Issue - June 2010



June 2010

Editorial

In this edition Lauren Rutter reviews the UPB's theatre production Dr. 0; CBA students highlight ways to solve the garbage problem in the city; Floriane Guyot discovers how micro financing can help to empower women; Jaime Bassett explains about sustainable development week; Rocio Carranza looks at why richer nations should take responsibility for climate change and Walter Sanchez uncovers the history of band music in the Valle Alto. read more...

June 2010

Editorial

In this edition Lauren Rutter reviews the UPB’s theatre production Dr. 0; CBA students highlight ways to solve the garbage problem in the city; Floriane Guyot discovers how micro financing can help to empower women; Jaime Bassett explains about sustainable development week; Rocío Carranza looks at why richer nations should take responsibility for climate change and Walter Sánchez uncovers the history of band music in the Valle Alto.

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Ximena Noya
Editor

Dr.0 at Proyecto mARTadero. Beware of False Prophets!

The Universidad Privada Boliviana (UPB) theatre workshop’s production Dr. 0 returned at proyecto mARTadero from the 14th to 16th of May. After winning three awards at the BICU theatre competition in Santa Cruz last year, the play, written and directed by Claudia Eid, successfully reappeared on stage.

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