Topic: Spain

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Beatriz García, Nuria Alabao, Marisa Pérez: Spain’s Feminist Strike

What led millions to participate in Spain’s nationwide women’s strike—a stoppage of care work as well as wage labour? Assessment of the forces...   [ continue reading...]

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Around the world, workers march on May Day

Issue 1179May 4, 2018workers' rights & unionsMay Day, Jakarta.Demonstrations to mark May Day — International Workers’ Day, commemorated glo...   [ continue reading...]

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Spain: ‘Sister, I believe you’ — women protest for justice

Julian CoppensIssue 1179MeridaMay 4, 2018#MeTooLa Manadafeminismwomen's rightsSpainThroughout the day and into the night of April 26, tens of thousands dem...   [ continue reading...]

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The crime of aggression, the UK and France: time to show leadership on the principles of international law at the International Criminal Court

This is far more important for justice and peace in the world than protecting future leaders who would be responsi...   [ continue reading...]

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As public sector workers win gains, Denmark's Red-Green Alliance sets election path

Dick NicholsIssue DenmarkCopenhagenMay 3, 2018workers' rights and unionsAustraliaRGA parliamentary leader Pernille Skipper addresses the RGA conference.The...   [ continue reading...]

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As public sector workers strike, Denmark's Red-Green Alliance sets election path

Dick NicholsIssue DenmarkCopenhagenMay 3, 2018workers' rights and unionsAustraliaRGA parliamentary leader Pernille Skipper addresses the RGA conference.The...   [ continue reading...]

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In Spain, the “la manada” sexual assault case verdict triggers mass protests

"A group of five men cornered and raped a woman, and then filmed and shared it. However, the courts decided that it was not a rape."   [ continue reading...]

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The US teachers strike in historical perspective

Previous waves of unrest offer clues to the possible regeneration of the American labor movement....   [ continue reading...]

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Want to Bring Down Donald Trump? Follow the People Who Follow the Money

Donald Trump walks towards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on April 28, 2018, in Washington DC. (Photo by Ken Cedeno-Pool/Getty Images) The cur...   [ continue reading...]

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"Freedom" and "Liberty" Were Only for Whites in Settler Colonialism

By detailing the growth of the slave trade in the 17th century, Gerald Horne's new book, The Apocalypse of Settler Colonialism, reveals how white supremacy, cap...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Mixing isn't new, it isn't modern, it isn't cool. It simply is, has been, and will be.’

In the second part of our interview, journalist Lucía Asué Mbomío Rubio discusses her writings about racism in Spain.   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for April 27, 2018

In Historic Move, North & South Korean Leaders Meet at DMZ and Commit to Peace, On Capitol Hill, Lawmakers Call on Scott Pruitt to Resign over Slew of Scand...   [ continue reading...]

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Communism and democracy – a living legacy

Political actors must always reckon with natural limits, structural bias, institutional inertia, vested interests...   [ continue reading...]

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White Supremacy and Capitalism Are Deeply Entangled With the Colonial Slave Trade

The United States may have declared its independence from Britain in 1776, but it was from England and other European powers that the breakaway colonies inherit...   [ continue reading...]

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Brazil: Unionists around the world unite to demand ‘Free Lula’

Issue 1178April 26, 2018democracyhuman rightspolitical prisonersworkers' rights & unions#FreeLulaBrazilBritainBelgiumMembers of the International Trade...   [ continue reading...]

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Basque Country: ETA apology and dissolution an ‘unprecedented historic event’

Dick NicholsIssue 1178BarcelonaApril 26, 2018national liberationself-determinationBasque CountrySpainBasque Homeland and Freedom (ETA) apologised to all th...   [ continue reading...]

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You are all Northern Ireland now

The post BREXIT landscape sees two rival blocs with totally different, seemingly irreconcilable national aspiratio...   [ continue reading...]

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The Global Crisis of Plastic Pollution

This story was originally published by The New Republic and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. A young sperm whale, the...   [ continue reading...]

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Mediterranean Migrant Arrivals Reach 18,575 in 2018; Deaths Reach 559

IOM, the UN Migration Agency, reports that 18,575 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea through the first 108 days of 2018, with about 40 per cent arrivin...   [ continue reading...]

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Amnesty, not apology

In a free and fair society, amnesty for all migrants stuck within yet excluded from our dysfunctional system, is t...   [ continue reading...]

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