Solidarität mit den inhaftierten Gewerkschafterinnen 02:42 Mar 30 0 comments
Gauteng Community Health Workers March to the Health Department 04:23 Nov 01 0 comments
Nuova emigrazione e vecchio fatalismo 02:06 Aug 31 0 comments
Protest in Hasankeyf against unjust resettlement plans and Ilisu Dam 15:06 Jun 05 0 comments
Cumbre Agraria: Negociando en medio de la desconfianza 19:21 May 06 0 commentsmore >>
Recent articles by Freedom
El anarquismo en el Japón (1890) 0 comments
Oaxaca--APPO Clash 0 commentsRecent Articles about Bolivia / Peru / Ecuador / Chile Community struggles
Bolivia--Protests in Cochabamba
bolivia / peru / ecuador / chile | community struggles | news report Tuesday February 20, 2007 01:00 by Freedom
from FREEDOM, January 27, 2007, page 2
The streets of Cochabamba were once again the scene of clashes between social movemenents and supporters of the unpopular mayor.
Bolivia--Protests in Cochabamba
Sun 30 Apr, 18:56
Sorry, no stories matched your search, maybe try again with different settings.
A Decent Home and the Libertarians, Chile Mar 02 0 comments
The main problem, namely the housing problem, divides the society into two: those who become mortgage debtors unable to pay high repayments and face evictions regularly and those who will never be able to buy any property and end up becoming the so called “allegados”, in other words, people living in cramped conditions with their relatives in households usually consisting of several families. This situation normally entails day to day problems arising within the households.
Peru: not another death for protesting! Aug 13 USL 0 comments
(...) with the recent deaths sought by the reactionaries, which are the culmination of the protest. Incredibly, the perpetrators seek to turn themselves into victims. What happened in Cajamarca, as well as the case of Bagua, to mention just two symbolic cases, were MASSACRES, which have the blood-stained hands of the current Ollanta Humala government and his Valdes cabinet, who did not hesitate to declare States of Emergency for greater social control, and to show their true neo-liberal, repressive, pro-imperialist and anti-popular face.
We are part of those 18,000 families who exist in Peñalolén. We live in cramped conditions with our families, or rent shacks on a precarious basis, suffering the humiliation of not having a place we can call our own. Today the value of the lands is so high that we are forced to abandon Peñalolén if we want our own house.
Solidarity and support to the homeless workers of Chile Mar 14 ORGANIZACION SOCIALISTA LIBERTARIA 1 comments
The Chilean popular organization Lucha y Vivienda [Struggle and Housing] urgently needs the maximum support and solidarity from all our social organizations.
Chile: Statement by the settlers of Peñalolén Mar 13 por la Vivienda y Vida Digna 1 comments
Today, Sunday 12th March 2006, over 500 families belonging to the housing committees of Peñalolén, carried out an occupation of public lands located in the so-called Franja Grecia (alt. 9500) at the foot of the mountain range.
Statement on the current situation in Bolivia Jun 16 6 comments
We will go on in this same, irreversible direction, in this collective horizon laid out years ago by the people, to build a country for ourselves, for our children and our children's childrenmore >>