Protests by Anganwadi workers in India
‘Modi govt says our work is essential, but calls us volunteers’

On March 15, over 500 scheme workers gathered in protest in New Delhi demanding recognition of their work, minimum wages, social security, and that the Narendra Modi-led BJP government fulfil its 2018 promise of a wage hike.

50 childcare workers fired in India for demanding promised pay hike

52,000 child care workers, also known as anganwadi workers, have been on strike in Haryana for over a month. They are demanding a pay raise that was promised to them by the Indian prime minister Narendra Modi 4 years ago.

Indigenous anti-pipeline protestors face renewed threats in Canada and other stories

Today we look at new threats facing Wet’suwet’en water protectors in Canada, the killing of a Palestinian man by Israeli forces in the West Bank, and more

Don’t take child care for granted, anganwadi workers warn Indian government

In the southern Indian state of Karnataka, around 30,000 child care workers embarked on a long march on December 10.

Sindhu Issue-based struggles have converged into a battle against Indian Prime Minister Modi’s policies

A.R. Sindhu of the All India federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers talks about the joint struggles of Indian trade unions and the fight against the far-right wing government of Narendra Modi.

Mid-day meals workers across India to stage protest on February 8

The protest will be held in solidarity with the near 250,000 mid-day meal scheme workers who have been protesting in the State of Bihar, demanding higher wager, government employee status and pensions

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