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What's New: TUC commits to step up the campaign for a free Palestine

| October 1, 2014

In a statement from its General Council, the TUC condemns the "collective punishment of the people of Gaza," and describes Israel's latest land grab in the West Bank as "a shocking provocation." The strongly worded statement, which was passed almost unanimously today, says the response of the UK government, the EU and the UN to Israel's 2014 attack on Gaza has been "unacceptable."

What's New: Solidarity with pro-democracy protests in HongKong

| September 30, 2014

CUPE expresses our support for the protests initiated by students and supported by workers in Hong Kong. We draw tremendous inspiration from activists who are mobilizing to demand a voice in their country. We offer them our solidarity as they courageously stand up in the face of injustice and the violent suppression of their rights.

Bullet #1041: Climate Convergence Moves Us Forward, But Challenges Us to Create a Strategy

by Dan La Botz | September 30, 2014

The Global Climate Convergence with its more than one hundred workshops, its large plenary sessions, and its miles-long mass march of more than 300,000 people, the largest climate protest in American history, represents a turning point for the environmental movement.

What's New: Le capitalisme au Canada et la 'révolution' Harper

| September 29, 2014

Le Canada subit une véritable «révolution de droite» menée par le gouvernement conservateur de Stephen Harper qui, contre l'État-providence, cherche à démanteler les programmes sociaux et à affaiblir la classe travailleuse.

What's New: Labour panel pans Glavine's healthcare union idea

| September 29, 2014

Solidarity Halifax member Larry Haiven speaks out on CBC against the NS Liberal government's announcement to impose union choice in the public healthcare sector.

What's New: One Million Climate Jobs

| September 29, 2014

We face a climate crisis and an economic crisis in Britain and across the world. We have people who need jobs and urgent work that needs to be done to shift to a low-carbon economy. The Campaign against Climate Change Trade Union group has led the UK campaign for a million climate jobs, linking to similar campaigns in other countries.

Bullet #1040: Beyond 2015: Is Another Development Possible?

by Benjamin Selwyn | September 28, 2014

As we near 2015, the United Nations will probably set new objectives on behalf of the global community to supersede the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The MDGs are held largely by the UN, the World Bank and many anti-poverty campaigners, which I label here the anti-poverty consensus, to have been a success. According to the UN, The First MDG -- the objective of halving world poverty between 1990 and 2015 -- was achieved already in 2010.

What's New: On the Left or in Russia?

by Stephen Velychenko | September 27, 2014

All governments face people living beyond their borders, both foreign and native-born, who are either detractors or advocates of its policies. Vladimir Putin's government is no different from any other in this respect. What is odd about the Russian case is that radical leftists are among those who support the Russian ruling class and its decidedly capitalist and imperialist government.

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Union of fear and loathing September 22, 2014

Climate change marches: Kerry cites fight against Ebola and Isis as thousands join protests September 22, 2014

The Teamsters of New York Are Speaking Out About Climate Change September 22, 2014

What Socialist Communes look like in Venezuela September 22, 2014

Montreal, Canada Hit by Massive Worker Protests September 22, 2014

The New Conservative Love Affair With Canada September 22, 2014

First Nation to open 'Museum of Canadian Human Rights Violations' September 22, 2014

A Line in the Tar Sands September 22, 2014

No Jets T.O.'s floating demonstration September 22, 2014

Pension protest brings out thousands in Montreal September 21, 2014

Wrongfully Convicted, Leonard Peltier Is Turning 70 in Prison September 21, 2014

We Need a Global Carbon Tax September 21, 2014

Climate change rallies held across Australia urge Tony Abbott to act now September 21, 2014

Huge Race Riot In Israel As African Immigrants Are Beaten In The Street September 21, 2014

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7:00pm, Thursday October 9, 2014
Beit Zatoun, 612 Markham Street, Toronto.

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twinkle starTransit Forum: Beyond the Gridlock

Beyond the Gridlock
Public Transit Struggles from across Europe and North America

Struggles to expand public transport and to block privatization are central to overturning neoliberalism and addressing climate justice. This forum brings together some of the leading public transit activists in Europe and North America.

Chairs: Greg Albo (Socialist Project/York) & TTCRiders, Toronto
* Allan Alakula (EU representative, Tallinn);
* Marcus Finbom (, Stockholm);
* Joanna Erbel (Congress of Urban Movements, Warsaw);
* Jaron Browne (POWER, San Francisco-Bay Area)

Presented by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Berlin and New York Offices, Socialist Project, Centre for Social Justice, York University | Facebook event | PDF poster
2:30pm, Thursday October 9, 2014
York Univ (Verney Room), 4700 Keele St (6th floor South Ross), Toronto.

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Forum: Transit Activism in Europe

Heiner Monheim talks about transit activism in Europe

Prof. Dr Monheim, primary at raumcom institute for spatial development and communication will speak about: "Closer to the Riders: Options for a successful public transport in Germany and Europe"

Presented by the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation New York Offices, The City Institute at York, the CCGES, Geography and Political Science Departments | Facebook event
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