solidarity
‘Recovery Trial’ finds anti-arthritis drug reduces severe COVID-19 mortality

The trial found that Baricitinib reduces the mortality of hospitalized patients by 13%. Baricitinib inhibits the enzymes of a specific family of enzyme called the Janus Kinase (JAK) family

The MST has donated more than six thousand tons of food during the pandemic to fight hunger

Just during the Christmas Without Hunger campaign, the MST distributed food donations to 250,000 people in 24 Brazilian states

“Lula knows that the ecological question is strategic and fundamental,” says Leonardo Boff

The Brazilian theologian discusses the direction of society, the need to save the people and the planet, and Pope Francis

Newly elected General Secretary of Abahlali baseMjondolo vows: “We will resist”

The congress of Abahlali baseMjondolo, held at a time of severe repression but also of expanding influence, has laid out for South Africa’s shack-dwellers’ movement the road ahead for the next three years.

The long shadow of hunger in India

From tribal communities in the forests to daily wage workers in the metros, hunger afflicted millions of Indians throughout the last year. Meanwhile, the central government had massive stocks of grain

Swiss health workers organize week-long protest demanding pay rise and recruitment

Protests were organized across Switzerland by health workers with the support of trade unions and progressive political groups. The protesters demanded pay rise, bonus, safer working conditions and more recruitment

MST promises to replace “every brick” torn down in eviction of landless families

Residents of the Quilombo Campo Grande Camp were victims of a violent eviction last Friday (14th)

Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad denounce eviction of families from Quilombo Campo Grande

Dozens of movements and organizations across the world have denounced the eviction of 450 families from Quilombo Campo Grande and manifested their solidarity with the MST

Comair workers in South Africa yet to receive pay while business rescue plan becomes more costly

Serious questions of conflict of interest have been raised as the business rescue practitioners ask the ailing airline to pay R250,000 per month to Redford Capital – a consultancy firm of which they themselves are the directors.

Venezuela’s borderlands have been assaulted by COVID-19

Over 70,000 Venezuelan migrants have returned to the country due to the uncontrolled coronavirus outbreaks in the neighboring countries. Venezuela has welcomed them and provided free testing and treatment

Sowing solidarity: Reflections on Zapatismo from the International Gathering of Women Who Struggle

Julia Thomas speaks to Daisy Bugarin about the international gathering held in Zapatista territory in December 2019

Why should Cuban doctors receive the Nobel Peace Prize?

Medea Benjamin of CODEPINK discusses the campaign to award the Nobel Peace Prize to Cuba’s Henry Reeve medical brigade

    × To Subscribe