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Justice for the 72 workers killed at the Kentex fire


Josua Mata: “We must break the widespread culture and practice of corporate irresponsibility that made the loss of these workers’ lives not just immoral but evil and criminal”

People of African descent in Latin America: a one way ticket

People of African descent in Latin America: a one way ticket


Diógenes Díaz: Latin America is indebted to people of African descent and the contribution they have made to the building and integration of the subcontinent

Civil society will build a bridge to a safe climate future

Civil society will build a bridge to a safe climate future


Sharan Burrow & Kumi Naidoo: A new kind of climate alliance is challenging the status quo in Norway, setting an example for the world

Homemade weapons of our own mass destruction

Homemade weapons of our own mass destruction


Rami G. Khouri: More than 21 million children and young adolescents across the Arab world are either out of school or at risk of dropping out

Want to end slavery? Introduce an unconditional basic income

Want to end slavery? Introduce an unconditional basic income


Neil Howard: UBI is a tool for radical social justice

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Montenegro trade unions fight AmCham pressure over labour standards


Pressure on Montenegrin trade unions from employers’ organisations and foreign investors to amend domestic labour laws is mounting

Syrians forced into clandestinity in Lebanon

Syrians forced into clandestinity in Lebanon


If they want to work to survive, Syrians in Lebanon now have to relinquish their status as refugees and apply for a work permit through a Lebanese sponsor

Where has São Paulo's water gone?

Where has São Paulo’s water gone?


“When people can no longer wash themselves or use the toilet, they start to panic”

Spain's Gag Law: spectre of an authoritarian past

Spain’s Gag Law: spectre of an authoritarian past


The Gag Law is just one more in a series of highly repressive actions by state institutions against Spain’s autonomous social movements

Germany divided over future of coal

Germany divided over future of coal


A tax on coal power plants in Germany pits environmental concerns against fears over miners’ jobs