Archiv: solidarity


30.10.2019 - 02:29 [ teleSUR ]

Venezuela Boosts Ties of Brotherhood With US Indigenous People

From this Tuesday until next Thursday, the First International Meeting of Indigenous Peoples will take place in the city of Guayana, Venezuelan state of Bolivar, with the participation of indigenous leaders from some 20 countries, including Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Sri Lanka, Canada and the United States…

The initiative is part of the strategic lines of the 25th Meeting of the Sao Paulo Forum, developed in this capital between 25 and 28 July, to establish a Bolivarian alliance of indigenous peoples for sovereignty, solidarity and decolonization.

03.06.2019 - 17:01 [ junge Welt ]

Vorschein einer anderen Welt

Auf dem Weg zur Übernahme der Produktion vollzieht sich bei den Arbeitern eine Bewusstseinsbildung, die ihnen – oft unterstützt durch solidarische Kollegen und ein entsprechendes Umfeld – ermöglicht, das Heft des Handelns in die Hand zu nehmen. So entsteht etwas Neues, was allerdings nicht selten gegen die Gewerkschaften und auch gegen linke Parteien durchgesetzt werden muss.

05.04.2019 - 07:36 [ Mrs. Christine Assange ‏/ Twitter ]

#ProtectJulian There are spare tents set up for anyone wishing to do a shift in the 24/7 Embassy Vigil Watch to #ProtectJulian from Embassy Expulsion. There is a very real fear of a covert @CIA rendition raid if no-one is watching/livestreaming. Please retweet/share widely

05.04.2019 - 07:31 [ John Pilger ‏/ Twitter ]

WikiLeaks reports that Julian Assange is on the verge of being expelled from the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. Please fill the street outside the embassy and protect him, and show solidarity with a courageous man, whose struggle ought to touch us all.

10.12.2018 - 02:59 [ Center for Research on Globalization ]

University of Sydney Professor Tim Anderson Suspended for “Criticism of War Propaganda against Syria, Iraq and Palestine”

Global Research is in solidarity with Professor Tim Anderson who was suspended from his position as Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia.

This decision by the University’s Provost was largely motivated by Professor Anderson’s research and public statements on Syria, Iraq and Palestine including Anderson’s carefully documented book entitled The Dirty War on Syria. (…)

Jordan Baker, Sydney Morning Herald, December 7, 2018:

By Friday afternoon 30 academics, including several emeritus professors, had signed the open letter arguing that academic freedom was “meaningless if it is suspended when its exercise is deemed offensive.”…