Peoples Dispatch in conversation with Francesco Valerio della Croce from the Italian Communist Party (PCI), on anti-immigrant laws, the ultra-right in Europe, the EU and the Italian left.
Peoples Dispatch in conversation with the Turin committee of Noi Restiamo, on the student protests against the privatization of campus spaces in Italy
Protests began on February 7 at the University of Turin, where outlets of Macdonald’s and Burger King have been set up. Students held community lunches and parades, demanding greater state investment in education
Logistics firms took disciplinary action against nearly 40 employees over the last month. While the court intervened in the case of 11 employees, the developments have highlighted the precarious situation of workers in the sector
Cesare Battisti, who has been in exile since 1981, was granted refugee status by former president Lula da Silva as a humanitarian gesture. He is accused of being involved in four murders, a charge he has denied.
Protesters accuse that rise in expenditure for studies had resulted in large number of school dropouts in the country