-81

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Argentina - Human Rights (continued)

  • Centre Argentine d’Information et Solidarite (France) 1976-1982
  • Children 1985-1992
  • Detention Camps – Amnesty Report 1980
  • Disappeared 1976-1981
  • Disappeared 1982
  • Disappeared 1983
  • Disappeared 1984-1989
  • Families of the Disappeared 1977-1983
  • Indigenous Peoples 1975-1990
  • Liga Argentina por los Derechos Humanos 1977-1984
  • Mass Media 1974-1984
  • Political Prisoners 1976-1986
  • Refugees 1975-1983

Argentina - International Relations

  • General 1977-1990
  • Africa 1977-1988
  • Brazil 1975-1992
  • Canada 1975-1979
  • Canada – Sale of Candu Reactor 1972-1985
  • Canada 1984-1993
  • Canada – Trade 1973-1984
  • Canada – Refugees 1976-1990
  • Chile 1976-1984
  • Latin America 1976-1985
  • Malvinas 1976-1984
  • Malvinas – War With Britain 1982
  • Malvinas – Post Falklands War 1982-
  • Soviet Union 1976-1986
  • United States 1973-1980
  • United States 1981-1993

Argentina - Labour [See also: LAWG Labour Reports]

  • General 1969-1983
  • General 1983-1988
  • General 1989-1990
  • Confederacion General de Trabajadores (CGT) 1973-1983
  • International Labour Organizations 1977-1981
  • Repression 1973-1983 – Struggles 1969-1983

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Argentina - Political

  • 1969-1972
  • Peronism 1972-1974
  • Peronism 1975-1992
  • Peronism – Isabel Peron 1974-1976
  • Peronism Aftermath 1976-1985
  • Military Regime - General Jorge Videla 1976-1981
  • Military Regime - General Roberto Viola 1981
  • Military Regime – General Leopoldo Galtieri 1981-1982
  • Military Regime – General Reynaldo Bignone 1982-1983
  • Elections October 30, 1983
  • President Raul Alfonsin 1983-1989
  • Elections 1989
  • President Carlos Saul Menem 1989-1993
  • Military 1975-1992
  • Peronismo Autentico 1975-1978
  • Revolutionary Movements 1970-1975
  • Revolutionary Movements 1976-1981
  • Revolutionary Organizations – Partido Revolucionario de Trabajadores (PRT) and its military wing Ejercito Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP) 1973-
  • Revolutionary Organizations – Montoneros 1974-1989

Argentina - Church/Culture

  • Church 1971-1976
  • Church 1976-1983
  • Church 1984-1992
  • Culture 1973-1992
  • Education 1976-1990
  • Health 1976-1992
  • Housing 1971-1991
  • Women 1976-1992
  • World Cup 1978

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Argentina - Solidarity

  • Canada – General 1978, 1985
  • Canada – Association of Solidarity with Argentinian People (ASAP) 1983
  • Comite d’information de solidarite avec le people argentin 1977, 1980
  • Canada – Group of Defense of Civil Rights in Argentina (GDCRA) 1975-1989
  • Canada – No CANDU for Argentina Committee 1979-1982, 2009
  • Canada – Latin American Working Group (LAWG)
  • Europe 1976-1981
  • Latin America
  • United States – Solidarity Committee with the Argentine People (SCAP) 1976-1977
  • “Argentina Outreach”

Bolivia

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Bolivia – General

  • Children 1986-1989
  • Church 1970-1975
  • Church 1976-1990
  • Church – Repression 1980
  • Culture 1983-1992
  • Education
  • Health
  • History 1971-1985

Bolivia – Economy

  • Gen. Hugo Banzer 1971-1978
  • Gen. David Padilla Arancibia December 1978
  • Gen. Luis Garcia Meza 1980
  • Pres. Hernan Siles Zuazo 1982-1985
  • Pres. Victor Paz Estenssoro 1985-1989
  • Pres. Jaime Paz Zamora 1989-1993
  • Agriculture and Agrarian Reform 1977-1991
  • Cocaine 1977-1991
  • Debt 1976-1989
  • Mining 1970-1992
  • Mining – Tin 1970-1986
  • Oil and Gas 1973-1981

Bolivia – Human Rights

  • Gen. Hugo Banzer 1971-1978
  • Cochabamba 1974 & 1980
  • Gen. Luis Garcia Meza 1980-1982
  • Gen. Hernan Siles Zuazo 1982-1985
  • Pres. Victor Paz Estenssoro 1985-1989
  • Pres. Jaime Paz Zamora 1990
  • Comite de Solidaridad por los Derechos Humanos en Bolivia 1980-1981
  • Indigenous People 1976-1991
  • Mass Media 1976-1980
  • Nazi War Criminals 1982-1987

Bolivia – International Relations

  • Brazil
  • Canada 1976-1979
  • Canada 1980-1992
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1973-1990
  • Chile 1976-1987
  • Latin America
  • South African emigration 1976-1979
  • United States 1968-1991

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Bolivia – Labour

  • General and Strikes 1972-1992
  • CLAT in Bolivia 1979
  • Central Obrera Boliviana (COB) 1969-1987
  • Federacion Sindical de Trabajadores Mineros de Bolivia (FSTMB) 1974-1984

Bolivia – Politics

  • General 1970-1979
  • Gen. Rene Barrientos Artuno 1969
  • Gen. Alfredo Ovando Candia 1969-1970
  • Gen. Hugo Banzer 1971-1978
  • Elections and Coups 1978- 1979
  • Pres. Lidia Gueiler and Pre- Elections 1979-1980
  • Coup July 1980
  • Post-coup 1980 analysis
  • Post-coup Resistance 1980
  • Gen. Luis Garcia Meza 1980-1982
  • Gen. Celso Torrelio Villa 1981-1982
  • Gen. Guido Vildoso Calderon 1982
  • Pres. Hernan Siles Zuazo 1982-1985
  • Elections June 1985
  • Pres. Victor Paz Estenssoro 1985-1989
  • Pres. Jaime Paz Zamora 1989-1993
  • Military

Bolivia – Popular/Revolutionary Movements

  • Campesinos 1978-1982
  • Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR) 1972
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Guerrillas 1968-1990
  • Guerrillas – Che Guevara 1967-1987
  • Guerrillas – Tupu Katari 1975-1981
  • Students 1971-1980

Bolivia – Women

  • General 1974-1992
  • Population Control 1973-1977
  • Domitila de Barrios Chungara 1980-1981

Bolivia – Solidarity

  • Canada 1976-1988
  • Canada – Solidarity Committee with the Bolivian People 1978-1982
  • International

Brazil

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History – General

Brazil - Church

  • Church 1967-1970
  • Church 1971- 1973
  • Church 1974-1976
  • Church 1977-1979
  • Church 1980-1981
  • Church 1982-1984
  • Church 1985-1989
  • Church 1990-1992
  • Base Communities 1980-1990
  • Bishop Dom Helder Camara 1969-1988
  • Bishop Dom Pedro Casaldaliga 1977
  • Bishop of Diocese of Juazeiro 1981-1982
  • Bishop Mauro Morelli 1981, 1991
  • Church and Labour 1980-1983
  • Repression 1978

Brazil - Cities /Culture/Education/Environment

  • Cities 1972-1992
  • Culture 1982-1991
  • Culture – Literature 1974-1992
  • Education 1969-1992
  • Media
  • Theatre
  • Demography 1974-1976
  • Environment 1970-1993
  • Health 1974-1992

Brazil – Economy

  • General 1969-1973
  • General Ernesto Geisel 1974
  • Gen. Ernesto Geisel 1975
  • Gen. Ernesto Geisel 1976
  • Gen. Ernesto Geisel 1977-1978
  • Gen. Joao Baptista Figueiredo 1979-1981
  • Gen. Joao Baptista Figueiredo 1982-1983
  • Gen. Joao Baptista Figueiredo 1984

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Brazil – Economy (continued)

  • President Dr. Jose Sarney 1985-1989
  • President Fernando Collor de Mello 1989-1992
  • Agriculture – 1971-1992
  • Agrarian Reform / Landrights 1971-1998
  • Agriculture – Coffee 1975-1993
  • Amazon 1972-1981
  • Amazon 1982-1988
  • Amazon 1989-1993
  • Amazon - Murder of Chico Mendes 1988-1993
  • Arms Industry 1975-1990
  • Automotive Industry 1975-1990
  • Bank of Brazil 1975-1985
  • Banking / Bank Loans 1970-1990
  • Banking - Debt 1974-1982
  • Banking – Debt 1983-1984
  • Banking – Debt 1985-1992
  • Banking - Debt – IMF 1982-1992
  • Foreign Investment 1967-1991
  • Gasahol 1979-1990
  • Hudson Institute “Future of Brazil” Report 1978
  • Hydroelectric  Projects 1976-1992
  • Income Distribution 1972-1983
  • Industry 1969-1991
  • Ludwig, Daniel 1976-1992
  • Mendes Junior 1981-1983

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Brazil – Economy (continued)

Brazil – Economy – Mineral resources – 1967-1975

  • Mineral resources – 1975-1976
  • Mineral resources – 1977-1983
  • Mining – 1969-1975
  • Mining – 1976-1982
  • Mining – 1983-1991
  • Mining – Carajas Project – 1977-1982
  • Mining – Companhia Vale Do Rio Doce (CVRD)
  • “Miracle” – The Economic Miracle – 1971-1986
  • Northeast – 1964-1989
  • Nuclear – 1972-1977
  • Nuclear – 1978-1991
  • Oil and gas – 1972-1990
  • Poverty – 1972-1983
  • Science and technology – 1973-1990
  • Tourism – 1969-1993
  • Trade – 1970-1993
  • Transnationals – 1977-1991

Brazil - Human Rights – General – Ernesto Geisel – 1974-1978

  • General – Joao Baptista Figueiredo – 1979-1984
  • General – 1985-1993
  • Bertrand Russell Tribunal – 1973-1974
  • Children 1974-1993
  • Disappeared 1991
  • Media 1970-1990
  • Native Peoples 1969-1972
  • Native Peoples 1973-1975 (water damaged)
  • Native Peoples 1988-1989
  • Native Peoples 1990-1993

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Brazil – Human Rights (continued)

  • Political Prisoners 1972-1978
  • Refugees 1981-1985
  • Repression and Torture 1966-1970
  • Repression and Torture 1972
  • Repression and Torture 1973-1976
  • Repression and Torture 1977-1990
  • Students 1971-1979

Brazil – International Relations

  • Foreign Policy 1975-1980
  • Subimperialism 1972-1978
  • Africa 1973-1981
  • Argentina 1972-1992
  • Bolivia 1974
  • Canada 1970-1979
  • Canada 1980-1984
  • Canada 1985-1993
  • Canada – Brazil-Canada Newsletter 1978-1982
  • Canada – Foreign Aid 1973-1989
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1969-1979
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1980-1984
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1985-1990
  • Canada – International Centre for Comparative Criminology 1971-1972
  • Canada – Trade 1972-1975
  • Canada – Committee Against the Brazilian Trade Tour (CABTT) 1973-1974
  • Canada – Trade 1976-1979
  • Canada – Trade 1980-1984
  • Canada – Trade 1985-1991
  • Central America 1981-1983
  • Chile 1973
  • Japan 1974-1993
  • Latin America 1972-1993
  • Middle East 1981
  • Portugal 1974-1976
  • United States 1963-1980
  • United States – Pres. Reagan 1981-1988
  • United States – Economic Relations 1963-1991
  • U.S.S.R. 1981

Brazil – Labour

  • Labour (General) 1972-1978
  • Labour (General) 1979-1980
  • Labour (General) 1981-1982
  • Labour (General) 1983

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Brazil – Labour

  • Labour (General) 1984-1985
  • Labour (General) 1986-1991
  • Luis Ignacio da Silva (Lula) 1978-1988
  • Congresso Nacional das Classes Trabalhadoras (CONCLAT) 1983
  • Federacao dos Trabalhadores na Agricultura do Estado de Pernambuco
  • (FETAPE) 1981-1983
  • Strikes 1978-1979
  • Strikes 1980-1984
  • Trade Union Movement
  • Unemployment Riots 1983

Brazil – Political (all of these files were damaged and so discarded)

  • Elections November 1989
  • Pres. Fernando Collor de Mello 1989-1992

Brazil – Women 1970-1993

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Brazil – Solidarity

Brazil – Solidarity – Canada – 1970-1988

  • Canada – Church – 1965-1989
  • Canada – Grupo Brasil – 1983-1989
  • Canada – LAWG -- 1970-1984
  • Canada – Montreal Organizations -- 1970-1973
  • United States – Project Abraco -  – 1985-1990

Central America Region

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Central America – Church – 1980-1992

Central America – Economy – General -- 1972-1985

  • Economy -- General – 1986-1992
  • Economy -- Agriculture – 1988-1990
  • Economy – Aid (Multilateral) and IFIs  – 1981-1984
  • Economy – Bank Loans – Canada and U.S.  – 1981-1982
  • Economy – Caribbean Basin Aid Plan – 1982
  • Economy – Central American Common Market (CACM) – 1970-1984
  • Economy – Foreign Investment – 1979-1983
  • Economy – Hydro-Electric – 1987-1988
  • Economy – Mining – 1978-1981
  • Environment – 1989-1992
  • International Relations – General – 1974-1992
  • International Relations – Canada – pre-1980
  • International Relations – Canada – 1980
  • International Relations – Canada – 1981
  • International Relations – Canada – Ed Broadbent -- 1981
  • International Relations – Canada – 1982
  • International Relations – Canada – 1983
  • International Relations – Canada – MacEachen – 1983-1984
  • International Relations – Canada – 1984

 

Chile

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Pre Allende

  • Political – Pre Allende
  • International Relations with Canada (World University of Students WUSC)
  • Trade – Canadian Trade with Chile

Allende/ Popular Unity Years (1970-1973)

  • Allende, Salvador
  • Agrarian Reform
  • Aid (Pre-coup)
  • Allende’s Relations with the Left
  • Allende at the UN (1972)
  • Chile Blockade
  • Cabinet U.P. (Unidad Popular)
  • Cabinet Changes (Pre-coup)
  • Canada – Allende Years
  • Christian Democrats
  • Christian Left: Izquierda Cristiana
  • Church – Christians for Socialism
  • Communist Party
  • CIA
  • CIA – ITT Inter-relations (International Telephone and Telegraph Co)
  • ITT – Pre-coup
  • Copper
  • Copper Miners
  • Coup – June 29, 1973 [failed revolt]
  • Credit, Debt
  • Cuba
  • Culture
  • Economy – General
  • Economy – Banking
  • Economy – Black Market
  • Economy – Cost of Living
  • Economy – Devaluation
  • Economy – Food Rationing
  • Economy – Inflation
  • Education

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Allende/ Popular Unity Years (1970-1973) (continued)

  • Elections – Sept. 1970
  • Elections – 1972
  • Elections – March 1973
  • Emergency – August 1972
  • Expropriation Policy
  • Foreign Relations
  • Foreign Relations – Politica Exterior Chilena 1 – 10
  • General
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Kennecott
  • Labour
  • Mass Media
  • Middle Class
  • Military
  • Mining
  • MIR
  • Multinationals
  • Oil
  • Opposition to Allende
  • Police
  • Popular Power
  • Press Coverage
  • Shortages – Food
  • Socialist Party – Posicion
  • Solidarity
  • Soviet Union
  • Strikes
  • Trade - Canada
  • Trade – General
  • Truckers Strike
  • UNCTAD Meeting 1972 & UN
  • United States
  • Women

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Coup September 11, 1973

  • Political – Coup – Press Clippings
  • Political – Coup – Clippings Mexican Newspapers to Nov. 1973
  • Political – Coup 1973
  • Political – Coup – Canadian Solidarity
  • Political – Coup – LAWG’s immediate solidarity response
  • Political – Coup – Timothy Ross
  • Political – Coup – Death of Allende
  • Political – Coup – Hortensia Allende
  • Political – Coup – Laura Allende
  • Political – Coup – Church Response – Canadian
  • Political – Coup – Church Response – US and International
  • Political – Post-Coup Interviews & testimonies [translated]
  • Political – Post-Coup – Analysis  File 1
  • Political – Post-Coup – Analysis File 2
  • Political – Post-Coup – Analysis File 3
  • Political – Post-Coup – US Role
  • Political – Post-Coup – Radio Havana
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings
  • Political – Post-Coup – Research Notes
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – Bowden’s Wire Service
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – CENCOS
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – Inter News
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – El Mercurio
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – Montreal
  • Political – Post-Coup – Press Clippings – Prensa Latina

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Chile – Church (Post Coup)

  • Church 1973 – 1974
  • Church 1975 – 1979
  • Church 1980 – 1986
  • Church 1987 – 1990
  • Church Statements on Foreign Investment 1978
  • “La Iglesia y la dignidad del hombre sus derechos y deberes en el mundo de hoy", Simposium Internacional, Santiago de Chile, Noviembre 1978

Chile – Economy (Post Coup)

  • Economic Policy 1973
  • Economic Policy 1974
  • Economic Policy 1975
  • Economic Policy 1976
  • Economy 1977-1979
  • Economic Model – Critiques 1974-1979
  • Economy 1980 – Articles from El Mercurio
  • Economy 1980-1981
  • Economy 1982
  • Economy 1982 “Miracle or Mirage? A review of Chile’s Economic Model 1973-1980”, By Bob Carty and the Latin American Working Group (English & Spanish versions)
  • Economy 1983
  • Economy 1984
  • Economy 1985-1989
  • Economy – President Patricio Aylwin 1990-1993
  • Agriculture 1973-1979
  • Agriculture 1980-1989
  • Arms Industry
  • Arms Sales to Junta 1974-1978
  • Banks and Bank Loans 1974-1989
  • Bank Loans – World Bank 1975-1989

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Chile - Economy (continued)

Chile – Economy – Commodities

  • Cost of Living
  • Credit, Debt
  • Currency devaluation
  • Energy
  • Forestry
  • Inflation
  • Industry
  • Investing, Licensing & Trading Conditions Abroad
  • Investment (2 files)
  • Mining 1973-1979; Mining 1980-1981; Mining 1982; Mining 1983-84
  • Mining 1985-1989; Mining 1990-1992
  • Mining – Copper
  • NAFTA
  • Oil
  • Trade (General)
  • Trade – United States

Chile - Human Rights

Chile – Human Rights - 1973

  • Report on a Trip to Chile, December 1973 (Canadian)

Human Rights - 1974

  • Air Force Trials – Fair Trials Committee 1974
  • International Commission of Jurists April 1974

Human Rights – 1975

  • International Commission on Crimes of Chilean Military Junta,  1975
  • Bertrand Russell Tribunal on Repression in Latin America 1974-1975

Human Rights – 1976

Human Rights – 1997

  • Canadian Enquiry into Human Rights in Chile (Toronto, Oct. 1977)

Human Rights – 1978-1979

Human Rights – 1980

Human Rights – 1981

  • U.N. Report 1981

Human Rights – 1982

  • ICCHRLA report appendices 1982

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Chile – Human Rights (continued)

Chile – Human Rights – 1983

  • ICCHRLA 1983 report appendices
  • 1984
  • ICCHRLA 1984 report appendices
  • 1985
  • ICCHRLA 1985 report & appendices
  • 1986 & ICCHRLA report
  • 1987
  • ICCHRLA report 1987
  • 1988 – 1989
  • 1990-1993 – Pres. Patricio Aylwin
  • Amnesty International 1973-1991
  • Children 1974-1992
  • CODEPU – Cttee for the Defense of the Rights of the People
  • Comite de Cooperacion para la Paz en Chile – 1975
  • Colonia Dignidad
  • Concentration Camps
  • DINA – Direccion de Inteligencia Nacional
  • Disappeared Persons
  • Disappeared Persons – Lonquen
  • Exiles
  • Indigenous Peoples – Mapuches 1972-1979
  • Indigenous Peoples – Mapuches 1980-1985
  • Indigenous Peoples – Mapuches 1986-1989
  • Letelier/Moffitt Murders 1976-1991
  • Mass Media 1973-1988
  • Political Prisoners – General 1973-1975
  • Political Prisoners – General 1976-1993
  • Political Prisoners – Amnesty for
  • Political Prisoners – Bautista Van Schouwen
  • Political Prisoners – Campaigns for Individuals
  • Political Prisoners – Clergy
  • Political Prisoners – Luis Corvalan
  • Political Prisoners – Dossier sur la Repression au Chili 1975

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Chile – Human Rights (continued)

Chile – Human Rights – Political Prisoners – Journalists & Artists 1974-1986

  • Political Prisoners – The 119
  • Political Prisoners - Non-Chileans
  • Political Prisoners - Politicians
  • Pratt, General Carlos
  • Refugees (General) 1973-1988 (some for exile file)
  • Refugees – Europe (some for exile file)
  • Refugees – Latin America
  • Refugees – United States
  • Repression – Medical Personnel
  • Repression – Southern Chile
  • Students 1975-1976
  • Testimonies
  • Torture

Chile – International Relations (post-coup)

  • International – General 1973
  • Africa/Asia
  • Africa, South
  • Andean Pact
  • Argentina
  • Canada September - December 1973
  • Canada – Ambassador Ross Statements
  • Canada 1974-1979
  • Canada 1980-1984
  • Canada 1984-1992
  • Canada – Aid 1973-1989
  • Canada – Bank Loans 1973-1984
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1973-1989
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1990-1993
  • Canada – Refugees 1973-1974
  • Canada – Refugees 1975-1979 [1980-1984?]
  • Canada – Refugees 1984-1989
  • Canada – Trade 1973-1979
  • Canada – Trade 1980-1984
  • Canada – Trade 1984-1989
  • China
  • Europe

Chile – International Relations (continued)

Chile – International – Latin America

  • Organization of American States (OAS)
  • United Nations
  • United States 1973-1980
  • United States – Aid
  • United States – Reagan 1981-1989
  • United States 1989-1993

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Chile – Labour (Post Coup)

  • Labour (General) 1973-1979
  • Labour (General) 1980-1982
  • Labour (General) 1983
  • Labour (General) 1984-1990
  • Central Unica de Trabajadores de Chile (CUT) 1974-1988
  • Coordinadora Nacional Sindical (CNS)
  • Frente Unitario de Trabajadores (FUT) 1979-1980
  • Labour Decrees and Critiques 1979
  • Comite Defensa de los Derechos Humanos y Sindicales – Chile 1982
  • Chile Labour Boycott 1978
  • Chile Labour Boycott 1979

Chile – Political (Post Coup)

  • Junta (General) 1973-1974
  • Junta (General) 1975-1977
  • Junta Cabinet Changes 1975-1978
  • Junta (General) 1978-1979
  • Junta – Plebiscite 1978
  • Junta – Plebiscite 1980
  • Junta (General) 1980-1981
  • Junta – Constitution 1973-1980
  • Junta - Constitution 1981
  • Junta 1982
  • Junta 1983
  • Junta 1984
  • Junta 1985
  • Junta 1986
  • Junta 1987
  • Plebiscite 1988-1989
  • Pinochet end 1989-1993
  • Elections 1989
  • President Patricio Aylwin 1990-1993
  • Military 1973-1990
  • Police 1973-1991
  • Post Coup Resistance 1973-1987

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Chile – Political Post Coup (continued)

  • Left Opposition (General) 1973-1990
  • Agreements, Alliances 1973-1991
  • Bloque Popular Unitario (BPU) 1982-1983
  • Christian Democrats 1973-1991
  • Movimiento Izqierdo Revolucionario (MIR) 1974
  • Partido Comunista de Chile 1974-1991
  • Unidad Popular 1973-1978
  • Popular Movement – Students 1973-1987

Culture/Education

  • Culture Post Coup
  • Education Post Coup
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Women 1974-1991

 

Chile – Solidarity – Box 1

Chile – Solidarity – Canada 1973-1990

  • Canada – Information Kits – 1989
  • Canada – Church 1973-1979
  • Canada – Church – Inter-Church ad hoc Committee on Chile “Lucha” 1974
  • Canada – Church – Inter-Church Committee on Chile
  • “Canada-Chile Bulletin” No. 1 May 1975-Dec. 1976
  • Canada – Church – International Symposium on Human Rights 1978
  • Canada – Church – Taskforce on Churches and Social Responsibility (TCCR) 1976-1980
  • Canada – Labour 1978-1990
  • Canada – Casa Canada News 1988-1989
  • Canada – Alberta
  • Canada – Maritimes
  • Canada – Ontario (not Toronto) 1973-
  • Canada – Quebec 1974-1978
  • Canada – Quebec – Chretiens pour la Solidarite 1975-1976
  • Canada – Quebec – Comunidad Cristiana Chilena de Montreal 1975-77
  • Canada – Quebec – Comite de Solidarite Quebec-Chili 1973-1976
  • Canada – Quebec – “Chili-Quebec Informations” 1973-1982

 

Chile – Solidarity – Box 2

Chile – Solidarity – Canada 1973-1990 (continued)

  • Canada – Saskatchewan – Chile Documentation Centre
  • Canada – Saskatchewan – Regina Chilean Association “Chile Noticias”
  • Canada – Saskatchewan – Solidarity Committee with Latin America
  • Canada – Toronto – Latin American Working Group (LAWG) 1973-1982
  • Canada – Toronto – LAWG “Chile Canada Solidarity Newsletter” 1973-1974
  • Canada – Toronto – LAWG “Chile Packet” 1979
  • Canada – Toronto – Chile Ontario Information Centre 1977-1983
  • Canada – Toronto – Toronto Action for Chile (TACH) “Chile Today” 1984-1993
  • Canada – Toronto – TACH/LAWG Rally for a Free Chile Sept. 1988
  • Canada – Toronto – Toronto Chilean Association “Venceremos” 1974-1978
  • Canada – Toronto – Toronto Chilean Association “Chile al dia…” 1974-1975
  • Canada – Toronto – Toronto Chilean Society 1986-1987
  • Canada – Toronto – Toronto Committee for Solidarity with Democratic Chile (becomes Toronto Action for Chile) 1974-1981
  • Canada – Toronto – Misc. solidarity publications
  • Canada – Vancouver – Canadians for Democracy in Chile “Chile News” 1974-85
  • Canada – Vancouver – Vancouver Chilean Association Newsletter 1978
  • Canada – Vancouver – Vancouver Chilean Association “Venceremos” 1975-1978
  • Canada – Vancouver – Misc.
  • Canada – Winnipeg – Chile Information Centre “Resistencia” 1980-1983
  • Canada – Winnipeg – Asociacion de Chilenos Winnipeg “Venceremos”

Chile – Solidarity – Box 3

 

Chile – Solidarity – International 1973-1990

Solidarity – International – General

  • International – Madrid Conference 1978
  • Belgium – Communiques Au Chile en Lutte
  • Cuba booklets and articles
  • England misc.
  • England – Chile Committee for Human Rights
    • Chile Newsletter No. 47 – no. 73 1982-1988 becomes Chile Update April 1985
  • England – Chile Solidarity Campaign
    • Chile Lucha and then Chile Fights No. 2 – no. 63 1973-1989 almost complete
  • England – Chile Solidarity Campaign
    • Affiliates’ Newsletter plus their Annual Reports from 1978 to 1988
  • England – Chile Solidarity Campaign
    • The Chile Monitor No.1 – no. 28 1973-1978
  • France misc. 6 docs
  • France – Agence Chilienne de contre-information
    • Bulletin 6 issues 1973 & 1974
    • Agencia Resistencia Chile – new format 1974-1977
  • Israel – Israeli Committee for Solidarity with Chile 1974&1975
  • Italy – Chile Democratico – Boletin Informativo de la Izquierda Chilena,
    • Coordinadora en el Exterior no. 32-no.80 1974-1980 (26 issues)
  • Labour few articles. See Labour Boycott files under Chile-Labour in the LAWG country files for additional material (Box CF-CHI-08)
  • Latin America 3 documents
  • Mexico (mostly church). Boletin Comite Cristiano Mexicano de Apoyo a Perseguidos en Chile no.1 1975 – no. 9 1977 (6 issues) CIDOC from 1975
  • Sweden – 3 items
  • USA – items from various groups/campaigns
  • USA - Church
  • USA – Non-Intervention in Chile (NICH), Berkeley, CA
  • Chile Newsletter Vol.1, No. 1 nov. 1973 – Vol. VI, no.3 Fall 1979 monthly.
    • NICH was formed in 1971 to inform the American people of the process of social change occurring in Chile under Allende and to oppose the attempts by the US government to subvert the process.
  • USA – Committee for Chilean Inquiry, NY 1982-1987
  • Coalition of professional groups and trade unions. Campaigns for political prisoners.
  • USA – Casa Chile, Berkeley, CA
  • Formed in 1981 by Chilean exiles and US citizens to provide information about Chile and to coordinate support for Chilean resistance. Chile Newsletter 1984-1988.
  • USA - Labour
  • USA – National Coordinating Center in Solidarity with Chile, NY

Ecuador

Box CF – ECU – 01

Ecuador – General

  • Church
  • General
  • Cities
  • Education
  • Environment
  • FEPP (Fondo Ecuatoriano Populorum Progressio)
  • Health
  • Population

Ecuador – Economy

  • Economy 1972
  • General analysis 1972-January 1976, General Rodriguez Lara
  • Economy 1976-1979,  Military junta
  • Economy 1979-1981,  President Jaime Roldos
  • Economy 1981-1984,  President Osvaldo Hurtado
  • Economy 1984-1988,  President Febres Cordero
  • Economy 1988-1992,   President Rodrigo  Borja
  • Agriculture
  • Debt
  • Foreign investment
  • Mining
  • Oil

Ecuador – Human Rights

  • Human rights 1986-1988
  • Comite de defense des prisoniers politiques equatoriens
  • Human rights 1989, 1993
  • Native peoples

Ecuador – International

  • U.S. relations
  • International
  • Canada 1980-1984
  • Canada – foreign investment
  • Canada – trade
  • Canada 1984 – 1992
  • Foreign relations – Latin America
  • Foreign relations – Peru

Ecuador – Labour

  • General
  • CEDOC (Confederacion Ecuatoriana de Obreros Catolicos) – various English and French language documents
  • CEDOC – various Spanish documents
  • Teachers

Ecuador – Political

  • Military government 1972-1976
  • Coup January 1976
  • Military junta 1976-1979
  • Jaime Roldos government  1979- May 1981
  • Osvaldo Hurtado government June 1981- 1984
  • Febres Cordero government 1984-1988
  • Elections 1988
  • Rodrigo Borja government 1988-1992
  • President Sixto Duran election 1992
  • Left publications
  • Parties
  • Popular uprisings
  • Military
  • Women and work
  • Women - general

El Salvador

Box CF – ELS – 01

El Salvador – History/

  • History – Farabundo Marti
  • History – 1932 Rebellion and Canada’s Involvement
  • Establishment Press
  • Analysis of Media Coverage

El Salvador – Culture/Education/Health/Women

  • Culture - Poetry
  • Environment
  • Health 1980-1990
  • Health Medical Abuse 1980
  • Women 1981-1990
  • Women Asociacion de Mujeres de El Salvador (AMES) 1981-1987
  • Women Asociacion de Mujeres Progresistas de El Salvador (AMPES) 1984-85

El Salvador – Church

  • Church (General) 1977-1979
  • Church (General) 1980
  • Church – Archbishop Oscar Romero 1978-1983
  • Church – Assassination of Archbishop Romero & Legacy 1980- 1990
  • Church – Canadian Church Response to Assassination 1980
  • Church (General) 1981
  • Church (General) 1986-1989
  • Church (General) 1990-1995
  • Archbishop Rivera y Damas 1980-1986
  • U.S. Evangelicals
  • Repression Against the Church 1977-1991
  • Repression Against Socorro Juridico (Archdiocese of San Salvador) 1979-83
  • Church – Murder of Four American Church Women 1980-1993
  • Repression – Murder of the Jesuits 1989-1992
  • Repression – Canadian Response to the Murder of the Jesuits
  • Repression – Jesuit Murders Investigations 1990-1992

Box CF – ELS – 02

El Salvador – Economy

  • General 1976-1981
  • General 1982-1984
  • General 1985-1988
  • Earthquake 1986
  • President Alfredo Cristiani 1989-1992
  • Post War Economy 1994
  • Agriculture 1977-1989
  • Agrarian Reform 1980-1992
  • Agrarian Reform – U.S. Involvement 1980-1983
  • Agrarian Reform – AIFLD Documents 1980-1981
  • Agrarian Reform – Murder of U.S. & Salvadorean Reform Administrators 1980-1981
  • Bank Loans 1974-1984
  • Energy, Oil & Electricity 1978-1983
  • Foreign Investment – U.S. 1981-1985
  • Humanitarian Aid 1981
  • Tourism 1976-1981

El Salvador – Human Rights

  • British Parliamentary Delegation Report 1978
  • Human Rights 1979
  • Human Rights January – June 1980
  • Rio Sumpul May 1980
  • Human Rights July – December 1980
  • Human Rights 1981
  • Human Rights 1982
  • Post 1982 Elections
  • ICCHRLA Report 1982
  • Deane Hinton’s Statements 1982
  • United Nations Commission on Human Rights Reports 1981 & 1982
  • Human Rights 1983
  • ICCHRLA U.N. Submission 1983
  • Human Rights 1984
  • First Human Rights Congress – Comision de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador (CDHES) November 1984

Box CF – ELS – 03

Human Rights (continued)

  • Human Rights 1985
  • ICCHRLA U.N. Submission 1985
  • FMLN/FDR Human Rights Report 1985
  • Human Rights 1986
  • ICCHRLA U.N. Submission 1986
  • Human Rights 1987
  • ICCHRLA U.N. Submission 1987
  • Human Rights 1988
  • Human Rights January-June 1989
  • Human Rights July-December 1989
  • Human Rights 1990
  • Human Rights 1991-1994
  • Amnesty International 1977-1988
  • Comision de Derechos Humanos de El Salvador (CDHES) 1980-1989
  • CDHES Toronto and La Voz 1985-1990
  • Children
  • Death Squads 1980-1992
  • Education
  • Media1980-1989
  • Medical Abuses 1980-1983
  • Native Peoples
  • Poitical Prisoners 1977-1990
  • Political Prisoners – Comite de Familiares Pro-Libertad de Presos y Desaparecidos Politicos de El Salvador (CODEFAM) 1978-1984
  • Political Prisoners – Comite Pro Libertad de los Presos Politicos de El Salvador (BPR)
  • Political Prisoners - Comite  de Madres y Familiares de Presos, Desaparecidos y Asesinados Politicos de El Salvador (CoMadres) 1978-1988
  • Refugees 1980—1992
  • Refugees in Nicaragua 1981-1990
  • Refugees, Campesinos 1978-1984
  • Refugees – Resettlement 1985-1990
  • Reynaldo Cruz Menjivar (FAPU)

Box CF – ELS – 04

El Salvador – Human Rights (continued)

  • Repression – Universities 1978-1989
  • U.S. Victims 1980-1987

El Salvador – International Relations

  • Foreign Policy (General)
  • Canada to 1979
  • Canada 1980
  • Canada 1981
  • Canada - Ed Broadbent Tour of Central America 1981
  • Canada 1982
  • Canada 1983-1985
  • Canada 1986-1988
  • Canada 1989
  • Canada 1990-1992
  • Canada – Foreign Aid 1979-1992
  • Canada – Foreign Investment 1977-1981
  • Canada – Refugees from El Salvador 1981-1992
  • Canada – Observer Missions to El Salvador
  • Central America Peace Plan 1987-1989
  • England
  • Europe 1981-1989
  • Guatemala
  • Honduras 1982-1989
  • Israel 1983-1984
  • Latin America 1978-1985
  • Nicaragua 1981-1990
  • Non-Aligned
  • Organization of American States 1981
  • Soviet Union
  • United Nations
  • United States – History of Intervention
  • United States Military Aid 1950-1980 – Analysis
  • United States – Carter Administration 1979-1981
  • U.S. – Carter Administration – Aid 1980

El Salvador – International Relations – United States

  • Reagan Administration – 1981 January & February
  • Reagan Administration – 1981 March & April
  • Reagan Administration – Hearings on U.S. Policy towards El Salvador March 1981
  • Reagan Administration – 1981 May – December
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Military Aid to El Salvador 1980-1981
  • Reagan Administration – Former Ambassador White’s Statements 1980-1982
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Criticism of U.S. Policy 1981-1983
  • Reagan Administration – “White Paper” 1981

Box CF – ELS – 05

El Salvador – International Relations (continued)

  • Reagan Administration 1982
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Government Hearings 1982
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Aid 1982
  • Reagan Administration  1983
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Certification Hearings (Dec. 1982-January 1983)
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Aid 1983
  • Reagan Administration – House of Representatives Statements – August 1983
  • Reagan Administration 1984
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Aid 1984
  • Reagan Administration 1985
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Aid 1985
  • Reagan Administration 1986–1988
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Aid 1986-1988
  • Reagan Administration – U.S. Military Involvement in Bombing etc. 1984-90
  • U.S. Policy – Pres. George Bush 1989
  • U.S. Policy – Pres. George Bush 1990-1993
  • U.S. Policy on Salvadorean Refugees 1981-1990

El Salvador – Labour – See Box ELS – 12

El Salvador – Military

  • Military – General 1980-1982
  • Military Mutiny – Ochoa Perez January 1983
  • Military – Post January Offensive 1983
  • Military 1984-1992
  • Military – Counterinsurgency Warfare 1982-1986
  • Military – Mercenaries
  • Military – Police Forces
  • Military – U.S. Role [see also International Relations – U.S. Aid]
  • Military – Colonel Adolfo Majano 1980-1983

El Salvador – Political

  • Colonel Arturo Molina 1972-1978
  • Elections February 1977
  • Political – Latin America Bureau report “Violence and Fraud in El Salvador” 1977
  • President Carlos Humberto Romero & Growing Crisis 1978-1979
  • Hostage Takings 1978-1979
  • Young Officers Coup October 1979
  • Post Coup – First Junta – Colonels Majano and Gutierrez Oct. ’79-Jan. 1980
  • Second Junta – January – March 1980
  • Third Junta March – December 1980
  • Fourth Junta December 1980 - ??
  • Political Analysis 1980

El Salvador – Uprising 1980

  • January – June 1980
  • July – December 1980
  • Murders of FDR Leaders November 27, 1980

Box CF – ELS – 06

El Salvador – Uprising 1981

  • General Analysis – File 1 1981
  • General Analysis – File 2 1981
  • General Analysis – FMLN 1981
  • Duarte Junta
  • Offensive December 1980-March 1981
  • Offensive April – June 1981
  • Offensive July – December 1981

El Salvador – Insurrection 1982

  • General Analysis 1982
  • State of War 1982
  • Duarte Junta’s 1982 Pre-Election Plans
  • Pre-Election Events 1982
  • Elections March  1982
  • Elections – Analysis 1982
  • Post Election Government – Alfredo Magana 1982-1983
  • Rightist Coalition and Roberto D’Aubisson 1981-1992
  • Post Election Offensive June – December 1982

El Salvador – Insurrection 1983

  • Wire service reports
  • Peace Talks 1982-1983
  • Offensive 1983

Political – 1984 - 1987

  • Offensive 1984
  • Pre March 1984 Elections
  • Elections March 1984 – LAWG Press kit
  • Elections March 26, 1984
  • Elections Run Off May 6, 1984
  • Pres. Jose Napoleon Duarte May 1984 – Dec. 1985
  • Peace Talks – La Palma 1984-1985
  • Offensive 1985
  • Offensive 1986
  • Dialogue Discussions 1986
  • Mexican Newspapers 1986
  • Pres. Duarte 1986-1989
  • Offensive 1987
  • Dialogue Discussions 1987

Box CF – ELS – 07

Political (Continued)

El Salvador – Offensive & National Debate 1988

  • Elections 1988
  • Elections 1989
  • Pres. Alfredo Cristiani (ARENA) 1989-1990
  • Dialogue Talks Cristiani/FMLN 1989
  • Offensive January – October 1989

Insurrection November 1989

  • Insurrection November 1989
  • Insurrection 1989 – FMLN Communiques
  • Insurrection 1989 – Canadian Response
  • Insurrection 1989 – U.S. Response
  • Insurrection 1989 – International Response
  • Insurrection 1989 – Bombings of FENASTRAS & COMADRES offices
  • Insurrection – Canadian Arrests – Karen Ridd and Brian Rude
  • Insurrection – American Arrests – Jennifer Casola

Political – 1990-1994

  • Offensive 1990-1992
  • Political 1991-1993
  • Elections March 1991
  • Peace Talks 1990-1992
  • Peace Accord 1992-1994

Political Organizations

  • Political Parties – General
  • Frente Democratico Revolucionario (FDR) 1980-1991
  • Frente Democratico Revolucionario (FDR) reps in Canada 1981-1987
  • Frente Democratico Revolucionario Documents 1980-1988
  • Movimiento Nacional Revolucionario (MNR) 1982-1991
  • Movimiento de Liberacion Popular (MLP) 1980
  • Partido Democrata Cristiano (PDC)
  • Partido Comunista de El Salvador (PCS) 1978-1983

Popular Mass Organizations

  • Popular Opposition 1986-1988
  • Bloque Popular Revolucionario (BPR) 1977-1981
  • Coordinadora Revolucionario de Masas 1980

Box CF – ELS – 08

El Salvador – Political – Popular Mass Organizations (continued)

  • Frente de Accion Popular Unificada (FAPU) 1978-1980
  • Liga Para la Liberacion (LL) 1977
  • Ligas Populares, 28 de febrero (LP-28) 1980
  • Popular Social Christian Movement 1980-1987
  • Peasant Movement 1984
  • Student Movement – FUERSA & AGEUS 1980-1982

El Salvador – Political Opposition – Revolutionary Armed Organizations

  • Revolutionary Movements - General 1976-1991
  • FMLN/FDR Articles 1981-1984
  • FMLN/FDR Documents 1980-1982
  • FDR/FMLN Press Services January – April 1981
  • FDR/FMLN Documents 1982
  • FDR/FMLN Documents 1983
  • FDR/FMLN Statements 1984-1986
  • FDR/FMLN Statements 1987
  • FDR/FMLN 1988-1989
  • FDR/FMLN 1990-1992
  • FMLN Economic Plan 1992
  • FMLN Radio Venceremos 1981-1994
  • FMLN Radio Farabundo Marti 1985-1987
  • La Direccion Revolucionaria Unificada (DRU) 1980
  • Ejercito Revolucionario del Pueblo (ERP) 1979-1985
  • Fuerzas Armadas de la Resistencia Nacional (FARN) 1978-1981, 1985
  • Fuerzas Populares de Liberacion (FPL) 1978-1980
  • Fuerzas Populares de Liberacion (FPL) – Articles 1977-1985
  • Fuerzas Populares de Liberacion (FPL) – Deaths of Ana Maria & Cayetano Carpio 1983
  • Movimiento Popular Revolucionario (MPR) 1984
  • Arms for the Guerrillas 1981-1991
  • Liberated Zones 1981-1989

Box CF – ELS – 09

El Salvador – Political – Revolutionary Armed Organizations

Publications From the FDR/FMLN

Venceremos (newspaper)

1982 – 1987  Ano 1 n.5 – n.45 (35 issues)

Venceremos

Organo official del Frente Farabundo Marti Para la Liberacion Nacional (FMLN)

1981 n.1,2,3,5 Hoja informativa in Spanish

1982 English

1988 English language periodical – 2 issues

Resumen Mensual

Centro de Documentacion Farabundo Marti (Managua)

1986-1987 (7 issues)

Revista Farabundo Marti – la actualidad en la lucha por la liberacion

1980-1982 n.1,2,3,5,8

Frente Mundial de Solidaridad con El Pueblo Salvadoreno – boletin

1982-1983 n.0,1,6,7,8,9,10,11

Boletin de Prensa- 1986 (2 issues)

Misc publications 1981-1993 – just one or two issues each

Individual documents 1980-1990

Box CF – ELS – 10

El Salvador – Popular & Revolutionary Organizations – Publications

Frente de Accion Popular Unificada (FAPU)

  • Pueblo Internacional 1979-1980 (5 issues)
  • Boletin Semanal Pueblo 1980 (5 issues)
  • Boletin Informativo 1979
  • Pueblo: Boletin Internacional 1980 (5 issues)
  • Polemica Internacional 1980 (3 issues)

Frente Democratico Revolucionario

  • El Salvador Libre: Boletin Informativo Internacional 1980-1982 (15 issues)
  • El Salvador Informativo 1982-1986 (54 issues)

Movimiento Nacional Revolucionario (MNR)

  • Opinion Popular 1984-1987 (14 issues) Espanol
  • Opinion Popular 1985-1986 (6 issues) English
  • Spotlight: International MNR Bulletin 1987-1989 (17 issues) English
  • Cuadernos 1985 (2 issues)

Treinta Dos: Informacion y Analisis 1983-1985 (13 issues)

Guazapa

Semanario de Analisis Politico (newspaper) 1983-1986 Ano 1 n.1 – n.74 (20 issues)

LP-28

  • El Salvador: Revista Internacional de las LP-28 1980-1981 (3 issues)

University Students

  • ANDES 21 de Junio: organo informativo de la Asociacion Nacional de Educadores Salvadorenos (newspaper) 1982-1984 (21 issues)
  • El Universitario: Universidad de El Salvador 1980-1982 (16 issues)
  • Opinion Estudiantil 1981-1982 (3 issues)

Box CF – ELS – 11

El Salvador – Labour

  • History
  • History – “La Huelga General Obrera de Abril [1967] de El Salvador”por Salvador Cayetano Carpio
  • The Working Class – Analysis
  • Labour Force Analysis by Lil Milagro (FAPU) 1979
  • FDR/FMLN and Labour 1984
  • Labour (General) 1979-1991
  • Union Membership
  • General Strike 1980
  • Prisoners Hunger Strike September 1981
  • Opposition/Union Leaders Disappear 1982
  • Labour Actions/Strikes 1979-1984
  • Labour Disputes 1985
  • Conditions/Salaries
  • Trade Union Human Rights 1979-
  • Repression of Unions 1980-1991
  • Trade Union Prisoners 1981-1984
  • Trade Union Prisoners Santa Tecla 1981-1983
  • AIFLD U.S. Involvement 1980-1989
  • Americas Watch Critique of AIFLD Critique on “Labor Rights in El Salvador” July 5, 1988
  • CLAT Newsletter on El Salvador 1981
  • misc Labour Publications 1985

El Salvador – Labour – Trade Unions

  • Comite de Unidad Sindical de El Salvador (CUS) 1980-1984
  • CUS – “Unidad Proletaria” 1982-1984
  • CUS History of the Working Class 1981
  • Federacion Nacional Sindical de Trabajadores Salvadorenos (FENASTRAS) 1978-1992
  • FENASTRAS 1986
  • Boletin Internacional FENASTRAS 1982, 1986-
  • FENASTRAS Congresses 1980-1987

Listing not finished

Guatemala

Box CF – GUA – 01

Guatemala – General

  • History
  • Culture
  • Education (Guia del Alfabetizador – Movimiento Cooperativista Guatemalteca)
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Housing
  • 1976 Earthquake
  • 1976 Earthquake – Social and political analysis
  • 1976 Earthquake – International Aid

Guatemala – Economy (these files are missing. Few items restarted)

  • Oil
  • Tourism
  • Tourism Boycott

Guatemala – Church

  •  1968-1979
  •  1980 – 1981
  • Informacion 1980-1981 (14 news sheets)
  • 1982 – 1983
  • 1984 – 1988
  • 1989 – 1994
  • Jornadas Por la Vida y La Paz 1990-1991
  • Repression Against the Church 1978-1991
  • Repression – Father Luis Pellecer 1981
  • Repression – Murder of Raoul Leger, Canadian priest 1981
  • Repression – U.S. priests killed
  • Guatemala: Persecucion y Esperanza – Packets one and two from NISGUA
  • Guatemala: Awareness & the Community, Role of Education & Church (slides)
  • Evangelicals 1981-1994
  • Publications

Guatemala – Women

  • Women 1975-1992
  • CONAVIGUA (National Coordination of Guatemalan Widows) 1988-1990
  • IXQUIC 1984-1988
  • UNAM (Union Nacional de Mujeres Guatemala) 1980-1982
  • Nuestra Voz 1989-1992
  • Population Control 1973-1974

Box CF – GUA – 02

Guatemala – Human Rights

  • Gen. Carlos Arana Osorio 1970-1974
  • Gen. Kjell Laugerud - 1974- 1978
  • Gen. Lucas Garcia 1978-1982
  • Panzos Massacre 1978
  • Spanish Embassy Massacre Jan. 31, 1980
  • Gen. Rios Montt 1982-1983
  • ICCHRLA Report 1982
  • ICCHRLA U.N. Submission 1983
  • Comite Pro Justicia y Paz Report 1983
  • Gen. Oscar Mejia 1983-1985
  • ICCHRLA UN Submission Report 1984 materials
  • ICCHRLA UN Submission Report 1985
  • Pres. Vinicio Cerezo 1986-1988
  • Pres. Vinicio Cerezo 1989-1990
  • Amnesty International 1976-1987

Box CF – GUA – 03

Guatemala – Human Rights (cont’d)

  • Pres. Jorge Serrano 1991-1993 (includes ICCHRLA 1992 delegation Report)
  • Campesinos – Repression 1979-1982
  • CERJ – Consejo de Comunidades Etnicas “Runujell Junam”
  • Children 1986-1991
  • Death Squads – ESA Ejecercito Secreto Anticomunista
  • Disappeared – 1983-1991
  • Education 1975-1985 (See also Labour – Students & Teachers)
  • Education 1986-1990
  • International Victims
  • Mass Media 1979-1993
  • Native Peoples 1975-1979
  • Native Peoples 1980-1984
  • Native Peoples 1985-1996
  • Native Peoples – El Quiche 1980-1981
  • Refugees 1981
  • Refugees 1982
  • Refugees 1983
  • Refugees 1983 Testimonials
  • Refugees 1984
  • Refugees 1985
  • Refugees 1986
  • Refugees 1987
  • Refugees 1988
  • Refugees 1989-1993
  • Refugees – “Refugiado” 1983-1984 (Grupo de Apoyo a Refugiados Guatemaltecos)

Guatemala – International Relations

  • General
  • Belize 1974-1992
  • Belize – Oil Connection
  • Canada 1976-1984
  • Canada October 1984-1993
  • Canada – Foreign Aid – CIDA 1976-1995
  • Canada – Investment 1980-1984
  • Canada – Refugees 1982-1993

Box CF – GUA – 04

Guatemala – International Relations (continued)

  • Canada – Investment – INCO
  • Canada – Trade and Aid – 1970-1979
  • Canada – Trade and Aid – 1980-1987
  • Caribbean
  • Central America
  • Central America Peace Process 1987-1990
  • El Salvador
  • United States – 1954 Coup
  • U.S. Military Aid 1968-1976
  • U.S. Military Aid  - Pres. Carter 1977-1980
  • U.S. – Laser Beam Project Tikal 1979
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1981
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1982
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1983
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1984
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1985
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Reagan 1986-1988
  • U.S. Aid – Pres. Bush 1989
  • U.S. Investment
  • U.S. – Refugees
  • U.S. – Right-Wing Groups
  • U.S.S.R

Guatemala – Labour

  • Labour History General
  • General 1974-1984
  • General 1985-1992
  • Labour Code 1979-1980
  • Popular Movements 1977-1979
  • Repression 1974-1996
  • Coca Cola Dispute 1976-1981
  • Coca Cola Boycott 1980-1981
  • Coca Cola Campaign 1984-1985
  • Coca Cola Campaign – IUF 1984-1985
  • Coca Cola – Collective Agreement 1986
  • Central Nacional de Trabajadores (CNT)
  • CNT Break with CLAT 1978
  • Comite Nacional de Unidad Sindical (CNUS)
  • CNUS – Miguel Angel Albizures 1976-1978
  • EAPS (Equipo de Apoyo Sindical)
  • Federacion Autonoma Sindical de Guatemala (FASGUA)
  • Federacion de Trabajadores de Guatemala (FTG)
  • UASP (Unidad De Accion Sindical y Popular) 1988-1990
  • UNSITRAGUA (Union Sindical de Trabajadores de Guatemala) 1988-1998
  • UNSITRAGUA – Submission on Labour Code Reforms 1986
  • Food & Allied Companies in Guatemala
  • Health and Safety
  • Ixtahuacan Miners 1977
  • Asociacion de Periodistas Democraticos de Guatemala (APDG)
  • Duralita Workers
  • Lunafil 1988, 1996
  • Teachers – Frente Nacional Magisterial
  • Teachers - Repression

Box CF – GUA – 05

Guatemala – Political

  • President Arbenz 1954
  • Elections 1974
  • General Kjell Laugerud 1974-1978
  • Elections 1978
  • General Lucas Garcia 1978-1982
  • Assassination of Alberto Fuentes Mohr January 1979
  • Assassination of Manuel Colom Argueta (Frente Unido de la Revolucion FUR) March 1979
  • Elections 1982
  • Military Coup March 23, 1982
  • General Rios Montt April 1982 – August 1983
  • General Analysis 1983
  • General Oscar Humberto Mejia Victores 1983-1985
  • Elections 1984
  • Elections 1985
  • President Vinicio Cerezo 1986-1990
  • Elections 1990
  • Peace Talks 1990
  • President Jorge Serrano Elias 1991-1993
  • President Ramiro de Leon Carpio 1993

Political Parties / Military

  • Christian Democratic Party/Partido Democracia Cristiana 1978-1989
  • Frente Unido de la Revolucion (FUR) 1979-1982
  • Movimiento de Liberacion Nacional (MLN) 1980, 1989
  • Partido Socialista Democratico (PSD) 1978-1986
  • Right Wing
  • State of Military Struggle 1979-1990
  • Military 1980-1992
  • Military – Counter Insurgency and Civil Patrols 1981-1989

Political Opposition

  • Frente Democratico Contra la Represion (FDCR) 1979-1982
  • FDCR – International Solidarity Meeting – Costa Rica May 1980
  • Representacion Unitaria de la Oposicion Guatemalteca (RUOG) 1988-1989
  • RUOG Return to Guatemala 1988-

Box CF – GUA – 06

Popular and Revolutionary Opposition

  • Guerrillas – General Analysis 1965, 1984
  • “Situacion y Perspectivas del Movimiento Revolucionario Guatemalteco" Orlando Fernandez, Pensamiento Critico 1968
  • Guatemala 1966: Troskismo y revolucion, Armando Rodriguez Suarez 1984
  • Popular Organizations – General 1977, 1979, 1980
  • Peasant Struggles 1976-1994
  • Comite de Unidad Campesina (CUC) 1978-1991
  • CUC publication “Voz del CUC” 1978-1989
  • Campesinos – Publication “De Sol a Sol” 1974-1980
  • Cooperatives 1975-1983
  • “Guatemalan Peasant Cooperatives in a Multinational Scheme” thesis by Chris Rosene, 1975
  • Comunidades de Poblacion en Resistencia (CPR) 1990
  • Comite Campesino de Altiplano (CCDA) 1982-1990
  • Comite Guatemalteco de Unidad Patriotica (CGUP) 1982-1983
  • Revolutionary Movements 1974-1982
  • Ejercito Guerrillero de los Pobres (EGP) 1977-1982
  • El Frente Popular 31 de Enero 1981-1984
  • Fuerzas Armadas Rebeldes (FAR) 1977-1982
  • Movimiento Revolucionario del Pueblo IXIM 1983-1984
  • Nucleo de Obreros Revolucionarios (NOR)
  • Organizacion del Pueblo en Armas (ORPA) [1979-1984]
  • Partido Guatemalteco de los Trabajadores (PGT) 1976-1989)
  • Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca (URNG) 1982-1993

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Revolutionary Organizations – Publications

  • “Opinion Politica: por la comunicacion, el intercambio y el debate Entre los revolucionarios” 1985-1989 (8 issues)

Ejecercito Guerrillero de los Pobres (EGP)

  •  “Carta Fraternal” 1977-1980 (4 issues)
  • “Companero” 1980-1983 (6 issues)
  • “Guerra Popular” 1979-1982(6 issues)
  • “Informador Guerrillero” 1982-1986 (42 issues)
  • “Informador Internacional” 1981-1982(3 issues)
  • misc. publications 1979-1981

Fuerzas Armadas Rebeldes (FAR)

  • “Guatemala en Lucha” 1982-1984 (4 issues)
  • “Organo Informativo” 1981-1982 (13 issues)
  • “Organo de Opinion” 1981 (3 issues)
  • “Edicion Internacional” 1981-1984 (14 issues)
  • misc. 1980-1981

Organizacion del Pueblo en Armas (ORPA)

  • Comunicado a la Prensa, Radio y Television 1980?-1984
  • “Erupcion: Organo de Comunicacion al Pueblo” and
  •  “Siembra: Hablando con el Campesino” 1979-1984
  • “Servicio Informativo de ORPA” 1980-1981 (3 issues)
  • misc. 1982-1984

Unidad Revolucionaria Nacional Guatemalteca (URNG)

  • Misc.

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Frente Democratico Contra la Represion (FDCR)

One of the early attempts to create a unified coalition which didn’t last long. Included churches, trade unions and popular movements.

  • “Resumen de Noticias” 1980 n. 1 – n.19 1980, 1 from 1982, 1 from 1983
  • “Recortes de Prensa” 1980 abril – 1981 mayo  n. 53, continues as “Serviprensa” n.54 1981 – n.87/88 enero 1982
  • “Frente” n. 1 – 1980 – n.8 1981
  • “Comision Externa” n.1 1979 – 1980
  • CNUS Press: servicio informative del Comite Nacional de Unidad Syndical miembro del
  •  FDCR – n.1 diciembre 1981 – n.16 agosto 1982
  • FDCR – Misc.

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Iglesia Guatemalteca en el Exilio

  • Boletins 1980 n.1 – n.17 1983 (large and small formats)
  • Entrevistas; Testimonios 1981-1982
  • Press Releases, Statements
  • Special Editions 1982 – 1987

In Periodical Box in LAWG room

  • La Carta de Confregua
  • Organo Informativo de la Conferencia de Religiosos de Guatemala
  • 1983-1985

Comite Pro Justicia y Paz

  • Comunicados 1979-1982
  • Comunicados 1983-1987                               NOW IN CHURCH PERIODICALS
  • Boletin 1979 n.1 – 1991 (two formats)
  • Informacion 1980 n.1 –
  • Testimonio Cristiano 1981 n.4 – n.15 1982

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Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo (GAM)

The Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo was formed in Guatemala in 1984 by the families of the detained and disappeared to support each and to work for a society free of human rights abuses.

These documents from GAM Toronto were deposited with the Latin American Working Group by GAM member Patricia Crowther.

Includes album of photographs.

  • 7 sheets of slides
  • GAM mailings, press releases, articles 1985-1988 (expandable folder)
  • LAWG file on GAM 1985-1990
  • Committee for the Detained and Disappeared in Guatemala (GAM in Toronto) 1985-1990
  • Boletin 1986 n.2 – n. 8 1989?- List of Detained and Disappeared 1980-1985
  • Fichas de Desapariciones Forzadas 1990
  • Data of Detained and Disappeared
  • Vida y Libertad 1991-1996

Guatemala Solidarity – Box 1

Solidarity – Canada – General 1980-

  • Canada Assembly of First Nations 1983-1984
  • Canada – Church 1980-
  • Canada – Church – ICCHRLA 1980-1991 [See also: Human Rights – ICCHRLA]
  • Canada – Labour 1979-1988
  • Canada – Latin American Working Group (LAWG) 1977-1990
  • Canadian Support Group for the Peasant Committee of the Highlands Comite Campesino del Altiplano (CCDA) 1991-1992
  • Canada – “News From Guatemala”
  • Canada – “Guatemala Today” (Vancouver) 1986-1990
  • Canada – Guatemala Mayan Indian Support Group (Vancouver) 1986
  • Canada – Quebec 1982-

Canada – Toronto Guatemala Solidarity Committee (TGSC) 1983-1991

  •  Toronto Guatemala Solidarity Committee “Guatemala Update” 1990-1996

Central America – General 1980

  • Mexico 1977-1982

United States – General 1981-1991

  • Association in Solidarity with Guatemala 1979-
  • United States – Church 1977
  • United States – Church – “En Comunion” 1982-1988
  • United States – Committee of Solidarity with the People of Guatemala 1979-1981
  • United States – Labour 1980
  • United States – National Lawyers Guild Visit 1979
  • United States – National Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala
  • (NISGUA) 1982-1987 Includes “Guatemala Network News”. See also publications box.

Guatemala Solidarity – Box 2 – Periodicals

  • Canada - “News From Guatemala” (Toronto) 1979-1982
  • Europe – “Guatemala” – Collectif Solidarite (France) 1982-1983
  • Europe – “Guatemala Update” (UK) 1981, 1984
  • USA – “Guatemala!” – Guatemala News and Information Bulletin (Berkeley, CA) 1978-1985
  • USA – “Guatemala!” – GNIB in Spanish – (Berkeley, CA) 1979-1980
  • USA – “Guatemala Report” – American Friends of Guatemala (Berkeley, CA) 1972-1976
  • USA – “Report on Guatemala” – Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (NISGUA) 1987-1996
  • USA – “Update on Guatemala” – Cttee in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala (New York) 1982-1989

Nicaragua

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Nicaragua – Pre-revolution

Nicaragua - General

  • History – Earthquake 1972-1973
    • Population 1975-1978
    • La Prensa and Chamorro 1975-1978
    • Historical Fact Sheet 1511-1978
    • Rise of Sandinista movement ? 1975-1978 ** file name “general”
    • General information 1977-1978
    • Augusto Cesar Sandino 1976-1984
    • Anastasio Somoza Debayle 1979

Nicaragua -  Economy  1972-1979

Nicaragua -  Political 

  • History - Somozas  1972-1979
  • General 1974-1979
  • Parties and coalitions 1975-1979 (not FSLN)
  • Peasants 1978
  • Students 1971-1978
  • Women 1978-1979

Nicaragua -  FSLN  (Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional)

  • Declarations 1975-1979
  • History 1979-1982
  • Programme 1978-1979
  • Interviews 1977-1978
  • Publications 1976-1979
  • Publications -FSLN (proletario) 1978-1979

Nicaragua – Human Rights and Repression

  • The Republic of Nicaragua (Amnesty International) 1976
  • Report on the Situation of Human Rights in Nicaragua (OAS) 1978
  • Clippings 1975-1979
  • Centro Victor Sanabria 1978-1979
  • Refugees 1978-1979

Nicaragua – Institutions

  • Church 1974-1979
  • National Guard 1978

Nicaragua -  International

  • Canada 1970-1979
  • Latin America 1977-1979
  • Intervention 1978-1979
  • Intervention USA 1976-1979

Nicaragua – Labour

  • General 1975-1978
  • FSLN Publications 1976-1979
  • Human Rights and Repression – Dossiers and Testimonies 1973-1979

Nicaragua – Solidarity

  • International 1978?
  • Canada 1978-1979
  • Latin America 1977-1979
  • S.A 1978-1979
  • Spanish language publications 1978

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“Nicaragua”.  NACLA’s Latin America and Empire Report  Vol. 10 No. 2,  February, 1976

“Masacre contra el pueblo y experiencia eclesial”.   CELADEC. Quadernos de studio. 1979 ** mostly Guatemala

“Nicaragua patria libre”.  Casa de las Americas.  Numero 117,  Noviembre-Diciembre, 1979.

“Nicaragua:  Contra el imperio de los Somoza”.  AESLA. Hora de America Latina.  No. 1, Mayo, 1978. ** also articles on Bolivia, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Venezuela.

“Crisis de la dictadura. El Desarrollo economico las clases sociales y el estado en Nicaragua”. Pensamiento Critico.  Revista Trimestral Nicaraguense No. 1,  Marzo-Mayo, 1978

“Nicaragua. Insurreccion y genocidio. Volumen II”.  Comision para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos en Nicaragua. 1979

File: Nicaragua

Causa Sandinista No. 3  Abril- Mayo- Junio  1978 , No. 6 Febrero 1979
Organo del Frente Sandinista Liberacion Nacional ((F.S.L.N.) – Proletario – Para el Exterior

Lucha Sandinista No. 1 Abril 1978 – No. 3 Junio 1978,  Diciembre 1978, No. 8 1979 (date?),
Organo de la Comision Exterior del Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional (F.S.L.N.)

Nicaragua Lucha  No. 1 Extraordinario  Mayo 1978
Organo del Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional Proletario para los Trabajadores Costarricenses

Somos Sandinistas.  45 Anos mas de lucha antimperialista.   FSLN – Insurreccional.  Febrero 1979

Unidad Sandinista No. 1 1979
Organo Oficial del Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional para el exterior

Documentos Basicos No. 1 Noviembre 1978. FSLN Proletario

Presencia Sandinista No. 4 Enero 1979.  Revista Mensual de la Comision Exterior del Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional tendencia GPP.
And other documents.

File:  Various articles from La Republica and La Nacion newspapers on extradition of Somoza, July 1979

Nicaragua: Reforma o Revolucion  Vol. 1: La crisis del sistema capitalista and  Vol. 3: La coyuntura politica y la insureccion popular  Diciembre 1978

Gaceta Sandinista. No. 1  Enero 1979.
Organo de diffusion del frente Sandinista de liberacion nacional (F.S.L.N.) GPP para el exterior

Gaceta Sandinista .  No. 11 Octubre  – No. 12 Noviembre 1976, No. 1 Deciembre -Enero 1977- No. 4 Abril 1977.
Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional Comision de Informacion en la Habana

Gaceta Sandinista. No. 5 Noviembre 1975 –  No. 19/20  Mayo-Junio 1977
Organo del Comite Mexicano de Solidaridad con el Pueblo de Nicaragua

Gaceta Sandinista.  Segunda Epoca.  No. 3  Septiembre-Diciembre 1978 – No. 4  Numero Especial  1979?
Organo del Comite Mexicano de Solidaridad con el Pueblo de Nicaragua

Gaceta Sandinista  Vol. 1 No. 2 Octubre 1975 – Vol. 2 No. 5 Mayo-Junio 1977
El Comite Civico Latino Americano Pro Liberacion de Nicaragua

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Nicaragua – General

  • Analysis
  • Information

Nicaragua – Insurrection  (Pre-revolution)

  • Clippings to 1975
  • Clippings 1976
  • Clippings 1977
  • Clippings January to June 1978
  • Clippings July to August 1978
  • Clippings September 1978
  • National Palace 8/78 and September offensive
  • Clippings October to December 1978
  • Insurrection January to June 1979
  • Clippings July 1979
  • Political – Insurrection
  • General – Victory
  • General – Somoza

Nicaragua – Post Revolution

  • History
  • Reconstruction
  • 1st Anniversary
  • Reconstruction 1980
  • Press editors and Jesuits – Interviews 1980
  • Reconstruction 1981
  • Reconstruction 1982
  • Reconstruction 1983
  • Reconstruction various
  • Reconstruction – FSLN “Playboy” interview
  • FSLN songs
  • 10th Anniversary July 19, 1989

Nicaragua – Atlantic Coast

  • General
  • Miskitos 1979-1982
  • Nicaraguan church response 1982
  • Miskitos 1983

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Nicaragua – Atlantic coast  (continued)

  • Miskitos 1984
  • Miskitos 1985
  • Miskitos 1986
  • Miskitos 1987
  • Autonomy Commission

Nicaragua -  Economy  (General)  1979  to 1992

  • 1979-1980
  • 1981
  • 1982
  • Floods May-June 1982
  • 1983
  • 1984
  • 1985
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1988
  • 1989 to March 1990
  • April 1990
  • Agriculture (Agrarian reform)
  • Bread with dignity
  • Foreign aid
  • Foreign debt
  • Foreign investment
  • Foreign aid and investment 1992
  • Hurricane Joan 1988
  • Mining
  • Mining – Noranda
  • Nationalization
  • Science and technology
  • Sugar
  • Tourism

Nicaragua – Education/Health/Environment/Media

  • Cities
  • “The Intellectuals and the sovereignty of the people” paper
  • Literacy campaign
  • Education 1983-1990
  • Education 1990
  • Environment
  • FACS ( Fundacion Augusto Cesar Sandino)
  • Health 1979 -1982
  • Health 1983-1984

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Nicaragua – Education/Health/Environment/Media (continued)

  • Health 1985
  • ORD (Organization of Disabled Revolutionaries)
  • Health – Spanish clippings
  • Housing
  • Media – Institutions – Press
  • Media – La Prensa
  • Institutions – Courts

Nicaragua – Human Rights

  • 1979
  • 1981
  • 1982
  • 1982 – Americas Watch Report –May & November
  • 1983
  • 1984
  • “Attacks by the Nicaraguan ‘contras’ on the civilian population of Nicaragua" paper
  • ICCHRLA 1985
  • 1985
  • 1986
  • 1987
  • 1988
  • 1990
  • Jewish issue
  • National Commission for Promotion and Protection of Human Rights
  • Permanent Commission on Human Rights in Nicaragua
  • Refugees

Nicaragua – International

  • General
  • Argentinian military involvement
  • Canada 1979
  • Canada 1980
  • Canada 1981
  • Canada 1982
  • Canada 1983
  • Canada 1984
  • Canada 1985
  • Canada 1986
  • Canada 1987
  • Canada – Peter Bertie death 1987
  • Canada 1988
  • Canada 1989
  • Canada 1990
  • Canada – Contra connections
  • Canada – Foreign aid
  • Canada – Foreign investment
  • Canada – Foreign trade
  • Canada – NDP (New Democratic Party) position
  • Central America peace proposals – 1987

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Nicaragua -  International  (continued)

  • Central American peace plan – 1987
  • Costa Rica
  • Cuba
  • El Salvador
  • Europe
  • France
  • Honduras
  • Latin America
  • Mexico
  • Non-aligned
  • Socialist International
  • S.S.R.
  • United Nations

Nicaragua – International – U.S.A.

  • Carter administration 1979-1980
  • S. aid 1980-1981
  • Investment
  • Trade
  • Reagan administration 1981
  • Reagan administration 1982
  • S. aggression winter 1982-1983
  • Reagan administration 1983
  • Reagan administration 1984
  • S. covert operations 1984
  • S. covert operations – C.I.A. manual
  • S. mining of Nicaragua’s harbours 1984
  • Reagan administration 1985
  • S. trade embargo 1985
  • S. covert operations 1985
  • World Court 1985-1986
  • Reagan administration 1986

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Nicaragua – International - U.S.A.  (continued)

  • S. covert operations 1986
  • Contra aid campaign 1986
  • Eugene Hasenfus 1986
  • Reagan administration 1987
  • S. covert operations 1987
  • Reagan administration 1988
  • S. covert operations 1988
  • Christic Institute papers
  • Bush administration 1989
  • Bush administration 1990

Nicaragua – Labour

  • “Lecciones de Derecho Laboral” by Central Sandinista de Trabajadores
  • General
  • Labour history
  • “The Nicaragua Labor Movement” paper
  • Principles and philosophy
  • Unions – Statistics
  • Nicaragua – State of emergency
  • CST (Central Sandinista de Trabajadores) – General
  • CST history
  • CST history – Jose Benito Escobar
  • CST Women’s Secretariat
  • CSN (Coordinadora Sindical de Nicaragua)  First assembly  on workers unity 1980
  • CSN Second assembly on workers unity 1981
  • CST – CUS (Confederacion de Unificacion Sindical) conflict 1981
  • CSN 1982
  • CTN (Central de Trabajadores de Nicaragua) – CUS joint action against government
  • CTN purge of old leadership 1982
  • 1990 – general
  • CUS – general
  • CUS/AIFLD (Instituto Americano para el Desarrollo del Sindicalismo Libre)
  • CTN – general
  • ATC (Asociacion de Trabajadores del Campo) – general

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Nicaragua -  Labour (continued)  

  • Anden (Asociacion Nacional de Educadores de Nicaragua)
  • Public sector employees
  • FETSALUD – Health Union
  • FETSALUD – materials
  • FETSALUD – Termometro
  • Occupational health and safety
  • San Antonio Sugar Mill
  • Writers Union
  • Miners – Workers control
  • Unions – TELCOR
  • Noranda
  • Corinto incident – Longshoremen
  • SCAAS – Construction Union
  • UNAG (Union Nacional de Agricultores y Ganaderos )
  • Economy 1988
  • Human rights
  • Unemployment
  • Labour law, benefits, salaries
  • Salary proposal
  • Innovadores – Inventors
  • Comision Nacional Inter-sindical
  • CPUSTAL (Congreso Permanente de Unidad Sindical de Trabajadores de America Latina)
  • Social wage
  • UNE (Union Nacional de Empleados)
  • Workers control
  • Unions – CAUS (Central Sandinista de de Accion y Unidad Sindical)
  • History – PTN (Partido de Trabajador Nicaraguense)
  • Unions – State of economic emergency
  • Banana workers
  • AFL-CIO policy
  • CLAT (Confederacion Latinoamericana de Trabajadores)
  • International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU)
  • ORIT (Organizacion Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores)
  • International solidarity
  • Quebec – CSN – CLAT – International unions
  • CSN (Quebec) – CTN (CLAT) conflict

Nicaragua – Political

  • Junta de Reconstruccion
  • General 1979-1980
  • State of emergency 1980-1985
  • FSLN 1981
  • Policies of government of Nicaragua March 1982
  • FSLN 1982
  • FSLN 1983
  • FSLN 1983 Concessions
  • FSLN 1984
  • Pre-elections January to April 1984
  • Pre-elections May – November 1984
  • Elections – November 4, 1984
  • Post-election analysis 1984
  • Elections – 1984 – Documents
  • Nicaragua – Centro de Comunicacion Internacional 1986 Documents
  • Post-elections – Ortega government
  • “Principales programas y logros, en seis anos de gestion revolucionaria” by Direccion de Planificacion de la Comunicacion Estatal (DIPLACE), Informacion y Prensa de la Presidencia de la Republica de Nicaragua, 1985

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Nicaragua – Political (continued)

  • Constitution
  • Constitution – various documents
  • Mass organizations
  • Parties – CDN (Coordinadora Democratica Nicaraguense)
  • Liberal Party International Convention August 1982 and 1983
  • Class analysis
  • Military
  • Military – Defense – Arms purchase
  • Parties

Nicaragua – Contras

  • “Manual del combatiente por la libertad”
  • Counter-Revolution, Bluefields, 1980
  • Counterrevolutionary activities 1979-1980
  • Contras 1981
  • Contras 1982
  • Contras 1983
  • “Going into Nicaragua”. Inquirer, December 18, 1983
  • Contras 1984
  • Contras 1985
  • Report of Fact -Finding Mission, September 1984 to January 1985
  • Contras 1986
  • Contras 1987
  • Contras 1988
  • Negotiations 1988
  • Contras 1989
  • Negotiations 1989
  • Contras 1990 – 1993
  • ARDE (Alianza Revolucionaria Democratica) , Eden Pastora
  • Drug connection
  • “Nicaragua. La Revolucion Robada”. By Max Singer, 1982?

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Nicaragua – Elections

  • Elections 1990 (File 1)
  • Elections 1990 (File 2)
  • Elections February 25, 1990
  • Post-election events March – April  1990
  • Post-election analysis 1990
  • Elections February 25, 1990 – Observer reports
  • “Election Nicaragua 1990. The Process at Work”.  Agendas International/KCS&A
  • Election 1990. President Violeta Barrios de Chamorro
  • FSLN 1990
  • Military 1990 – 1992
  • Political parties

Nicaragua – Women

  • Women 1979-1980
  • Women 1981-1982
  • Women 1983
  • Women 1984
  • Abortion debate
  • Women 1985
  • Women 1986
  • Women 1987
  • “Inventory of women’s projects in Nicaragua” Report. By Beth Woroniuk, Government Women’s Office, Managua, September 1987.
  • Women 1988-1989
  • Women 1990 – 1992
  • “Las Mujeres respaldamos al FSLN”. AMNLAE (Asociacion de Mujeres Nicaraguenses Luisa Amanda Espinoza)

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Nicaragua – Women  (continued)

  • AMNLAE
  • “SOMOS” Boletin Informativo No. 3 , 1982 – No. 29, 1986. AMNLAE
  • Excerpts from Margaret Randall’s book
  • Youth – Young soldiers
  • 1983 Dia a Dia (daybook) AMNLAE

Nicaragua – Culture

  • Culture – various
  • ASTC (Asociacion Sandinista de Trabajadores de la Cultura)
  • “Impulse (Magazine). Culture of Nicaragua”. Summer 1984. Toronto, Ontario

Nicaragua – Church

  • “The Politics of the Nicaraguan bishops: 1970-1982”.  By Phil Ryan, 1982
  • FSLN Statements
  • “La Misa campesina Nicaraguense”. Ministerio de Cultura, Managua, 1982
  • Institutions, 1979-1980
  • Church 1981
  • Church 1982
  • Church 1983
  • Pope John-Paul II’s visit, March 1983
  • Church 1984
  • Fernando Cardenal 1984
  • Church 1985

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Nicaragua – Church (continued)

  • Church 1986
  • Church 1987
  • Church 1988
  • Church 1990-1993
  • Protestant and other 1979-1990
  • Rightwing opposition

Panama

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Panama – General

  • General
  • Clippings
  • “Panama Update” August 1981-March 1993

Panama – Canal

  • General
  • Treaty 1978 and violations
  • Treaty – Opposition to ratification
  • Treaty – OAS and LA response outside of the OAS
  • Treaty – UN Security Council
  • Americans in Canal Zone

Panama – Economy

  • General to 1979
  • 1979-July 1982 General – President Aristides Royo
  • August to December 1982  General - President Ricardo de la Espriella
  • General – February 1984 President Jorge Illueca
  • General – May 1984-May 1985 President Nicolas Barletta
  • General – February 1986-June 1989 President Eric Arturo del Valle
  • General – 1990-1993 President Guillermo Endara
  • Agriculture
  • Banking
  • Debt
  • Foreign investment
  • Cerro Colorado
    • General File 1
    • General File 2
    • Cerro Colorado and church action
    • “Cerro Colorado: Mining Project” by Ana Victoria Posse
    • CODEMIN materials
    • Other studies
    • Translations
    • Guaymi struggle

Panama – Human Rights

  • Human rights 1977-1989
  • Human rights 1990-1993
  • US invasion 1990 – Human cost
  • Refugees

Panama – International

  • General
  • International relations – Canada
  • International relations – Canada – Response to US invasion 1989
  • International relations – Canada 1990-1993
  • Canada - EDC (Export Development Corporation) and Cerro Colorado File 1
  • Canada – EDC and Cerro Colorado File 2
  • Canada – Foreign investment
  • Canada – Foreign aid CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency)
  • Canada – Immigration
  • Central America
  • Colombia
  • Latin America
  • Peru
  • United States - General

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Panama -  International (continued)

  • United States – US invasion December 1989
  • United States – General Manuel Noriega 1986-1989
  • United States – US invasion December 1989 – Opposition and analysis
  • Unites States – Post invasion – General Noriega
  • United States 1990-1993
  • United States – School of the Americas

Panama – Labour

  • General

Panama – Political

  • Drug war
  • Brigadier-General Omar Torrijos
  • August 1981 – July 1982 President Aristides Royo
  • August 1982 – February 1984 President Ricardo de la Espriella
  • Elections 1984
  • May 1984 – September 1985 President Nicolas Barletta
  • 1985-1989 President Eric del Valle
  • 1986-1987 General Manuel Noriega
  • General Noriega 1988
  • Military
  • General Noriega, 1989 Elections
  • 1990-1993 President Guillermo Endara
  • National security
  • General Noriega trial

Panama – Church/Culture/Education

  • Church - General
  • Church - ICI (Instituto Cooperativo Interamericano)
  • Culture and Education
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Native peoples File 1
  • Native peoples File 2
  • “Report to the National Indian Association of Panama” by Douglas Sanders, 1975 (Guayami)
  • Native peoples – Bertrand Russell Tribunal – Guayami
  • Women

Paraguay

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Paraguay – General

  • Various documents
  • History

Paraguay – Economy

  • Economy 1975-1989
  • Economy 1989
  • Agriculture
  • Debt
  • Paraguay-Brazil – Varsity articles

Paraguay – Human rights

  • Human rights 1972-1979
  • Human rights 1980-1989
  • Human rights - General Andres Rodriguez, 1989-1991
  • Exiles
  • Media
  • Native peoples
  • Peasants
  • Political prisoners

Paraguay – International

  • Brazil
  • Canada 1977-1986
  • Canada – Trade 1973-1976
  • South Africa
  • United States
  • Labour

Paraguay – Political

  • 1968-1989 President Alfredo Stroessner
  • 1989-1993 General Andres Rodriguez  February
  • Elections 1992
  • Political opposition
  • Parties

Paraguay – Church/Culture/Women/Church solidarity with Canada

(one file each)

Peru

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Peru – General

  • Bibliographies
  • General information – History/Geography/Travel
  • Cities
  • Class analysis

Peru -  Economy

  • 1968-1975
  • 1975-1980
  • July 1976
  • 1980-1985
  • 1985-1990, President Alan Garcia
  • 1990-1993, President Alberto Fujimori
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture – Agrarian reform
  • Amazon
  • Andean Pact
  • Debt
  • Oil
  • Energy – Hydroelectric
  • Fishing
  • Foreign aid
  • Industry
  • Industry – cocaine
  • Informal sector
  • Mining

Box CF – PERU – 02

Peru – Economy  (continued)

  • Mining – copper
  • Foreign investment
  • Foreign investment USA
  • Energy – oil and gas
  • Tourism
  • Trade

Peru – Human Rights

  • 1975-1980
  • 1980-1985
  • 1984 – Americas Watch Report1985-1986
  • 1985-1989
  • 1990-1992 President Fujimori
  • 1991 Amnesty International
  • 1989 APRODEH (Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos)
  • Children
  • Disappeared
  • Mass media
  • Indigenous peoples File 1
  • Indigenous peoples File 2
  • Indigenous peoples. Instituto de Estudios Aymaras.  Boletin occasional

Peru – International Relations

  • International relations - general
  • Canada
  • Canada – 1978-1992
  • Canada – Foreign aid
  • Canada – Canadians in Peru
  • Canada – Foreign investment
  • Chile
  • Ecuador
  • United States
  • United States – Foreign aid 1991-1992

Peru – Labour

  • General
  • History – Mariategui
  • 1985
  • 1985-1992
  • Repression
  • Fishermen’s Union
  • Students

Peru – Labour – Strikes/Unions

  • CGTP (Confederacion General de Trabajadores del Peru)
  • CAN (Confederacion Nacional Agraria)
  • SUTEP (Sindicato Unico de Trabajadores  en la Educacion de Peru) and “Ley del Magisterio
  • SUTEP 1975-1978
  • SUTEP 1979 strike
  • Police strike February  1975
  • Fishermen’s Union October 1976
  • General strike July 1977
  • National strikes 1978
  • Hunger strike February 1978
  • Miners’ strike August 1978
  • General strike January 1979
  • Cromotex massacre February 4, 1979
  • Doctors’ strike 1980 and 1981

Box CF – PERU – 03

Peru – Political

  • 1968-1975 President Juan Velasco
  • 1975-1980 President Francisco Morales Bermudez
  • Elections 1978
  • Elections 1980
  • 1980-1985 President Fernando Belaunde
  • Elections – Municipal, November 13, 1983
  • Elections 1985
  • 1985-1990 President Alan Garcia
  • Elections 1990
  • Elections 1990 – Mario Vargas Llosa writings
  • 1990-1993 President Alberto Fujimori
  • Fujimori’s coup
  • Corruption
  • Drug war
  • Hugo Blanco
  • Military
  • Police
  • Political parties
  • Political parties – Right – APRA (Alianza Popular Revolucionario Americano?)
  • Political parties – Left – FOCEP (Frente Obrero Campesino Estudiantil Popular)
  • Political parties – Left – IU (Izquierda Unida)
  • Political parties – Left - MIR (Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionaria)
  • Political parties – Left – PCP (Partido Comunista Peruano)
  • Political parties – Left – PCR (Partido Comunista Revolucionario)
  • Political parties – Left – PRT (Partido Revolucionario de Trabajdores)
  • Political parties – Left – PSR (Partido Socialista Revolucionario)
  • Revolutionary movements – guerrillas
  • Revolutionary movements – guerrillas – Sendero Luminoso 1981-1985
  • Revolutionary movements – guerrillas – Sendero Luminoso 1985-1991
  • Revolutionary movements – guerrillas – Sendero Luminoso 1992-1993

Peru –Church/Culture

  • Church documents File 1
  • Church documents File 2
  • Church documents File 3
  • Repression
  • Culture – mass media
  • Education
  • Health
  • Health – Chimbote publications

Peru – Women

  • Women File 1
  • Women File 2
  • Population control

Peru – Solidarity

  • Canada
  • Canada – PSG (Peru Support Group)
  • Canada – “Peru link”  1 – 5, July 1982 – Spring 1987
  • International

Uruguay

Box CF – URU – 01

Uruguay – History

Uruguay – Economy

  • Agriculture
  • 1969-1973
  • 1973-1985
  • 1985-1989
  • 1990-1992
  • Debt
  • Developmental potential
  • Foreign investment

Uruguay – Human Rights

  • 1973-1976
  • 1976-1979
  • 1980-1985
  • ICCHRLA (Interchurch Committee on Human Rights in Latin America 1982
  • ICCHRLA 1983
  • ICCHRLA 1983-1984
  • Human rights 1985-1989
  • President Luis Alberto Lacalle 1990
  • Education
  • Medical
  • Amnesty International
  • Political prisoners File 1
  • Political prisoners File 2
  • Refugees
  • Torture

Uruguay – International Relations

  • Canada 1980-1989
  • Canada 1992
  • Canada – Foreign aid
  • Canada – Trade
  • Latin America
  • South Africa
  • United States

Uruguay – Labour

  • CNT (Convencion Nacional de Trabajadores)
  • Labour repression
  • Labour 1976-1985
  • Labour 1985-1991

Uruguay – Political

  • Elections 1971-1972
  • 1976
  • Plebiscite 1980
  • 1981
  • Elections 1982
  • Elections 1984
  • 1985-1989
  • 1990-1992 President Luis Lacalle
  • Political parties
  • Coup
  • Political parties – Blanco
  • Political parties – Colorado
  • Political parties – Comunista
  • Political parties – CDU (Convergencia Democratica en Uruguay)
  • Political parties – Left – Frente Amplio
  • Revolutionary movements – Tupamaros

Box CF – URU – 02

Uruguay – Church/Culture

  • Church
  • Culture
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Women

Uruguay – Solidarity

  • Canada
  • Canada – CDPPU (Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners in Uruguay)
  • Canada – GARU (Grupo de Apoyo al la Resistencia Uruguaya)
  • United States
  • Unites States – “Uruguay News”
  • CDHRU (Committee for the Defense of Human Rights in Uruguay)
  • SERPAJ (Peace and Justice Service) Spanish version?

Venezuela

Box CF – VEN – 01

Venezuela – History

Venezuela – Economy

  • 1972
  • 1973-March 1979, President Carlos Andres Perez
  • 1979-December 1983 President Luis Herrera Campins
  • 1984-1988 President Jaime Lusinchi
  • 1989-1992 President Carlos Andres Perez
  • Agriculture
  • Debt
  • Industry
  • Energy – Oil and gas 1970-1975
  • Energy – Oil and gas 1975
  • Energy – Oil and gas 1976-1979
  • Energy – Oil and gas 1980-1988
  • Oil 1989
  • Foreign investment
  • Industry
  • Industry – Auto
  • Mining
  • Mining – Bauxite/Aluminum
  • Tourism
  • Trade

Venezuela – Human Rights

  • General
  • Indigenous peoples

Venezuela – International relations

  • Canada 1982-1990
  • Canada 1991-1993
  • Canada – Foreign investment
  • Canada – Trade 1970-1979
  • Canada – Trade 1980-1986
  • Argentina
  • Andean Pact
  • Britain
  • Caribbean
  • Colombia
  • Cuba
  • Guyana
  • Japan
  • Latin America
  • Mid-east
  • OAS (Organization of American States)
  • Romania
  • United Nations
  • USSR
  • United States
  • United States – Investment
  • United States – Trade
  • ACCION en Venezuela

Venezuela – Labour

Venezuela – Political

  • 1973-1979 President Carlos Andres Perez
  • 1978-1983 President Luis Herrera Campins
  • Elections 1983
  • Revolutionary movements
  • 1984-1988 President Jaime Lusinchi
  • 1989-1993 President Carlos Andres Perez
  • Political parties
  • Political parties – Christian Democrats
  • Military

Venezuela – Culture

  • Culture
  • Church
  • Education
  • Health
  • Housing
  • Mass media
  • Women

Caribbean Region

Box CF – CAR – 01

Caribbean – General

  • General 1970-1984
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Health
  • Mass media
  • Women

Caribbean – Church

  • General
  • Conference of Churches
  • Popular church

Caribbean – Economy

  • General
  • Agriculture 1986-1991
  • Banking
  • CARICOM (Commonwealth Caribbean)
  • Debt
  • Development 1989
  • Foreign investment
  • Free trade zones
  • Oil
  • Tourism
  • Trade

Caribbean – Human Rights

  • General
  • Indigenous peoples
  • Desmond Trotter

Caribbean – International Relations

  • General
  • Canada 1966-1969
  • Canada 1970-1974
  • Canada 1975-1979
  • Canada 1980 -1984
  • Canada 1984 – 1993
  • Canada – Foreign aid
  • Canada – Foreign investment
  • Canada – Trade and aid to 1975
  • Canada – Trade 1976 – 1980
  • Canada – Trade September 1984 – 1987
  • France
  • Latin America
  • United States to 1980
  • United States 1981 – 1988  President Reagan
  • United States 1989  President Bush

Box CF – CAR – 02

Caribbean – International Relations (continued)

  • United States – CBI (Caribbean Basin Initiative) 1980 – 1982
  • United States – CBI 1983

Caribbean – Labour

  • General
  • Sugar workers

Caribbean – Political

  • General
  • Anti-imperialist organizations of Caribbean and Central America
  • Militarization
  • OECS (Organization of Eastern Caribbean States) Dominica  1977 – 1988
  • Peoples National Party

Belize

Vertical File – BEL – 01

Belize – General

Belize – Church

Belize – Culture

Belize – Economy

  • General
  • Agriculture
  • Foreign aid
  • Development thesis (Title and author?)
  • Oil
  • Sugar

Belize – Human Rights

  • General
  • Indigenous peoples

Belize – International Relations

  • General
  • Britain
  • Canada
  • Caribbean
  • Guatemala border dispute
  • Mexico
  • United States

Belize – Labour Movement

Belize – Political

  • General
  • Independence
  • 1985-1989 President Manuel Esquivel
  • 1989 President George Price
  • UDP (United Democratic Party

Belize – SPEAR (Society for the Promotion of Education and Research)

Belize – “Belize Briefing (U.K.)

Dominican Republic

Box CF – DOM – 01

Dominican Republic – General

  • Historical 1970-73
  • Historical 1976
  • Historical 1981

Dominican Republic – Economy

  • 1966-1979
  • 1980-81
  • Hurricane David 1979
  • 1982-86
  • 1986
  • Agriculture 1972-88
  • Cattle
  • ALCOA
  • Bank Loans 1975-83
  • Debt/Aid 1974-84
  • Banking 1973-78
  • Bourgeoisie
  • Foreign Investment 1991
  • CIBAO
  • Corporate Involvement – Violence
  • Cost of Living 1973-78
  • Cotton
  • Development
  • Electric
  • Exports
  • Falconbridge Bonao -1976
  • Falconbridge 1977-79
  • Falconbridge 1979
  • Falconbridge 1980
  • Foreign Investment
  • Gulf and Western 1977-81
  • Gulf and Western in the Dominican Republic, Report No. 3, May 1978
  • Gulf and Western 1978-82
  • Industry
  • Manufacturing
  • Migrant Workers
  • Mining and Exploration
  • Nuclear
  • Oil
  • Canadian Superior Oil
  • Region Este
  • Gold Mine 1976-84
  • Standard of Living 1976-87

Box CF – DOM – 02

Dominican Republic – Economy

  • Sugar 1980-82
  • CODETEL 1977
  • Codetel
  • Commercial Relations 1976-79
  • Inter-American Development Bank – IADB
  • Nationalization movements
  • Tourism 1975-92
  • Trade
  • Water
  • Zona Franca

Dominican Republic – HR/Repression

  • Dead and Disappeared 1970-74
  • Human Rights 1974-84
  • Human Rights abuses 1976-78
  • Repression – Church 1981
  • Repression 1981-88
  • Fafa Taveras campaign
  • Comite Permanante por la libertad de los presos y el retorno de Exiliados
  • Miscarriage of Justice 1975/76
  • Orlando Martinez 1976
  • Political Prisoners 1973-1978
  • Political Persecution
  • Political Prisoners – Solidarity and Campaigns
  • Report of Investigation Team
  • Repression (Trade Unions)

Dominican Republic – International Relations

  • Canada
  • Foreign Investment
  • Foreign Experts
  • Organization of American States
  • Spain
  • Sacha Volman
  • Invasion 1965
  • Invasion Canadian Position
  • 10th Anniversary Committee 1975
  • 10 Years after Marines
  • Yankee Imperialism 1974-75
  • S.
  • S. 1981-87 – U.S. 1991