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FOR A JUST PANDEMIC RECOVERY WITH WORKERS AT THE CENTRE

From left to right (clockwise): (1) A street sweeper maintains cleanliness of major roads amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Muntinlupa City, Philippines. (2) Garment Workers in Cambodia. (3) Healthcare workers in India taking details of a patient in a respiratory disease ward. (4) Supermarket cashiers wear masks and face shields to maintain physical distance as grocery shopping has changed amid COVID-19, Bangkok, Thailand. All pictures © ILO Asia-Pacific

FOR A JUST PANDEMIC RECOVERY WITH WORKERS AT THE CENTRE

1 May, 2022 Statement from Focus on the Global South Workers across the world have faced a series of immense setbacks with the advance of neoliberalism and expansion of global value chains that have been exacerbated in the past two years.

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An Interview with Walden Bello: China Could Be the Big Winner of the War in Ukraine

KHARKIV, UKRAINE - APRIL 18: A man surveys damage after a Russian artillery strike struck a residential building on April 18, 2022 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. After Russian forces retreated from areas around Kyiv, recent reports point to a new offensive as Russian forces are regrouping in the eastern part of the country bringing fears of an escalation of violence. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

An Interview with Walden Bello: China Could Be the Big Winner of the War in Ukraine

Interview by Ben Wray   The Ukraine war is a geopolitical crisis with truly global...

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2,000 farmers, fishers, IPs mobilize for ‘radical reforms’

2,000 individuals from different food producing sectors and communities held a protest march in Lucena City, Quezon Province on April 18 to shed light on the issues they are confronting and to challenge electoral candidates to respond to these problems. Photos from Danilo Carranza.

2,000 farmers, fishers, IPs mobilize for ‘radical reforms’

LUCENA CITY – To commemorate the International Day of Peasants’ Struggles last April 17, around...

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Press conference on 15 March: No to Nature Based Solutions!

As corporations and governments push “nature-based solutions” to fight the climate and biodiversity crises, over 360 organisations launch a statement exposing them as “nature based dispossessions” that will cause huge new land grabs and promote harmful practices like monoculture tree plantations and industrial agriculture. 

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