Issue - February 2009



February 2009
Editorial

In this issue: Sara Vinci interviews Guido Ripamonti about Willaldea Project their time in Bolivia, and future plans; Gaia Pacha Foundation's spoke with Rebecca Wearmouth about the Ecoteca Project and the different environmental ideas they have to teach children; How to protect our rights in Bolivia is one of the main concerns for Amnesty International, Victoria Cowell talked to them; and Walter Sanchez tell us more about Cochabamba's history.read more...

February 2009

Editorial

In this issue: Sara Vinci interviews Guido Ripamonti about Willaldea Project their time in Bolivia, and future plans; Gaia Pacha Foundation’s spoke with Rebecca Wearmouth about the Ecoteca Project and the different environmental ideas they have to teach children; How to protect our rights in Bolivia is one of the main concerns for Amnesty International, Victoria Cowell talked to them; and Walter Sánchez tell us more about Cochabamba’s history.

The main objective of the cocha-banner is to promote different types of social work and happenings in Cochabamba or Bolivia in general, many of which the people of Cochabamba and visitors are unaware of. It is geared to help organizations, foundations and other groups spread the word of the work they do.

Cocha-banner is distributed for free within the city and covers a variety of topics from news and current affairs to features and reviews.

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Ximena Noya
Editor

the art of living together

For twenty years Willaldea was a village near Buenos Aires, a workshop of art and expression. However, in 2004 the projects Italian founders, Guido and Yolanda, moved and the Argentinean village became a travelling theatre company, touring across the whole of the South America.

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