Archive: February 2015


Why “no means no” is not enough

Why “no means no” is not enough The current feminist and women’s rights organizers have used the “no means no” slogan, as well as “teach him not to rape” slogans …

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Syriza: a different perspective

The newly elected prime minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, has agreed to a four-month extension of the existing loans as dictated by the EC (European Commission), ECB (European Central Bank) …

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TTIP: an assault on the working class

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is a push to remove the middle man politicians and to put the corporations in the driver seat of government. Business as usual, …

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The safety of women is incompatible with AKP politics

The recent brutal murder of a women in Turkey brought thousands of protesters to the streets. Ozgecan Aslan, 20, was attacked and murdered by the driver of the minibus she …

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Thousands march in Madrid in support of Podemos

Podemos which translates in English to “We can”, is a left-wing anti-austerity, anti-capitalism, political party in Spain. This party has become the focus of Spanish politics since it was founded …

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Irish water crisis

Thousands of people have taken to the streets across Ireland to protest against the privatization of water. In Dublin, 30,000 people took part in the rally chanting “No way, we …

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