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Report of World Perspectives Discussion at the 2015 CWI Summer School Growing poverty and inequality, unemployment, war and its horrific consequences, economic stagnation and crisis. These were some of the themes touched on by Judy...

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On July 28, the bid to bring the summer Olympics to Boston was laid to rest. Mayor Marty Walsh conceded the defeat on a plan he initially championed – after six months, the public pressure and opposition...

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We cannot rely on FIFA or the national governing bodies to build the women’s game. Every player and soccer fan should join together against unequal and unfair practices....

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On May 27, top ranking officials of FIFA were indicted by the U.S. Justice Department on a variety of charges including racketeering, money laundering, and wire fraud. ...

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by André Ferrari, LSR (CWI in Brazil) In the second round of Presidential elections, the current President Dilma Rousseff of the PT won against the PSDB candidate Aécio Neves by a small margin. Dilma received 51.64% of...

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Solidarity protests took place on Friday, June 13th Metro workers in São Paulo suspended their strike after five days of an effective stoppage, which pushed management into making wage concessions. But the struggle for the...

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New Stage of the Class Struggle André Ferrari, LSR (CWI in Brazil) In the context of a wave of struggle and protests in the run-up to the World Cup, the São Paolo metro workers began a...

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Join International Protests at Brazilian Embassies on Friday 13 June The MTST (Roofless Workers’ Movement), which represents thousands of homeless workers in struggle for the right to housing, is calling on the workers movement and...

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Peter Taaffe, General Secretary of the Socialist Party (CWI England and Wales), reviews the developments and events of 2013 in Britain and worldwide, and discusses further struggles in 2014 and the development of the workers’...

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After the massive mobilizations that took place all over Brazil in June , the struggles did not cease. ...

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