A seminar to gather evidence of the significant harm caused to children by separating them from their mothers and families, and on which families are targeted for child removal and forced adoption, will take place on 11 September. Hosted by MP John Mcdonnell and organised by Legal Action for Women, […]
Brazil is responsible for 40% of the feminicides that are committed in Latin America and, on a global level, it comes seventh out of 83 nations where most women are murdered through cases linked to gender-based violence. Moisés Pérez Mok The fourth murder of a woman in less […]
An event defending Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and against Temer’s coup-government will take place on the 13 September to remember the importance of democracy and social progress in Brazil. Marcella Via Two years have passed since the removal of the president Dilma Rousseff. On 31 August 2016, […]
Because of the referendum, discrimination has got worse and worse. Racism poisoned both the state and the population, culminating in acts of terrorism from the far right and abuses of power from the police. Marcella Via Last month, a 24-year-old girl was denied entry to the Drama nightclub […]
Defamed, persecuted, harassed, and since March of this year cut off from the outside world, in Flat 3B, Knightsbridge, London, the founder of Wikileaks waits to learn the fate of his asylum status. It is a position that current Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno has put at risk, but Assange is built for battles of this size. The former Consul of Ecuador knows him well, and wanted to speak out.