Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE)
Ecuador national strike National strike in Ecuador completes 15 days, struggle continues

Ecuadorian peasant, Indigenous and Afro-descendant organizations have vowed to continue fighting against poverty and deep inequalities in the country, despite persecution, criminalization and repression by the state

Daily Round-up|Rail workers on nationwide strike in the UK & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the British rail workers’ strike, the crackdown on protesters in Ecuador and a march in Belgium over the cost of living crisis

Defying repression, Ecuadorians continue to protest against neoliberalism

At least two indigenous protesters have been killed in the ongoing anti-government protests in Ecuador. Protestors have faced widespread repression and violence by the security forces

Ecuadorians continue to resist as national strike enters second week

Defying the state of emergency, enduring brutal police and military repression, hundreds of thousands of Ecuadorians continue to remain on the streets against neoliberalism

Ecuadorian Indigenous leader Leonidas Iza released on parole

An Ecuadorian judge ordered Iza’s release and imposed alternative measures to preventive detention, such as prohibiting him from leaving the country and periodically appearing before Cotopaxi’s Attorney General’s Office

CONAIE condemns wrongful arrest of Indigenous leader Leonidas Iza by Ecuadorian security forces

Iza’s arrest came after the first day of an indefinite national strike, called by CONAIE among other Indigenous and peasant organizations against the neoliberal economic policies of President Guillermo Lasso’s government, was a success

Daily Round-up| Ecuadorian movements on indefinite national strike and more stories

In today’s episode we take a look at the strike by Ecuadorian people’s movements, the resignation of the Sadrists in Iraq and the violence in Sudar’s Darfur

Daily Round-up | Iran stops goodwill cooperation with IAEA & other stories

In this episode, we take a look at Iran shutting down cameras after a spat with the IAEA, the death of a South African revolutionary, developments in Ecuador and sinking ties between Algeria and Spain

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