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Teachers protest Morocco Teachers in Morocco on strike to protest legal persecution by authorities over protests

For the last several years, teachers have been protesting regularly demanding an end to the contractual system introduced by the government in 2016 which resulted in lesser pay and benefits and job insecurity for hundreds of thousands of teachers 

Delivery workers strike UAE Food delivery workers in Dubai strike for pay hike amidst rising expenses

The strike held on Tuesday was the second such strike by food delivery workers in the UAE, a rare occurrence in the tightly-run Gulf state

Health and care workers Slovenia Health and care workers in Slovenia fight for pay hikes and equal rights

Around 50,000 workers in the Slovenian health and care sectors went on strike on February 16 protesting poor working conditions, low salaries, outdated norms and regulations, and violations of the agreements

Health workers in Slovenia go on strike

Members of the three largest healthcare trade unions in Slovenia joined a strike of warning for fairer remuneration and professional equity in the sector

Africa’s vaccination rate lags at 8% as booster doses deepen inequity and other stories

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

Turkey workers' protest Trade unions in Turkey call for demonstrations demanding revision in minimum wage

The Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey has said that the current national minimum wage is not sufficient for workers to meet their basic needs amid rising prices and an economic crisis intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic

UCU Strike - UK Academic staff across the UK protest cuts in salaries and pension

Tens of thousands of academic workers in around 58 universities across the UK joined a three-day strike called by the University and Colleges Union (UCU) between December 1-3

UK Higher Education workers strike for fair pay, working conditions and other stories

Today we look at the UCU strike across 58 UK universities over pay and conditions, the re-imposition of the Remain in Mexico migrant policy by the US, and more

Student workers strike US Columbia University student workers begin second largest strike in the US

The strike by over 3,000 Columbia graduate student workers is taking place amid a wave of similar actions at some of the richest universities in the United States which have failed to give workers their due

Workers strike US Striking Warrior Met coal miners arrested at protest in New York City

Seven members of the United Mine Workers of America were arrested after staging a sit-in in front of the headquarters of the multi-trillion dollar investment firm BlackRock, which is largest shareholder in Warrior Met Mines

Casualties reported after bombing and gunfire outside Kabul airport and other stories

Today we look at the explosions outside the Kabul airport, the Danish government’s intervention in a historic nurses strike, and more

Toyota strike South Africa After NUMSA intervenes, Toyota South Africa reinstates nearly 3,000 dismissed workers

The workers were dismissed after they launched an ‘unprotected’ strike on January 24. The reinstatement comes as the strike action has taken a heavy toll on the company’s vehicles production