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INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM FOR DEMOCRACY

The International Museum for Democracy was officially opened on April 24, 2019. However, since 2011 its doors had been periodically opened to publicize progress in the building’s long restoration process and to display some of the valuable documents and objects in your collection.

JUNE 20TH

Step to the Immortality of General Manuel Belgrano.

Regrets

I’ve been searching for a video that really impressed me a few years ago. It was an indigenous community in …

THE YEAR WE VOTED AGAIN

On October 30, 1983, we Argentines reconquered our right to vote after seven years of dictatorship. This date can be …

ARTICLE 25 – UNDER THE LENS OF LATIN AMERICANS

Latin America is one of the regions of the planet where a large part of the population does not have …

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DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Human rights have a central place in the museum: there is no democracy without validity and respect for the rights that the Universal Declaration guarantees to all citizens, without distinction.
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MIGRANTS AND BORDERS

Human rights have a central place in the museum: there is no democracy without validity and respect for the rights that the Universal Declaration guarantees to all citizens, without distinction.
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SLAVERY

Slavery did not end, it just changed its ways. Contemporary slavery is more subtle or less visible, but as cruel and degrading as ever. Its essence has not changed.
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LAST DICTATORSHIP IN ARGENTINA

Perhaps a dictatorship can be defined as the contractor of democracy, because it suppresses all the rights that it guarantees us.
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