29.2% of Latin Americans live in poverty, whilst 10.2% live in extreme poverty. In other words, there are 182 million poor people and 63 million people living in conditions of extreme hardship in Latin America. This inequality is even more pronounced for women and indigenous people. Considering the current rise of political forces that do not consider minorities to be amongst their priorities, the outlook is not encouraging.
The politics of the new president of the South American country transcend borders. That’s why Lewisham Workers’ Liberty has organised an event in London to explain the threat the new president poses to freedoms, and the movement slowly building against the far-right. This will take place on January 22. […]
In May 2018 this revolutionary group was born in France encouraging people around the world to fight inequality and injustice. This type of activism has worked resulting in Macron making concessions. Now the original initiative has landed in England and a non-violent direct action will take place in Manchester on […]
After eight years of strong measures, the United Kingdom saw a sharp deterioration in its living standards. The Labour Party will examine the main implications of budget cutting in a conference on 27 October. Marcella Via During a speech marking the 70th anniversary of the creation of the […]
Although it happens across the whole territory of the Dominican Republic, there is a higher rate in the provinces of Santo Domingo, Santiago and Distrito Nacional. And it all seems to indicate that it is more common than previously thought. There are many minors in this country bearing abuse from […]