Privatization
Unions give board of South African Airlines one week to address demands

South African unions have resolved to take a strike action should the board of the airline not comply with their demands

French trade union protests French trade unions mobilize against new public service law

The new bill by the Emmanuel Macron government is a profound cost-cutting reform that would result in the loss of 120,000 jobs over the next three years.

Tunisian students wage battle against privatization

Tunisian student activist Sabrine Ayedi discusses the struggle to defend public higher education in her country

Left wing vs Right wing development models: the Indian experience

In an interview with NewsClick’s editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha, eminent economist Prabhat Patnaik talks about Gujarat and Kerala growth models in India, which reflect the right vs left wing ideas of development.

Hondurans defeat privatization measure with massive mobilizations

The measure would have privatized education and healthcare services in a country where access to these services is already highly limited

Yellow vests Yellow Vests hit the streets for the 25th consecutive week

In the city of Metz, thousands of yellow vests and environmentalists joined forces to protest at the venue of the meeting of environment ministers of the G7 countries

Trinidad and Tobago oilfield workers' struggle Trinidad & Tobago workers’ struggle to protect nation’s oil from private, multinational interests

In an exclusive interview, Peoples Dispatch talk to Ozzy Warwick about the historic workers’ movement in Trinidad and Tobago to protect the nation’s resources from vested interests and more

Greece strike energy workers Workers in Greece protest the government’s bid for privatization in the energy sector

The government has been steadily advancing its project of privatization in the gas sector through the sale of 66% of the National Transmission System in December 2018, the separation of marketing from distribution networks, and now a bill for further privatization.

Irish CP Interview - Part 2 ‘The working class of Dublin and Belfast have the same enemy, crony capitalism’

In the second part of the interview, Jimmy Doran talks about the current regime of neoliberalism under the EU and the socialist history of Irish nationalism

Atiku Abubakar & Muhammadu Buhari Nigeria decides: “The election doesn’t hold out much by way of alternatives to the neoliberal challenges”

To understand what this election means for labor rights, women rights and healthcare in the country, Peoples Dispatch interviewed Nnimmo Bassey, a Nigerian author, poet and environmental activist.

Pakistan IMF Why is Pakistan out of cash again?

As Pakistan negotiates a loan with the IMF, for what could be its 13th and possibly the biggest bailout package from the IMF, we take a look at why it is difficult for the South Asian giant to hold down a stable economy

Thomas Franco Peoples Dispatch The Narendra Modi government has failed the Indian people – in conversation with Thomas Franco

Thomas Franco, former general secretary of All India Bank Officers Confederation, talks about the state of the Indian economy under the far right Narendra Modi government.

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