NACLA

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NACLANorth American Congress on Latin America
NACLANational Cooperation for Laboratory Accreditation
NACLANorth American Committee on Latin America
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(15.) Vijay Prashad, "The South Also Exists as the Third World Once Did," NACLA Report on the Americas 40, no.
"The governing class still believes that repression is the road to a solution," Martinez wrote in his NACLA article.
The Billionaires: Limitations of The 'Climate Justice Movement' in International Negotiations", NACLA Report on Americas, Cilt 46, No.1, 2013, s.28; Bertie Russell et.al., "Movements and Moments for Climate Justice: From Copenhagen to Cancun Via Cochabamba", ACME: An International E-Journal For Critical Geographies, Cilt 11, No.1, 2012, s.22.
"Over the past five years, undocumented young people have forced their plight onto the national political agenda through, among their other strategies, a series of high-risk and high-profile direct action campaigns," Heredia writes in the NACLA article, noting that the protesters "were risking deportation by forcing an interaction with the police."
In 2015, the Instituto Nacional de Migracion, Mexico's immigration agency, apprehended about 36,000 people from Central America, according to the NACLA.
NACLA Report on the Americas, September/October 2009, p.
Azzellini, Dario (2013), "The Communal State: Communal Councils, Communes, and Workplace Democracy", en: NACLA. Report on the Americas, Vol.