Workers of the world
In an increasingly interconnected world, the struggles of working people don’t stop at national borders. Supply chains and capital flows certainly do not. Why should solidarity?
Our reporting on the international dimensions of working people’s fight for a better world is supported by Bertha Foundation.
Inspired by India’s recent farmer protests, immigrant truckers and students are bringing fresh militant tactics to their struggle for worker justice in the greater Toronto area. The results speak for themselves.
The women-led struggle at Cambodia’s largest hotel and casino is now a major front in the country’s labor movement, and offers lessons to people combating capitalism and patriarchy around the world.
After their bosses responded to last month’s 40,000-strong rail workers’ strike with a “paltry” contract offer, the National Union of Rail, Maritime, and Transport Workers are gearing up for another day of strike action on Wednesday, July 27.
In an increasingly interconnected world, the struggles of working people don’t stop at national borders. Why should solidarity?