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Entries with Keyword slums

Coming from England, nutritional education is something I’ve always taken for granted. The fond old days of the food wheel – you know, the colorful one, which as a child seems 99 percent fruit and veggies, and 1 percent pizza …

The government has presented a bill to Congress outlining its plans to urbanize the many shanty towns (known as villas) throughout the entire country, following the census carried out two years ago.

Working with a number of NGOs and …

Here’s some friendly advice for foreign visitors (and many locals too) who never leave Recoleta, Palermo, or San Telmo: the slums of Buenos Aires are part of the city, and they’re a rich source of culture and history.

Most tend …

Representatives of the Corriente Villera Independiente (CVI), who set up camp right across the street from the Obelisco last April 21st announced this week that after 53 days of protest, they had finally reached an agreement with the City Government …