Xenophobia
Los trabajadores migrantes enriquecen al mundo

Los inmigrantes son cruciales para la reducción de la pobreza y para generar riqueza en la sociedad, pero son tratados como criminales, abandonados por sus propios países que prefieren gastar cantidades vulgares de dinero para atraer inversiones de mucho menos impacto a través de corporaciones multinacionales.

Baltimore bridge collapse: how exploitation caved in on itself and led to worker deaths

As the Coast Guard ends its search for six missing construction workers, the US laments over preventable deaths

For survivors of Johannesburg building fire, justice must include dignified housing

While a commission is probing the uSindiso building fire, that killed 76, social justice organizations have amplified calls to address the severe lack of affordable housing

Eagle Pass stand-off: what’s really behind the border dispute?

The Biden administration has worked to continue Trump’s border wall by any means necessary, including by waiving dozens of federal laws

Dutch conservatives cede ground to far-right, Left challenged to fight back

As right-wing parties are set for a long drawn negotiation to form a coalition, widespread racism in the Netherlands is set to be bolstered by the election results

The people reclaim the Dublin streets rampaged by right-wing mobs

Following the outbreak of violent riots perpetuated by far-right groups, Irish working class groups marched in solidarity with those affected by the xenophobic violence

The Netherlands’ turn to the radical right

The PVV party of far-right politician Geert Wilders’ clinched a historic victory in parliamentary elections and may form government

Court reduces sentence of Italian ex-mayor for pro-refugee policies

Domenico Lucano was internationally lauded for his exemplary initiatives to resettle refugees coming to his commune in Italy. However, in 2018, Italian authorities charged him with multiple accusations of abetting illegal migration to the country.

When we speak about humanity we speak about socialism, says leader of South African shack dwellers’ movement

Thapelo Mohapi, General Secretary of Abahlali baseMjondolo, speaks to Peoples Dispatch on the eve of the International Dilemmas of Humanity conference

Johannesburg fire is the result of neglect and discrimination against poor and workers

Thapelo Mohapi, General Secretary of Abahlali baseMjondolo, talks about the neglect of the poor and working people that led to at least 77 deaths in a recent fire in Johannesburg. He also explains the rampant xenophobia in the aftermath of that horrific tragedy

Attack on migrants - Cyprus Progressives in Cyprus condemn racist attack on migrants in Chloraka 

Over a period of time, Chloraka has seen rising tensions between migrants, many of them from Syria, and far-right xenophobic sections within the local community. Progressive sections claim that the situation created in Chloraka is the result of a lack of a comprehensive migration policy

Operation Dudula South Africa South Africa’s social movements lead resistance to organized xenophobia and state inaction

Since 2021, a ‘vigilante’ group called Operation Dudula has carried out actions targeting people perceived to be foreign nationals. A group of social movements, including the militant shack dwellers’ movement Abahlali baseMjondolo (AbM), have gone to court against Operation Dudula and the alleged complicity of the South African state