The Western-backed Belarusian opposition has failed to topple President Alexander Lukashenko, who is still firmly supported by Russia. Three months after the Eastern European country held controversial presidential elections, anti-Lukashenko opposition groups still hold protests all over the country, although once massive demonstrations, involving some 100,000 protesters taking to the streets, are now dying down to several thousand.
The uprising for Black life sparked off by the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis has found echo in Portugal
The London Renters Union has sometimes said, provocatively, that ‘There’s no such thing as a good landlord.’
For Rufina Bazlova, if the revolution can't be live-tweeted, it must be embroidered instead.
Italian social movements are asking for an extension of basic income to all temporary workers and freelancers.
Sex work decriminalization and unionization must happen simultaneously so that the changes benefit sex workers and not just bosses.