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Bullet #1060: The 10th Asia-Europe People's Forum Call to Action
| November 28, 2014
The 10th Asia Europe People's Forum (AEPF), representing citizens, people and social movements from Asia and Europe (which met on 10th to 12th of October 2014 in Milan, Italy), urges the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) and its member Governments to recognize the following issues and priorities and to take forward our recommendations.
by Katishi Masemola | November 27, 2014
This has been a sad and shameful week for South African trade union movement and the working class in general. COSATU, once a militant and profoundly democratic trade union federation, which was the envy of workers worldwide, has been reduced to a factional shell of its former self and glory.
What's New: Canadian Alliance of United Seniors (CAUS)
| November 27, 2014
CAUS is a new progressive seniors' organization in Canada -- an organization to rally and organize Canadians age 50 and over. Our intention is to design, build and develop a strong national organization that can reach and attract a significant portion of Canadian seniors who are still working, seeking work or retired -- and create a strong, effective voice for progressive programs and policies for seniors.
Bullet #1059: 43 Students and the Future of Mexico
by Justin Paulson | November 26, 2014
Nearly two months ago, on September 26, a group of students from the Normal Rural Raśl Isidro Burgos -- a boarding school for student teachers in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero -- was soliciting funds in nearby Iguala when they were attacked by local police, acting under orders. Six people were killed; the remaining 43 students were arrested and were not heard from again. They have, for now, joined the ranks of Mexico's disappeared.
What's New: Report on SANDA film screening
| November 25, 2014
A diverse group of more than 60 attended a unique film screening and discussion event at the North York Civic Centre last Saturday. The event started with Korean folk drumming which revved up the crowd, continued with an 83-minute film called Sanda (Surviving), and carried on a well-participated discussion which extended the program for 20 extra minutes. More than 40 people from the Civic Centre walked together in the rainy evening to a Korean restaurant a few blocks away.
What's New: 2014 Global Slavery Index
| November 25, 2014
This is the second edition of the Global Slavery Index, the flagship report of the Walk Free Foundation. The Global Slavery Index estimates the number of people in modern slavery in 167 countries. It is a tool for citizens, non government organisations, businesses and public officials to understand the size of the problem, existing responses and contributing factors, so they can build sound policies that will end modern slavery.
| November 25, 2014
The undersigned journalists have become alarmed at the precipitous decline of documentaries in the CBC-TV schedule, which has occurred not just for financial reasons, but because of programming priorities over many years. Now there are plans to shut down in-house production of feature documentaries. CBC Television, to be true to its core mandate, needs more long-form journalism and legacy programming -- not less.
| November 24, 2014
Legendary environmental leader David Suzuki walked up to a police line defending Kinder Morgan drill crews on Burnaby Mountain on Sunday, at a protest gaining world-wide attention.
The Work of Art in the Age of its Real Subsumption under Capital November 15, 2014
How Racism Created America's Chinatowns November 15, 2014
Venezuela Starts Scholarship for 1,000 Palestinians to Study Medicine November 15, 2014
SACP helped push Numsa's expulsion from Cosatu November 15, 2014
Walmart Wage Protest In Southern California Ends With 23 Arrests November 14, 2014
Why We Lost November 14, 2014
Canada's carbon emissions projected to soar by 2030 November 14, 2014
Mussolini would have envied Harper's style November 14, 2014
Unions, political action, and fairness for everyone November 14, 2014
German politician hides in toilet from truth about Israel November 13, 2014
Burkina Faso: African workers fighting neoliberalism November 13, 2014
Andrew Coyne, income splitting, and the child care blindspot November 13, 2014
Brazil's Party of Socialism and Freedom: Another Way of Doing Politics November 13, 2014In The News archive:
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|Book launch: A Line in the Tarsands|
Join contributors, an editor, and Line 9 activists for a celebration of A Line in the Tar Sands: Struggles for Environmental Justice.
Tar sands "development" comes with an enormous environmental and human cost. But tar sands opponents -- fighting a powerful international industry -- are likened to terrorists; government environmental scientists are muzzled; and public hearings are concealed and rushed.
Yet, despite the formidable political and economic power behind the tar sands, many opponents are actively building international networks of resistance, challenging pipeline plans while resisting threats to indigenous sovereignty and democratic participation.
* Toban Black, Editor
* Lana Goldberg, Rising Tide Toronto
* Lindsay Gray, Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines
* Myeengun Henry, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
* Lilian Yap, Contributor
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