By Soledad Castillero Quesada.
The voices of workers in the production of red fruits in the province of Huelva (Andalusia), make visible the social costs of the prioritization of agriculture as a global commercial product and workers as exploitable bodies.
By Paige Torchio and Kimberley Thomas.
The environmental crisis along the United States Southwestern border and borderland region is the result of legislation passed in 2005 aimed at bolstering national security.
By Stavros Stavrides The coronavirus pandemic crisis has triggered a new wave of collective practices that gesture towards the same necessity as the “squares movement” (including the Arab Spring, the Indignados and the Occupy movements): another form of social organization is urgently needed.
In an open letter to the Colombian president, national and international academics denounce an escalation of threats, judicial persecution and assassinations of social leaders in the country and ask him to take to take bold actions and open a profound, transparent and world-facing investigation to stop this violence. [Español] En una carta abierta al presidente colombiano, académicos nacionales e internacionales denuncian una escalada de amenazas, persecución judicial y asesinatos de líderes sociales en el país y le piden que tome acciones audaces y abra una […]