Posts Tagged: COVID-19

Waves of demonstrations for housing in Luxembourg

2.10.2020

DiEM25 activists part of the Luxembourg local group protested with tenants threatened with expulsions as part of a coalition for the right to housing.

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Solidarity and resistance: How renters are fighting against unjust evictions

28.09.2020

As thousands face eviction across the UK, the protection of tenants has become a rallying point around which progressive forces have converged.

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Debenhams workers have been picketing for over 150 days in Dublin

15.09.2020

Debenhams closed the Irish branch during lockdown, but over 150 days later workers are still fighting for their redundancies.

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Yanis Varoufakis on the tragic situation in Moria

11.09.2020

What would you do if you, your family and another 13000 people were incarcerated in a prison camp built for 1800 people?

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Everything Must Change! The World After COVID-19

7.09.2020

The book brings together prominent thinkers to present a rich and nuanced weighing of progressive possibilities in the wake of the pandemic.

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News from Turkey: Disputes over oil and gas, unemployment, and a bleaker economy

31.08.2020

The economy in Turkey is not only under the strain of the pandemic but also under the pressure of foreign policy and lasting structural problems.

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Authoritarianism in Australia: right-wing politics in the antipodes

Opinion

28.08.2020

The emergence of COVID-19 has deflected attention from rising authoritarianism across a number of areas in Australia.

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Something remarkable just happened this August: How the pandemic has sped up the passage to postcapitalism

25.08.2020

In the post-2008 world, speculators don’t actually give a damn about the economy. COVID-19 found capitalism in this zombified state.

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News from Turkey: Hagia Sophia, COVID-19 and violence against women

7.08.2020

The Provisional National Collective in Turkey's first issue of a monthly review on Turkey’s social, economic, and cultural state of affairs.

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