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Rekan-rekan sekerja dan teman-teman sekalian yang saya hormati,
Saya sangat gembiradapat membuka forum ILPS ini dalam rangka perlawanan rakyat terhadap WTO dan Globalisasi Imperialis. Saya menyambut seluruh peserta forum ini. Dan saya mengucapkan selamat kepada ILPS Indonesia dan perwakilan ILPS dari negara-negara lain sertaseluruh jajaran pimpinan terkait dari Komite Koordinasi Internasional ILPS yang menyelenggarakan forum ini.
These were a few of the many slogans that around 150 students and youth under the banner of the Indonesian People’s Alliance were chanting when they trooped to the United States Consulate in Bali, Indonesia today.
To: Civil Society Organization and Social Movement
Indonesia takes center stage as it hosts of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Meeting on 3-6 December 2013. This forum is being convened in the midst of the global economic, financial, climate, energy, food and political crises confronting the world today. But the WTO will not deliver real solutions that will steer the world and the people out of the multiple crises. Instead of offering real solutions, the WTO pushes for more of the same recipe that have brought upon the multiple crises – more liberalization, deregulation and privatization – which will result in greater impacts to the peoples and planet.
By M. Cookehttp://basicsnews.ca
MONTREAL – “We are foreign temporary workers, any day we could be expelled. That’s why we need a strong and flexible association” said Enrique Llanes, a temporary foreign worker from Spain.
Enrique was speaking to a group of over 50 temporary foreign workers who had gathered in Montreal this past Saturday to launch the Temporary Foreign Workers Association (TFWA).
By GABRIELA Philippines
Gabriela Women's Party Representative Emmi De Jesus with GABRIELA Secretary General Joms Salvador and women from urban poor communities, who themselves were victims of past typhoons and flashfloods in Mtero Manila, joined the BALSA multi-sectoral disaster aid caravan that left Manila yesterday on a rough road trip to deliver relief packs, hope and solidarity to communities in the Eastern Visayas.
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The Real News Network inteviews Prof. Jose Maria Sison, ILPS Chairperson, about the devastation wrought by super-typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda). Prof. Sison explains how Philippine government has set up ghost non-profits that failed to service its most vulnerable citizens.
Video from youtube, The Real News Network. Report by Jessica Desverieux, Producer, @Jessica_Reports.
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Please sign the online petition for the Netherlandsgovernment to grant permanent residence to Professor Jose Maria Sison.
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