Chilean student leader and Time magazine’s “Person of the Year, 2011,” Camila Vallejo believes “We can change the world.”
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About the Author
Camila Vallejo: Camila Vallejo was president of the University of Chile Student Federation (2010-11) and the main spokesperson of the Confederation of Chilean Students. She is only the second woman to have held these posts.
She emerged as a prominent spokesperson for the mass student movement that mobilized thousands of people during 2011, demanding free and equitable access to education.
Camila grew up in the town of Macul and La Florida, Santiago. Her two grandfathers were “disappeared” under the Pinochet dictatorship (1973-1990).
In 2011 she toured France, Belgium, Switzerland and Brazil.
Table of Contents
NOTA EDITORIAL [Editor’s Note]
HAY QUE SEGUIR DANDO LA BATALLA [We will continue doing battle]
Entrevista a Camila Vallejo [Interview with Camila Vallejo]
COLUMNAS Y DISCURSOS [Articles and Speeches]
[The PSU as an exclusion mechanism]
[To the XVI Latin American and Caribbean Congress of Students]
[The University of Chile and the strengthening of democracy. Does the Bello House fulfill its mission statement?]
[About the approval of the Castilla thermoelectric plant, or how Money has the final say]
[The useless dialogue of Lavín]
[How long must we wait?]
[Toward a rational solution for the people, Eichholz]
[Towards a happier and more equal country]
[What has changed in Chile?]
[Destroying the myths of neoliberalism]
[What are we demanding, where is the real conflict and why]