Latest addition : 3 July.
Indigenous Peoples Rising in Bolivia and Ecuador
Mexico 1968: society erupts onto the political stage
Latin America; Western Europe; South Asia
Burma; Thailand; US; Britain.
USA; Environment; Latin America
Environment; Women; Latin America
Palestine; Philippines; Italy
Environment; Brazil debate; Pakistan
Climate change; France; Italy
Italy; Middle East; Climate change
Cuba; France; Italy
War in the Middle East; Abortion Rights; World Social Forum
France; Italy; Sri Lanka
Request for the opening of a debate in plenary session of the Greek Parliament in connection with the results of work of the Truth Committee on the Public Debt. This request was presented by 49 Syriza MPs in the 24 hours which followed the public session of the committee on 18 June 2015.- read article...
The outcome of the ongoing battle against austerity will define the future not only of the Greeks but also the future of the European people who struggle for more democracy and equality. During the previous governments, Greece used to be a guinea pig but now is a positive example which some forces want to smash.- read article...
It was one of most fascinating days of Baba Jan’s election campaign. We started from Gilgit to join the main rally that would start from Ali Abad, in Hunza valley. We were a handful of comrades when the rally started, however within half an hour, we were over 100 on motorbikes and few cars.- read article...
We have been campaigning several years for the release of the ten “climate change prisoners” in Gilgit-Baltestan (north of Pakistan), the most prominent of them being Baba Jan. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, together with Shakrullah Baig, Iftikhar Hussain, Mahar Ali, Alleem Ullah, Irfan Ali, Rashid Minhas, Musa Baig, Sher Khan and Sher Ali.- read article...
These elections show that something has already changed. The historic defeat of the People’s Party is a forceful challenge to the policies of attack on rights, on democracy, a real slap in the face to the policies that have led to the working social majority into a situation of continuing impoverishment while the elites are enriched. It is only natural because the electorate is composed mostly of people that work every day to generate wealth and have suffered from the crisis. There is a fundamental advance in these elections: the consolidation of political tools such as the candidacies of Popular Unity and Podemos, through which the people have been able to express themselves. The popular mandate is clear: throw the PP out of all institutions without allowing the PSOE to provide a superficial replacement.- read article...