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The Green New Deal is an opportunity for America to get right with the world

Beyond our direct emissions, U.S. politicians have a history of sabotaging global efforts to fight climate change ... historic oppression,” all the while promoting a resurgence in community-led ... read more

Indigenous Brazilians Learn to Fight for the Right to Food

PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil, May 21 2013 (IPS) - Indigenous communities in remote areas of Brazil have begun to recognise that they have the right to not be hungry ... in Mato Grosso do Sol and neighbouring ... read more

Labor Rights for All: The Fight Against Modern-Day Slavery

Women from 40 countries—nannies, housecleaners, community organizers, and trade unionists—gathered ... In fact there were none of the trappings of the numerous international conferences to fight the ... read more

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Nigeria: Malaria May Never Be Eliminated in Nigeria As Efforts Suffer Setbacks

According to the World Health Organisation's (WHO) 2018 World Malaria Report, after more than a decade of steady advances in fighting malaria ... National Agency for Food and Drug Administration ... read more

A Great Project for South American Sovereignty is Destroyed, But the Fight for a Multipolar World Continues

Ecuador, where UNASUR’s headquarters are located, announced two week ago that it was leaving the group, following six other countries – Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay and ... PROSUR is ... read more

China’s hunger for soybeans is a window into an encroaching environmental crisis

But, for now, soybean producers in Brazil, Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay continue ... a crop used for food products but mostly as the basis of feed for livestock like pigs–come from the U.S., ... read more

Bolivia sees coca as a way to perk up its economy – but all everyone else sees is cocaine

Bolivia’s campaign to legitimize the coca leaf scored an important victory in 2013 when the country was granted international recognition of the right ... innovative community program, run through ... read more

Netanyahu: Not a day when Shin Bet doesn’t thwart terror plot

Israel seized most of the Golan Heights from Syria in the 1Six Day War of 1967 and later annexed it in a move never recognized by the international community ... Abu Ali hails Paraguay’s move as being ... read more

Fighting for Land and Territory in Urban Caracas: An Interview with Héctor Madera

When I was given anything as a child, my mother and my grandma would gather around and teach me that it wasn't mine – all the men and women in my community ... to grow. Lately, the bourgeoisie in ... read more

A childhood on the run

Her sister was less dutiful: declaring heresies for this socialist household such as that she would never be poor and even dating the son of the recently deposed right-wing dictator in Bolivia. The ... read more

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