On November 25, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, working class women across the world raise their voices against patriarchal violence, exploitation and oppression
People’s organizations, movements, political parties and international platforms have come together to strengthen the struggle against imperialism and defend the people amid an intensified global crisis
Vijay Prashad and Manuel Bertoldi discuss the pressing need for states to take humanitarian measures in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic and crisis
In the wake of the global COVID-19 outbreak, movements from across the world call for states to adopt measures to ensure the well-being and survival of the people
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Kenyan activist Ruth Nyambura of the African Ecofeminist Collective spoke to Peoples Dispatch in Caracas, Venezuela during the International Peoples’ Assembly in February.
Several participants of the Assembly faced acts of intimidation and repression by migratory officials during their trips to and from Venezuela. A journalist was deported on the way to country from Panama
The international assembly was attended by around 500 delegates from five continents, representing 181 people’s movements and organizations.
The assembly released a final statement reaffirming their solidarity with Venezuela and denouncing the imperialist attacks on its sovereignty and right to self-determination
Delcy Rodríguez participated in the opening of the International Peoples’ Assembly, in the capital Caracas
Speaking at the closing event of the first day of the assembly, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodríguez said that the country will never surrender to the US diktat and with the support of the people it will overcome the attack.
The ‘Che Guevara’ Internationalist Brigade culminated its activities on February 22 in Venezuela