Podcast
Redeye Collective | Documents obtained by Mining Watch Canada show that the Canadian ambassador to Mexico assisted Excellon Resources in its efforts to get the Mexican state to shut down a protest at one of its mines.
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | In the wake of the Paris shootings, as voicing uncomfortable truths becomes increasingly risky, governments get set to introduce more repressive measures that mock freedom of expression.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | At the end of September, students from a rural teachers college were protesting in the southern Mexican State of Guererro. 57 students were arrested by police, 43 of whom were never seen again.
News
Photo: ompañer@s in the Medios Libres, Alternativos, Autónomous, o Como Se Llame
Levi Gahman | Even though neoliberalism and colonial governance will continue to inflict anguish, trauma and suffering upon the Zapatistas, they continue to stay strong and remain peaceful.
News
Logo of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, U.S. office.
Jérémie Bédard-Wien | A routine trip to attend a political conference in the United States takes a bizarre turn for a Quebec student activist.
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | The prison diary of G20 political prisoner Mandy Hiscocks
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks
Mandy Hiscocks | It's October. The leaves are turning, the nights are getting cold and I have only 8 weeks left in this sentence. I'm thinking about other folks who still find themselves in the grip of the state.
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | I had been asked to testify at a G20-related preliminary inquiry, the subpoena and the judge's order had been delivered to the jail, and I was prepared for a long, cold day in the court cells.
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | Today I'm continuing my observations of the social interactions and dynamics of Canada Geese. They hang out outside my window every day.
Podcast
Piergiorgio Moro and Jiselle Hanna | Interview with Kumar Gunaratnam, Politburo member of Frontline Socialist Party of Sri Lanka, on his arrest and disappearance, and re-organising the left in Sri Lanka.
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | "What's the food like?" Everyone wants to know. It's by far the most common question people ask me after "how are you?" And "do you need anything?"
Blog
Mandy Hiscocks | G20 political prisoner Mandy Hiscocks writes about the parole system in prison and why she won't be applying.