Chilean Resistance is the collective term used to refer to a broad range of activities initiated by cultural, social and political organisations in opposition to the Pinochet regime between 1973 and 1990. Among the publications from this movement are the Chilean Resistance Courier and Human Rights for Chile published by the Support Committee for Chilean Resistance.
The movement has further led to a number of works in various media.
^"Chile Rising: Women in the Resistance - Chilean women fought for a democratic government under Allende, against the fascist dictator Pinochet and now demand peace and economic justice." by Gladys Marin. Political Affairs v. 82, no. 7, (2003)
^Women in the Chilean resistance : two members of the MIR (Movement of the Revolutionary Left) speak of their experiences as political prisoners and active members of the resistance by Gladys Díaz; Carmen Castillo OCLC 6233253