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  • A Milestone for Justice
    Today’s show is called “A Milestone for Justice” with our special guests are Kathryn Johnson from the Guatemala Human Rights Commission and documentary filmmaker Pamela Yates, director of “Granito de Arena: How to Nail a Dictator”.
  • Creating Alternatives to Deforestation
    Today’s show is called “Creating Alternatives to Deforestation” with our special guests Richard and Joyce Stanley. Richard and Joyce direct the Legacy Foundation which provides media, management, technical and training services for sustainable development. The Foundation has worked in more than 40 countries and continue to focus on locally sustaining, training and networking, “from the ground-out”.
  • Baktun Roundup 2012
    We’ll be counting down the top thirteen events that impacted Guatemala in 2012. We’ll also be looking at what to expect in 2013. To help us with our roundup we have special (returning) guest Timothy Smith.
  • Mesa Pública Interviews Andrew Feldman, As Green As It Gets
    Today’s show is called “Sustainable Economic Development and Direct Trade in Guatemala” with our special guest: Andrew Feldman. Andrew is the director of As Green As It Gets, an organization he joined in 2011. He was drawn to its comprehensive approach to sustainable economic development and close integration with communities they work with in Guatemala. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and International Studies from Yale University.
  • Entrevista a Rafael Hernández de Radio Cayaurima
    En el marco de la imperiosa necesidad de alcanzar “una construcción colectiva de la comunicación”, tal como lo planteara el Ministro del MINCI Ernesto Villegas, nos pareció importante destacar la labor de una radio cumanesa, Cayaurima, pionera en la construcción de un espacio revolucionario.
  • Next on Mesa Pública: “Living on One Dollar – a Journey into Guatemala’s Poverty problem” (Audio)
    Monday's show is called “Living on One Dollar – A Journey Into Guatemala’s Poverty Problem” with our special guests: Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci. Zach and Chris are Executive Directors and Co-Founders of Living on One. The company's first feature film, Into Poverty: Living on One Dollar, follows the journey of Zach, Chris and two filmmakers as they try to live on just $1 a day for eight weeks in rural Guatemala. The film's teaser videos have received over 580,000 views on YouTube, and the project has been featured in the Huffington Post and at TEDx Buenos Aires. Zach and Chris are currently touring the country speaking and hosting screenings of the film at 25 universities and 8 major cities around the U.S. 
  • Innovations: Finding Solutions to Guatemala’s Malnutrition Challenge
    Mesa Pública's next show on September 24, 2012 is called “Innovations: Finding Solutions to Guatemala’s Malnutrition Challenge” with our special guest: Edward Fischer, Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies at Vanderbilt University. He is also the founder of the Maní+ malnutrition project in Guatemala.  
  • Mesa Púbilca Radio Show: The Remilitarization of Guatemala and Central America
    The Marines are deployed as part of Operation Martillo, a broader effort started last Jan. 15 to stop drug dealers in airplanes or boats along the Central American coast. 
  • Nueva Iniciativa Criminaliza Radio Comunitaria
    Una nueva iniciativa de ley propuesta por uno de los partidos políticos derechista en Guatemala penalizaría el uso del espectro radioeléctrico para cualquier actor no autorizado para hacerlo. La iniciativa de ley tiene como objetivo forzar  las radios comunitarias que luchan por el reconocimiento legal, fuera del aire.
  • HablaGuate
    Más de 200 soldados con equípo anti disturbios desalojan violentamente a mas de 100 familias que se encuentran peleando el derecho a la vivienda en la zona 5. El problema es la disputa de terrenos del Estado en donde se construyo el asentamiento Jacobo Arbenz Guzmán. Oficiales del ejercito de Guatemala de la Guardia Presidencial acuartelados en el Cuartel Matamoros son los responsables de los desalojos ilegales que se están realizando y de la represión en contra de las familias. Grave peligro corren mujeres, niños y ancianos a quienes el ejercito esta golpeando y deteniendo ilegalmente. 

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