🦄 Global, Land & Housing

Israel Blows Up Home of Palestinian Prisoner’s Family

Ramallah, Occupied West Bank, Palestine — At dawn on Thursday, June 8, Israeli forces blew up the house of Palestinian prisoner Islam Froukh’s family in the ‘old city’ section of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank. Several Palestinians were shot, including a journalist, during the…

🦄 Global, Prison

Palestinian Khader Adnan Dies on Hunger Strike in Israeli Prison

Magen-Nitzan Prison, Ramla, Israel — On his 87th day of hunger strike protesting administrative detention, Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan, 45, was found unresponsive in Israel’s Magen-Nitzan Prison.

Later the same day — May 2, 2023 — political leaders, released prisoners, family members and prisoner’s rights…

🦄 Global, Labor, Police

May Day Riots Against Pension Reform in Paris

Paris, France — May Day in France this year was dominated by the ongoing protests against pension reform. While the government had been hoping that the movement — which has been going on for three and a half months — would run out of steam…

🦄 Eco, Global

The Battle of Sainte-Soline

Sainte-Soline, France — It is a Saturday morning deep in rural western France. Tens of thousands of activists, organized in different marches, left a self-managed protest camp next to the idyllic village of Vanzay. They headed toward the construction site of a water reservoir, dubbed…

🦄 Global, LGBTQ+

‘Marielle, Presente’ – March Marks Feminist Struggles in Brazil

International Women’s Day, celebrated annually on March 8, is an historic date that seeks to highlight the importance of women’s struggle for gender equality all around the world. In Brazil, the date is celebrated annually with actions that aim to remember the social, political and…

🦄 Global, Labor
person with a mask on and yellow flag around their head and backpack in the front of their body stand in front of fire posing with their fist in the air during protests in Paris on March 28, 2023

The French People Battle Pension Reform in Paris

Paris, France — More than 100,000 people demonstrated in Paris, France during a nationwide 24-hour strike on March 28 to protest French President Emmanuel Macron’s forced pension reform plan that raises the retirement age.

In January, Elizabeth Born, the Prime Minister of France, announced a…