The Oxford University Chilean Society presents a film screening of Nae Pasaran.
In 1974, factory workers in Scotland refuse to repair jet engines from the Chilean Air Force in protest against Pinochet’s dictatorship. Four years later, the engines mysteriously disappear, ending the longest single action of international solidarity in the UK. The workers never found out the scale of their impact. Until now.
Alan Angell, Emeritus Fellow in Latin American Politics at St Antony’s College, will provide commentary.
This event has the support of the Green Templeton College GCR 100^2 Grant.