Egyptian Shipyard Workers’ Defiance Sparks Solidarity Movement
Workers at the Alexandria Shipyard Company have been victimised and dragged before a military court for standing up for their rights at work, but a growing solidarity movement is putting the generals under pressure. Guest writer, Hisham Fouad reports from Egypt.
Hisham FouadSeptember 16, 2016
Congressmember Myriam Bregman receives death threats
Earlier this week, renowned human rights lawyer and Congressmember Myriam Bregman (PTS) received threats to her life, after denouncing the bureaucratic leadership of the National Oil Workers’ Union and challenging labor reforms.
Left VoiceSeptember 9, 2016
International Solidarity Campaign for Goodyear Workers Sentenced to Prison
Earlier this month, eight former workers of the Goodyear tire factory in Amiens-Nord, France were sentenced to up to two years in prison for their involvement in a historic struggle against the plant’s closure.
Left VoiceJanuary 27, 2016
Left Voice launches campaign for 97 sacked Australian dock workers
Supporters of the news website Left Voice have launched a campaign in solidarity with the 97 dock workers employed by Hutchison Ports Australia who were sacked by text message and email on the night of August 6.
Sean RobertsonAugust 29, 2015