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by Anej Korsika | April 7, 2014
On 8 March, the Initiative for Democratic Socialism had its founding congress and officially transformed itself into a political party. In the invitation to the congress we have written that in the last twenty years all political parties in Slovenia have been representatives of one and the same fraction, the fraction of capital.
What's New: Front d'action socialiste
| April 7, 2014
Devant les dangers d'une crise écologique de plus en plus inévitable, devant l'impitoyabilité des mesures d'austérité en Amérique du Nord et en Europe, devant la généralisation de la misère et de l'exploitation en Asie, en Afrique et en Amérique latine, devant l'atrocité des guerres impérialistes au Moyen-Orient...
Bullet #965: The Left and the European Union
by Panagiotis Sotiris | April 7, 2014
What has been happening in Greece, since the beginning of the austerity packages in 2010 can only be described in terms of a giant experiment in neoliberal social engineering. In terms of magnitude and scope it well surpasses the effects of the notorious IMF 'structural adjustment programs.'
What's New: Public owners need public aims
by Michal Rozworski | April 6, 2014
I stumbled upon a presentation released by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) yesterday. The presentation outlined strategies for companies to integrate ethical and environmental concerns raised by consumers. In many ways, this is nothing new.
What's New: The Global Development Crisis
by Ben Selwyn | April 6, 2014
The author critiques mainstream and most alternative conceptions of development and advances the concept of 'labour-centred development'. He argues for interpreting labouring class struggles from below as developmental, and thinks through what kinds of development can emerge from these struggles - from local to national to global levels.
by Alexis Tsipras | April 6, 2014
Alexis Tsipras, President of SYRIZA (Greece), Vice President of the Party of the European Left, Candidate for the Presidency of the European Commission speaks at a conference in Dublin.
by Solidarity Halifax | April 5, 2014
Stephen McNeil has launched an underhanded attack on workers by introducing Bill 37. The bill is designed to destroy worker power in the public sector. Bill 37 is duplicitous. It goes beyond the scope of this particular labour dispute by reaching into future rounds of negotiations and declawing the union power of some 40,000 public sector workers.
Sweden: How the welfare state was stolen April 23, 2014
Quebec Election 2014 April 22, 2014
UK has 'worst quality of life in Europe' April 22, 2014
Follow the Money, Part 4 -- Who owns the National Post? April 22, 2014
Austerity in Greece caused more than 500 male suicides April 22, 2014
CLC 2014 Candidate for President Primer April 22, 2014
Leadership for a Bold Labour Movement April 22, 2014
In Cold War Echo, Obama Strategy Writes Off Putin April 22, 2014
Seattle's Elite Begin Their Counter Attack April 21, 2014
The Rise of the Digital Proletariat April 21, 2014In The News archive:
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| 9:45am, Saturday April 26, 2014
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|Dayschool: A School on Fighting Austerity|
Solidarity Against Austerity presents:
A School on Fighting Austerity
Join activists and organizers from across Ottawa – Gatineau, and speakers from Quebec and Ontario for a day of presentations, discussions and debates about the realities of austerity and how to fight against it
* Global Austerity, Global Resistance
* Learning From Our Past
* Fighting Austerity Today
* Beyond Current Struggles
Speakers include: Jeremie Bedard-Wien, Natalie Mehra, J. C. Parrot, Ben Powless, Rosemary Warskett, Dave Bush, Kelly O'Sullivan, David McNally.
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