Dozens of social movements and organizations mobilized on Saturday to denounce the report presented by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet
This episode discusses the UN report on Venezuela, the assassination of a human rights activist in the Philippines and 500 days of workers mobilization in India.
The much anticipated UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights report barely touched upon how the economic sanctions and right-wing violence have impacted the lives of the Venezuelan people
In this episode, we take a look at the Sudanese protesters securing an agreement of with the military junta about civilian dominated transitional government, the anti-migrant policy protests in Argentina and the 4th of July protests in the USA.
Plans allegedly included the assassination of President Maduro.
In the second part of this explainer series, we will be focussing on the impact of the sanctions that were imposed in 2019.
Venezuela’s cities have given birth to a powerful social movement aimed at fighting capitalism on a territorial level.
Professor Sonya Surabhi Gupta talks about the breadth of resistance to the US imperial project in Latin America.
Guaido’s representative in the US, Carlos Vecchio, is also being accused of fraud in CITGO worth US $70 million.
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.
Kenyan activist Ruth Nyambura of the African Ecofeminist Collective spoke to Peoples Dispatch in Caracas, Venezuela during the International Peoples’ Assembly in February.