Zoe Alexandra
Evangelicalism in Brazil “It is not a sin to vote for Lula”: The left and Evangelicalism in Brazil

Evangelicals are a crucial voting block in Brazil but they are in no way a homogeneous group. Progressive Evangelical groups and people’s movements are campaigning to dispel misconceptions and bridge the gap between the community and the left

Fear and misinformation dominate discourses of Brazilian right

In the lead-up to the general elections in Brazil, the far-right has intensified its campaign of hysteria and fear-mongering instead of providing concrete solutions to the crises affecting the people

Venezuela’s gold dispute in UK courts is a battle for sovereignty

The official government of Venezuela has been engaged in a legal dispute with the Bank of England to regain control over gold assets worth over $1.8 billion

Ali Jallouli: ‘The Tunisian people are against absolute autocracy’

The Tunisian people have resisted the authoritarian moves of Kais Saied and insist on the defense of democracy and freedom

Is health transformation possible in Colombia? Living sabroso, living healthy

The recent victory of Gustavo Petro and Francia Márquez at the presidential election in Colombia, a great sense of hope has arisen when protection of health rights is concerned

France’s New Ecologic and Social People’s Union presents a radical vision in parliamentary election

Zoe Alexandra of Peoples Dispatch speaks to Florence Roger, candidate of the New Ecologic and Social People’s Union. The coalition of left and progressive parties has made major strides ahead of French parliamentary elections scheduled for June 12

Amid global uncertainty, ALBA Movements forges unity and hope

The continental platform of social movements will hold its third continental assembly in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to analyze the current situation and define strategies for the next period.

A new spring for Irish unity

People across the island of Ireland are seeking progressive solutions to their issues as conservatives in Westminster and Dublin have failed them

Giuliano Brunetti: “Our struggle against NATO is a struggle against occupying forces”

The offensive military alliance has been at the heart of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, which has led many to question the alliance itself and what it means to be part of it. Giuliano Brunetti of Potere al Popolo talks about the Italian left’s perspective

ALBA Movements fortifies its commitment to build internationalism and La Patria Grande

The platform of social movements will hold its third continental assembly at the end of April in Buenos Aires, Argentina where it will discuss its six principles of struggle

“It’s time for Our America”: ALBA Movements to hold third Continental Assembly in Argentina

Argentina will host the third assembly of the platform of Latin American people’s movements amid the shifting political panorama in the region

Xiomara Castro to be sworn in amid political turmoil in Honduras

Tensions have been growing ahead of Castro’s swearing in following signs of attempts by conservative sections to undermine her proposals for transformation