The G7 is prolonging the pandemic. The Summit for Vaccine Internationalism is organizing to end it.
In 2007, tea pluckers on a Unilever plantation were brutally attacked in the midst of ethnical violence triggered by a contested presidential election. As the company failed to protect them despite clear warning signs of impending violence, the victims are now taking it to court to demand reparations
Only the Haitian people can decide their own future. The dictatorship imposed by former president Jovenel Moïse and its imperialist enablers need to go – and make space for a people’s transition government.
On the anniversary of COVID-19, we must build a world centered on human life — a planet of care, equality, and popular sovereignty.
In 1987, Thomas Sankara called for a united front against debt. His struggle remains as urgent today as it was then.
Recently leaked conversations show shocking levels of US involvement in Brazil’s Lava Jato corruption case against former president Lula da Silva.
As the G20 meet to discuss the global economic recovery, the Debt Justice group calls for a radical break with extraction and austerity — and proposes a new system in its place.
The Mediterranean Sea is only 2,400 miles across, or about half the length of continental Africa, but in the 2010s it earned distinction as the largest mass burial site for Africans in the modern world.
Only with careful concerns for the human cost of Ecuador’s capital outflows, fiscal consolidation, and wage ‘rationalization’ can the IMF make good on the bloody legacy of its program in Ecuador, and ensure that its call for consultation is not simply a dialogue of the deaf. By Progressive international
The Progressive International is mobilising with Amazon workers and their allies around the world. Here’s why.
A keynote by Noam Chomsky, followed by a panel discussion with Nanjala Nyabola, Cornel West and John McDonnell.
A keynote by Naomi Klein, followed by a panel discussion with Aruna Roy, Tasneem Essop and Carola Rackete.