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EU needs to stop multinationals ‘blacklisting’ workers

Corporations operating in the UK, France, Ireland and Sweden have been accused of ‘blacklisting’ so it is time for the EU to legislate to outlaw the practice – says MEP Public Service Europe

Spain: Amnesty campaigns over impunity for police violence

Amnesty International has delivered more than 60,000 signatures to the Interior Ministry to demand an end to police impunity over abuses committed against peaceful demonstrators during last year’s anti-austerity protests. The human rights organization produced a report in October into policing of protests across Europe in which people were beaten and kicked, sprayed with tear … Continue reading

European lawyers launch manifesto to demand respect for social rights

The manifesto aims to raise awareness of the growing violation of fundamental social rights by the EU and its Member States as a result of policies to combat the financial and economic crisis. European lawyers have raised the alarm about threats to social and labour laws from austerity policies in a manifesto that highlights an … Continue reading

It’s not the crisis, it’s patriarchy

Feminists demonstrated in Spain Friday against plans to turn the clock back on abortion laws. The protests were part of Global Day of Action for Access to Safe and Legal Abortion. Beginning in Latin America in the 1990s, the day gained special importance in Spain after the announcement by the Minister of Justice, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, … Continue reading

Deporting destitute victims of imperialist intervention and capitalist barbarity

Communists (KKE) on the creation of concentration camps for immigrants in Greece More 

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