News 10.2.2020 a les 11:15h

Sinn Féin makes history as it becomes largest party in Republic of Ireland’s election

Sinn Féin emerged for the first time in history the largest party in a general election in the Republic of Ireland, overtaking the two centre-right parties (Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael) that have dominated Irish politics since independence. The republican party has won the vote under a left-wing manifesto that proposes to begin a gradual process towards “securing” a referendum on Irish unity. Keep reading

Mary Lou McDonald (esquerra), presidenta del Sinn Féin, amb Michelle O'Neill (dreta), vicepresidenta del partit i viceprimera ministra d'Irlanda del Nord.
Opinion and analysis 29.1.2020 a les 08:30h

The English Brexit and the future of the union

At least during the past five years, the political conversation in Britain has been remarkably monopolized by the debate on Brexit. In 2016, the UK decided to leave the European Union by a narrow margin (51,89%). Moreover, the recent Westminster election has given a landslide majority to a conservative government that has promised to implement this decision by the end of January 2020. Together with some other relevant issues such as the economy or the policy on migration, the Brexit debate has revolved around the state of the union as well. The question posed by many commentators has been whether or not the UK will preserve its territorial integrity after leaving the EU, since Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain. Keep reading

News 20.1.2020 a les 12:45h

Indigenous movement in Brazil to stand up to Bolsonaro’s “project of genocide”

Some 600 Indigenous leaders representing 45 peoples are denouncing in a manifesto that “a political project of the Brazilian government of genocide, ethnocide and ecocide is underway,” and are announcing ample mobilizations throughout 2020 to oppose the policy of President Jair Bolsonaro. Among these, they want to re-launch the Forest Peoples’ Alliance, a coalition of organizations that is heir, among others, to the struggles of legendary trade union leader Chico Mendes, who was assassinated in 1988. Keep reading

Diversos dirigents indígenes, a la Trobada de Pobles Mebengokrê.
Opinion and analysis 14.1.2020 a les 09:00h

Tehran-Washington tensions: Kurdish neutrality?

Tensions between Washington and Tehran are going through a period of turbulence. Analysts have been talking for some time about the possibility of a direct war between Iran and the United States; in fact, one could say that this war has already begun. This is a calculated and prepared confrontation, ... Keep reading

News 19.12.2019 a les 12:15h

“We no longer want to be second-class citizens. We do not beg for rights, but demand them”: the Roma struggle in Romania

“When you act like a slave, you are treated like a slave; when you act like a citizen, you are treated like a citizen.” Gelu Duminică opens the window and asks: “Do you mind if I light a cigarette?”. In Romania smoking is forbidden in offices, but Duminică does not seem to care. He takes a lavender-scented vaporizer and also lights it. He fills the glass with marshmallow infusion. and offers. “You know what? My mother was illiterate and my family was deported during Nazism.” Keep reading

Com en d’altres països europeus, a Romania la població gitana continua invisibilitzada i estigmatitzada.
News 13.12.2019 a les 12:00h

Sturgeon ready to ask permission for second referendum after SNP wins 80% of Scotland’s seats

The electoral map of the United Kingdom has shown once more the differences between the four Home Nations after the vote held yesterday, 12 December. While in England the Conservative Party has achieved a comfortable majority, in Scotland the SNP has won a new and ample victory while in Wales left-wing parties have captured almost the double of seats that the conservatives have. In Northern Ireland, Irish nationalists have outnumbered the Democratic Unionist Party. Keep reading

Nicola Sturgeon.
Dossier 21.10.2019 a les 13:15h

From the adversity to the pride of being an Amazigh woman

The pride of being a woman and an Amazigh. This combination has given a different impulse to the recent history of social mobilizations in Morocco, where the combative nature of Amazigh women has stood out, the women who are the bearers of a thousand-year-old struggle and survival capacity of the Amazigh ... Keep reading

Un grup de dones en una formació de l'associació La Veu de la Dona Amaziga sostenen una bandera amaziga.
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