Chilean Resistance

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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.[1][2] Among the publications from this movement are the Chilean Resistance Courier [3] and Human Rights for Chile published by the Support Committee for Chilean Resistance.[4]

The movement has further led to a number of works in various media.[5][6]


  1. ^ "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)
  2. ^ 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
  3. ^ OCLC record.
  4. ^ OCLC record
  5. ^ [1] Latin American Theater Review 1999,p.204- Lepeley, Osear, "The Cueca of the Last Judgment: Politics of Chilean. Resistance in Tres Marías y una Rosa"
  6. ^ Karaxu : the music of the Chilean Resistance; an analysis of composition and performance J Fairley 1987.