At least 19 activists have been arrested for opposing expansion plans of UK’s largest polluter, the Heathrow polluter in London.
Protests are continuing across the UK against the Queen approving the suspension of parliament for five weeks under the advice of prime minister Boris Johnson.
At least a 100,000 Rohingya marched in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, the largest refugee camp in the world.
Salvador Romano, a human rights defender, was fatally shot on July 7 on the island of Negros in Philippines. Peasant leaders, activists, and trade unionists in Negros are facing constant attacks and violence from the state authorities
Over 90,000 teachers have been on an indefinite strike since June 3 behind the banner of Chile’s largest teachers’ union, Colegio de Profesores de Chile (CPC)
Now, 50 years later, pride marchers are returning to the roots of the movement and raising political issues and matters of oppression of the community.
We take a look at the sanctions that have been imposed on the country and the debilitating impact these measures have on the lives of the people.
Rights groups in France managed to stop the loading of French weapons meant for sale to Saudi Arabia by holding demonstrations at the Le Havre port last week.
On May 8, two days before Uber’s initial public offering at the share market, Uber and other rideshare app drivers across the world went on a strike to protest the precarious work conditions of their jobs.
India’s sanitation workers wage struggle for fairer working conditions
Clashes outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington DC are continuing with Juan Guaido supporters growing increasingly hostile and violent.
Ambedkar, who was born into the Dalit community (the former untouchable castes), overcame great suffering to emerge as one of the foremost leaders of both the community, and the Indian people.