2019 saw historic revolts against the neoliberal economic model that favors the elite and wealthy while making life precarious and miserable for the working-class
Strengthening their resistance against feel hike and in support of affordable education for all, on December 9, students of Jawaharlal Nehru University marched to the residence of the President of India in New Delhi.
Pakistan’s healthcare system is suffering from chronic under investment, worsened by the current privatization drive imposed by the IMF and carried out by the government of Imran Khan
Street hawkers marched in New Delhi on International Street Vendors’ day to denounce police harassment and to demand protections accorded to them by law.
Ravi Srivastava introduces labour rights in India in order to understand the current conversation on the proposed changes to the existing labour laws.
With the first private train being flagged off on a high density route in India, all of Indian railways could gradually face a similar fate.
In the afternoon, in response to the mass protests, Moreno declared a “state of emergency”, allowing the executive greater powers like ability to mobilize funds, censure media, deploy police and military, and shut transportation hubs.
Thousands of workers gather at New Delhi’s Parliament street on September 30 to join the trade unions’ convention against the attack on working class in India.
They are opposing Indian government’s decision to allow foreign companies’ entry into the sector
In light of the secretiveness that has marked negotiations around the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, trade justice activists and people’s movements are planning a campaign against the free trade agreement
The Modi government 2.0 is speeding up the process of privatising the Indian Railways with its ‘100 days action plan’.
The creative protest denounced how the right-wing government’s neoliberal economic policies have violated the most fundamental right to food for many sectors of society