January 3rd: European attention to the ongoing crisis of migration is mostly focused on the Mediterranean.
January 2nd: In the last few years, a new kind of fascism emerged in North America and Europe.
January 1st: After eight years of struggle, communities in Huehuetenango, Guatemala are celebrating a decision by Spanish company Ecoener-Hidralia to start shutting down its Hidro Santa-Cruz damming operations on the Q’am B’alam river near Santa Cruz Barillas.
December 24th: The editor of Meydan Gazette in Istanbul was jailed for a year and three months on December 22nd for “propagandising the methods of a terror organisation” in a free-speech case which dragged on for nearly a year.
October 26th: Organisers with the South African Fees Must Fall student movement are reporting police brutality and dozens of arrests at today’s March to Parliament for Free Decolonized Education – part of a nationwide series of protests under the Fees Must Fall banner calling for the decolonising of education, an end to outsourcing and the scrapping of historic debts.
July 24th: The Dover demonstration in January was the most violent anti-fascist action in Britain for many years.
July 21st: “The Earth is not dying, it is being killed, and those who are killing it have names and addresses.”
July 16th: On a surface level, it seems as though feminism is winning the gender war.
June 25th: The not so United Kingdom has voted to leave the EU.