Currency devaluations on the Egyptian pound, most recently spurred by an IMF deal, are only making the situation worse as inflation spikes.
Deluzio introduces bill to protect health care of striking workers
The legislation, called the Striking and Locked Out Workers Healthcare Protection Act, would create a separate unfair labor practices category for instances in which employers cut off or change the health care insurance of workers involved in a labor dispute.
Want to unionize your workplace? These worker-organizers have some advice.
A special panel of Starbucks, Home Depot, Laborers Local 79, and Trader Joe’s worker organizers discuss the ins and outs of unionizing, with an introduction from Amazon Labor Union President Chris Smalls.
Life inside the MST landless workers’ movement in Brazil
‘Out there they call us riff raff. But we are really organized. And we are able to build much more than people out there believe.’
What the bosses and boss-loving pundits get wrong about ‘quiet quitting’
The Wall Street Journal, the corporate propaganda outlet par excellence, thinks “quiet quitting” is bad for workers. We asked a worker what they think…
‘They treat us like animals’: Peru’s anti-coup protests explained
Military and police forces have killed over 60 protestors since the congressional coup against democratically elected President Pedro Castillo last December.
Inside Vio.Me, Greece’s only worker-managed factory that’s operated for over 10 years
“Our message to the worldwide proletariat is clear. We are shouting, ‘Workers, you can do without bosses.'”
Ken Roth: My criticisms of Israel almost cost me a Harvard fellowship
The former executive director of Human Rights Watch was initially denied a fellowship at the Harvard Kennedy School for his criticisms of Israel, a decision that was later reversed.
US is maintaining tensions with North Korea to draw in allies against China
The greatest threat to peace and stability in northeast Asia is the U.S. Indo-Pacific military encirclement of China.
He tried to organize Home Depot’s first union. Now he’s unemployed.
Former Home Depot employee Vince Quiles recounts his experience organizing to form the home improvement retail chain’s first union.