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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.



What's New: A Left Political Alternative for the Refoundation of Europe

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.



What's New: Heavy blow to workers signals high time for an unified left

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.



What's New: The Importance of Being Autonomous

by Jackson Petsche | April 5, 2014

In a letter to Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno once wrote, "l'art pour l'art is... in need of a defense." This strange and somewhat cryptic remark is interesting coming from a Marxist critic who made several criticisms of "l'art pour l'art" or art for art's sake.



Bullet #964: The Emergence of the New Left Party in Slovenia

by Gal Kirn | April 4, 2014

Only a few years ago anyone advocating socialism in the Slovenian public media was seen either as an old nostalgic decrying 'good old times' and Josip Broz Tito, or as a leftist extremist, who in the political spectrum does not sit far away from the extreme right-wingers.



What's New: Economies in Transition

| April 3, 2014

The world's economy has gone through massive changes over the past quarter century or so. As we've analyzed them in this special issue of Canadian Dimension, these changes include the transition from state socialism to state capitalism in Russia and China and their incorporation into a world of global capitalism.



What's New: Tens of thousands First Nation children died in residential schools

by Dene Moore | April 3, 2014

The death records of tens of thousands of First Nations children who died during the time residential schools were operating in Canada have been handed over to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Several provincial governments gave up the records to the commission, which will now cross-reference the information with student lists to determine who among the children died while in the care of the church-run schools and where they might be buried.



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Keystone XL pipeline protesters gather in Washington April 24, 2014

Where is Putin's Russia going? April 24, 2014

Canada pushes whales aside to green light oil pipeline April 24, 2014

NATO's Military Build-Up In Poland: A Reverse Cuban Missile Crisis April 24, 2014

Should riding the bus be free in Quebec City? April 24, 2014

Fred Ho's Far-Out, Radical Journey April 24, 2014

Sweden's Great Welfare Heist April 24, 2014

Canada Shifts to Right Under Harper, Mimicking the United States April 23, 2014

Guidelines for the formation of a leftist stance on Syria April 23, 2014

Strike spreads at Chinese supplier to Adidas and Nike April 23, 2014

Call for Solidarity with Q'eqchi' Communities April 23, 2014

Biggest Strike In China's History Enters 6th Day April 23, 2014

What are we going to do about Vancouver's Chinatown? April 23, 2014

Life expectancy for Aboriginals in Toronto is 37 April 23, 2014

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Dayschool: A School on Fighting Austerity

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

Panels on:
* 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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