The mass protests in Chile have made clear that the crisis is a crisis of the neoliberal economy.
Political repression, social and economic injustices have been highlighted by Guinean asylum seekers in their fight to be recognized as refugees by the Canadian government
The Kenyan government claims that since July of this year, approximately 2,200 households have been evicted from the Mau Forest
Kenya’s indigenous and minority communities are petitioning the government to recognize them independently as indigenous people ahead of the forthcoming national population and housing census slated for August of this year. The move could see some of the country’s indigenous people who are yet to be recognized as independent tribes added to the list of 43 Kenyan tribes.
Europe’s “Scramble for Africa” began in earnest in 1881, but never ended. The attempt at dominating the continent using old and new strategies continues to define western relationship with this rich continent.
The disproportionate focus on corruption of national leaders distracts from the systemic theft of national wealth by multinational corporations.