Zoe Alexandra
Morocco’s Democratic Way faces intensified crackdown

The left-wing Democratic Way of Morocco has been prevented from holding a crucial Congress. This is only the latest chapter in a long campaign of repression and intimidation waged against the movement by the state

Rebuilding healthcare system is top priority for incoming government in Honduras

Carmen Madrid of the People’s Health Movement in Honduras talks about how the healthcare system was wrecked by the 12-year rule of the National Party and how it can be revived

They are leaving: Is the tide turning for Honduras?

Honduran sociologist Eugenio Sosa, who advised the Libre Party, talks about its election platform, the polarization campaign carried out by the ruling National Party, and why these elections are so important for the country

The Libre Party wants to return dignity to the people of San Pedro Sula

Omar Menjivar, the candidate for vice-mayor in the city of San Pedro Sula, discussed the proposal to transform the city and to prioritize the needs of those people who have been abandoned for years

Honduran movements build new strategies to engage with institutional politics

The Broad Movement for Justice and Dignity proposed a “pact for dignity” to local candidates to hold them accountable for enacting necessary change in government

Violence and intimidation leave bloody imprint on Honduran elections

Ahead of Sunday’s elections in Honduras, Olivia Zúniga Cáceres, congresswoman of the Libre Party, talks about the violence, hate and intimidation suffered by candidates and members of the opposition

What role does the military play in climate change?

A gaping hole in the COP26 official agenda was the oversized role of the military industrial complex in environmental devastation. The US is a global leader on this front with the Pentagon being a bigger polluter than 140 countries combined

Why our climate isn’t jumping for joy after COP26

The COP26 achieved very little of the urgent demands raised by world leaders and civil society organizations to save the planet as corporate interests reigned supreme

At COP26, the only person arrested and charged was a Communist.

Amid the deepening climate crisis, it has become increasingly clear that capitalism is not only the root of the problem, but it also offers no viable solutions. Police cracked down on those that bore the clarion call “socialism or extinction”

Venezuela condemns illegal kidnapping of envoy Alex Saab

Following Saab’s extradition, Venezuela announced that it was suspending its participation in the dialogue process with the opposition in Mexico

Ecuadorian president Guillermo Lasso in eye of Pandora Papers storm

Information accessed by a member of parliament indicates that Guillermo Lasso’s wife may have served as a front to him help bypass rules on stashing money in tax havens

Movements in the US call to expand healthcare access

The Nonviolent Medicaid Army organized a week of action from September 13-20 to strengthen calls to expand healthcare coverage and unite organizations working on the issue

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