The third day of national protests will see rallies in more than 80 cities, calling for the end of policies of privatization
In this episode, we report on protests and strikes in India, Honduras and Swaziland.
Several students were gravely injured after the Military Police illegally raided the University campus and open fired at students
After weeks of mass mobilizations against the privatization of healthcare and education, Hondurans are demanding the resignation of president Juan Orlando Hernández
The government has yet to respond to the demands of the education and healthcare workers who have been mobilizing to defend the sectors for more than a month.
In this episode of Around the World, we go to Sudan, Algeria, and Honduras.
Massive mobilizations in Honduras rage on and channelize widespread anger and rejection of against the far-right government of Juan Orlando Hernández
More than one million people took part in protests against education budget cuts and the pension reform
Workers, students, and professors are mobilizing with other sectors against dismantling of public education
Tunisian student activist Sabrine Ayedi discusses the struggle to defend public higher education in her country
Chicago Teachers Union leadership said that the recent surge in teachers’ strikes is driven by resistance to more than a decade of austerity and the dire consequences of the push to privatize public education.
The controversial bill, named SB: 451, was set to introduce charter schools in West Virginia for the first time, in a bid to privatize education