UK Labour Party votes for motion calling Israel an apartheid state

The motion commits the Labour party to implementing sanctions including ceasing UK-Israel arms trade and trade with illegal Israeli settlements

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 29/09/2021

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‘More than a team, it is an entire people’: 100 years of Palestinian football in Chile

por Eman Abusidu - 22/09/2020

While some Arab countries were celebrating their normalisation deals with Israel and Google was removing Palestine from its maps, Club Deportivo Palestino in Chile was celebrating its centenary.

Amnesty slams ‘outrageous’ Algeria court ruling against journalist

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 16/09/2020

Amnesty International yesterday condemned an Algerian appeal court’s ruling against journalist Khaled Drareni who had been sentenced to two years in prison over his coverage of the Hirak protest movement.

September 19 : A Nationwide Day Of Protest in the US and dialogue on community control of police

por - 14/09/2020

September 19 : A Nationwide Day Of Protest in the US and dialogue on community control of police

Home News Stories of resilience

por Liz Hosken, Million Belay - 10/09/2020

A new Ecologist series explores grassroots stories of resilience and hope in a time of multiple crises.

Decolonial feminism and Buen Vivir

por Dennis L. Avilés Irahola - 04/09/2020

“We hereby decide to build a new form of public coexistence, in diversity and in harmony with nature, to achieve the good way of living, the Sumak Kawsay…” This path breaking declaration formed a part of the new constitution adopted by Ecuador in 2008, a remarkable effort to counter the challenges of an unjust development model and a deep political crisis.

Mining conflicts multiply, as critics of “extractivism” gather in Johannesburg

por Patrick Bond - 31/08/2020

The World Social Forum’s “Thematic Forum on Mining and Extractivism” convenes from 12-15 November 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa, just after the Southern Africa People’s Tribunal on Transnational Corporations.

Web-dialogue "World Social Forum Today"

por Marko Ulvila - 26/08/2020

On the occasion of the Finnish Social Forum on Sunday 30th August at 1 pm UCT.

Congress Writes to Zuckerberg Over ‘Bias’ in Facebook India; Demands Probe

por Ciranda.net - 19/08/2020

In a letter to Facebook CEO, Congress general secretary KC Venugopal also demanded that pending internal investigation and submission of report, the company should "consider a new team to lead Facebook India operations so as to not influence the probe".

#FreeMahmoud: Mahmoud Nawajaa is FREE!

por BDS - 18/08/2020

Thanks to sustained international pressure, Palestinian human rights defender and BDS coordinator Mahmoud Nawajaa was released after being held without charge by Israel for 19 days.

On 15 August, Indian feminists Ask, ‘Are We Really Independent?’

por Ciranda.net - 17/08/2020

On this, the 74th Independence Day of India, we are deeply troubled at the state of ‘independence’ in the nation

The International Aid the Lebanese People Urgently Need Must Not Be Used to Enforce Neoliberal Measures

por Ciranda.net - 13/08/2020

As activists in the international CADTM network we were deeply moved when hearing of the disastrous explosions that hit Beirut on Tuesday 4 August.

Feminist criticism of corporate power

por WMW - 12/08/2020

The virtual book and video series “Feminist Criticism of Corporate Power” are online!

Launch of an Appeal for a Nuclear Weapons Free Europe

por Ciranda.net - 10/08/2020

The statement goes on to say that “the world is at a crossroads and Europe has to make a strategic choice"

Hapiness by Steve Cutts

por Ciranda.net - 07/08/2020

The story of a rodent’s unrelenting quest for happiness and fulfillment.

The role of pandemics and climate in the crisis of civilization

por Massiah Gus - 06/08/2020

From Kyle Harper’s book: How the Roman Empire Collapsed

Memes as weapons of deception: Is social media shaping modern warfare?

por Omar Ahmed - 05/08/2020

It may not be the first time that such a tactic has been used, but it seems to be unprecedented in modern warfare.

The WSF is the ideal framework to encourage action

por Boaventura de Sousa Santos, Roberto Savio - 04/08/2020

Message to the World Social Forum: second manifesto of Porto Alegre - from an open space to a space for action

Egypt sentences TikTok female influencers to 2 years in prison

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 04/08/2020

A Cairo court yesterday sentenced two female TikTok influencers to two years in prison and fined them 300,000 Egyptian pounds ($19,000) each for “violating the values” of the country, Anadolu Agency reported.

Free Mahmoud Nawajaa!

por Asa Winstanley - 03/08/2020

A nine-year-old boy shouts: “Leave dad alone. Get out. Your dog doesn’t scare me!”

Aboriginal groups call for Rio Tinto to be stripped of human rights recognition

por Aaron Fernandes - 31/07/2020

Thirty-five Aboriginal and human rights organisations have signed a letter calling for Rio Tinto to be removed from a list of global companies that respect human rights.

Black lives matter but Dalit lives don’t?

por Pratistha Rijal - 30/07/2020

George Floyd’s murder set off a worldwide movement against racism, crimes against Dalits in Nepal do not trigger the same outrage

Video - In This Cold Place

por Ciranda.net - 29/07/2020

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir

Israel soldiers destroy another Palestinian coronavirus testing centre

por MEMO - Middle East Monitor - 28/07/2020

Construction of the facility, designed to contain the spread of the virus in the city, began nearly three months ago.

Brazil - the hour of worldwide indignation

por Chico Whitaker - 27/07/2020

Encouraged by the letter from my friend Friar Beto, which I sent you earlier, I now send you three concrete suggestions for action.

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