In an innovative form of protest, they took over the Place de la Republique in Paris and set up camps that will be stationed there for a week, beginning on December 2.
In Taranto, Italy, hundreds of workers at the Ilva steel plant went on a general strike on Friday, November 30.
We look at the politics behind the Democrats’ bid to impeach Donald Trump
The critics of this system point out that it legitimises the role of big money in elections and destroys any possibility of transparency in political funding.
Professor Satyajit Rath talks about how under right-wing governments, the focus has shifted from science that empowers people to marketable science.
Thousands of Palestinians participated in protests across the Israeli occupied West Bank and Gaza on Tuesday, 26 November.
In this explainer, we take a look at the fresh evidence that has emerged in the Syrian ‘chemical attack’ case that points to the fact that the Syrian government did not carry out any attack.
S’bu Zikode of Abahlali baseMjondolo, the shack dwellers’ movement of South Africa, talks about the attacks on their occupations, the nature of state response and the possibilities of resistance at a social and political level.
In this episode, we discuss post-coup developments in Bolivia, Israeli PM Netanyahu’s indictment, and new revelations in the case of the 2018 alleged chemical attack in Syria.
Prominent feminist and author of The Vagina Monologues Eve Ensler talks to Newsclick about her new book, The Apology.
We talk about the beginning of the movement, what it is fighting for, the many challenges it faces, and the future of the movement.
Jana Nakhal from the Lebanese Communist Party analyses the current stage of the movement, the response of the state and police, and the path ahead for the thousands on the street.