Today’s episode looks at the slow vaccination rate in Africa, the postponement of elections in Libya, and an end to the Kellogg’s strike
The law was passed with 158 votes in support in the 300-seat parliament even while it garnered heavy criticism from the opposition on June 16.
The right-wing Narendra Modi government used the pandemic and the lockdown to foist more exploitative policies. But the sustained resistance by people has shaken its hubris
Brinda Karat, Polit Bureau member of the Communist Party of India (Maxist), talks about the all-India protest day organized by the party on June 16
Chile has already entered the Stage 4 coronavirus transmission scenario and the country’s Health Minister has ruled out imposing total quarantine to contain the spread of the virus
Ravi Srivastava introduces labour rights in India in order to understand the current conversation on the proposed changes to the existing labour laws.
Trade unions denounced the anti-worker, anti-trade union reforms proposed in the New Development Bill proposed by the New Democracy (ND) government
Protesters demonstrated demanding fundamental rights such as education, health, housing, employment and decent pensions.
The teachers and workers from across sectors are mobilizing against bills that threaten the right to strike, freedom of association and the survival of trade unions.
Costa Rican students and teachers are protesting against a series of regressive reforms in the education sector promoted by the government of President Carlos Alvarado.
The working class population was forced to embark on more than 18 country-wide general and sectoral strikes since the Hindu conservative Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) came to power in 2014.
President Rouhani is considered to be a staunch supporter of privatization and anti-trade union policies.