Public sector
Australia’s public school teachers protest for better pay, conditions and other stories

Today we look at the strike public school teachers in Australia, threats against Colombian presidential frontrunner Gustavo Petro, and more

Fighting for health for all today

Health activists from India, the UK, and Brazil discuss what ‘health for all’ means to them and why fighting for it is an urgent necessity

Crackdown in El Salvador, toxic contamination at US base in Seoul and other stories

Today we look at the state of emergency in El Salvador after a surge in killings, soil and water contamination at a US base in South Korea, and more

COVID-19 crisis has reminded society of the importance of public services

On Public Service Day, we spoke to Jammu Anand of the Nagpur Municipal Corporation Employees Union in India. He spoke about the different crises being faced by the public sector right now.

COVID-19 crisis brings to light the need for a much stronger public sector

The situation is such that the public sector, long maligned by neoliberal economists and weakened by governments beholden to neoliberalism, is playing a major role in the fight against coronavirus

France LPPR “The neoliberal LPPR is detrimental to public projects including health and education”

Virginie Dutoya & Vanessa Caru from the committee for the mobilization of universities and research centers speak about the proposed French multi-annual research programming law and the dire impact it will have on education in the country

Avadi Tamil Nadu In India, 400,000 defence civilian employees go on strike against anti-working class measures

The defence civilian employees are striking to protest privatisation, disinvestment in defence PSUs, the National Pension System, among other things

Cacaolat workers' strike Workers in chocolate milk factory in Spain suspend strike after company agrees to demands

The workers launched an indefinite strike after the company insisted on retaining an extra work shift for the 2019 calendar

British railways Re-nationalize the British railways: demand the unions after reasons behind the timetable chaos in May was exposed

Recounting the history of Britain’s railway network from post second world war till date suggests re-nationalization is the only way forward

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