Lula da Silva's visit to China in April, centred around an agreement on trading with national currencies, could mark the beginning of a new era for economic relations in the global south.
In the UK, prices for basic goods are soaring while corporations rake in ever-bigger profits. The solution, Jeremy Corbyn argues, is to bring basic resources like energy, water, railways, and the postal service into democratic public ownership.
Small farmers are the world’s primary food suppliers. It’s imperative we listen to them, not the big corporates.
With the stranglehold on polity and economy, characteristic of South Asian politics, the Rajapaksas used a toxic glue of racism and religious enmity to bind the Sinhala majority to their political will, which expectedly misfired.
Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu. Mtu ni mtu kwa sababu ya watu. A person is a person through other people. And so we rest when we must, and then we get back to our work.
The elite’s ‘solution’ to the climate crisis is to turn the displaced into exploitable migrant labour. We need a truly internationalist alternative.
This lifesaving package sets the standard for vaccine internationalism and a pathway to a New International Health Order, where public health and science are placed above private profit and petty nationalism.
On 25 January, the Progressive International will host a special briefing live from Havana with Cuba’s leading scientists, government ministers and public health officials as part of its Union for Vaccine Internationalism.
2021 was a year of suffering and struggle, repression and resistance — one in which the contradictions in global capitalism sharpened, and peoples’ movements rose up in force to confront them.
The Progressive International is mobilizing nurses unions around the world to take on Big Pharma and the governments they have captured.
From organizing delegations to preparing investigations, the PI Observatory will ensure greater transparency, integrity, and accountability in our democracies. "Democracy is a fragile plant," said PI Council member Noam Chomsky
In a speech which outlines the Global South’s vision and red lines for COP26, Leon Dulce calls for putting people before profit, working towards achieving ‘Real Zero’ and making developed polluter nations pay for the climate crisis.