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  1. A Silver Jubilee Commemoration: The New Mon State Party’s 1995 Ceasefire

    Sawor Mon
    29 June 2020
    Article

    Today marks the Silver Jubilee of the ceasefire agreement between the New Mon State Party (NMSP) and the military (Tatmadaw) government of the State Law and Order Restoration Council (SLORC) on 29 June 1995. This peace agreement came after 40 years of armed struggle for political and ethnic rights by the Mon people against successive central governments in the country. Founded in 1958, the NMSP is an ethnic nationality-based armed organization that is active in southern regions of the Union of Myanmar.

  2. Lost in the Light: 25 Years of Ceasefire by the New Mon State Party

    Mi Kamoon
    29 June 2020
    Article

    June 29 marks the 25th anniversary of the ceasefire by the New Mon State Party with the then military government of the State Law and Order Restoration Council. Twenty-five years later, the NMSP is still in ceasefire with the government of the National League for Democracy today, but the peace process in the country has begun to stall badly.

  3. Cities versus Multinationals

    • Max Carbonell Ballestero, Déborah Berlioz, Igor Lasić, Kenneth Haar, Yago Álvarez Barba, Maria Maggiore, Benoît Collet, Olivier Petitjean, Rachel Knaebel, Hazel Sheffield, Maxime Combes, Barnabé Binctin, Guernica Facundo Vericat, Radek Vrábel, Olivier Hoedeman, Lina María González Correa, Mónica Vargas, Eleonora de Majo, Blanca Bayas Fernández, Alfons Pérez , Laia Forné, Nuria Alabao, Sol Trumbo Vila, Emma Avilés
    25 June 2020

    This publication takes a comprehensive look at the confrontation between cities and multinationals’ power, which is played out in many different ways in different sectors. It includes articles written by activists, journalists, officials and academics from different European countries.

  4. Cannabis rescheduling

    • Dania Putri
    25 June 2020
    Policy briefing

    In January 2019 the World Health Organization issued a collection of formal recommendations to reschedule cannabis and cannabis-related substances. These present an opportunity for African governments and civil society to further decolonise drug control approaches on the continent, as well as to strengthen the international legal basis for emerging medicinal cannabis programmes in several African countries.

  5. Resisting and reclaiming land, territories and peoples sovereignty

    30 June 2020

    This workshop, organized by the People´s Sovereignty network, aims at sharing the experiences of social movement and civil society activists from different regions of the world who are struggling to defend their rights and sovereignty over their territories and lives.

  6. People Power & the Pandemic


    01 July 2020

    Join the final webinar in the COVID Capitalism series looking at how peoples’ movements can organise in the wake of COVID-19.

  7. Agroecology and food sovereignty

    Irmak Ertör
    24 June 2020
    Article

    How Turkish fishers came to play a central role in giving agroecology and food sovereignty meaning in the context of fisheries.

  8. Support. Don't Punish: Future of Drug Policing

    26 June 2020

    Support. Don't Punish. campaign is aiming to envision future drug policy scenarios, this time focusing on law enforcement. During this free webinar organised on the Global Day of Action, which is officially the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, we will collectively focus on the future of drug policing and imagine effective ways for drug policy reform.

  9. From The Authoritative Land Management System To The Federal Land Governance System

    Si Thu
    22 June 2020
    Article

    Like different land management systems across the world, land management systems varied in different territories. 

  10. Walls Must Fall: Ending the deadly politics of border militarisation - webinar recording

    22 June 2020
    Multi-media

    This webinar explored the trajectory and globalization of border militarization and anti-migrant racism across the world, the history, ideologies and actors that have shaped it, the pillars and policies that underpin the border industrial complex, the resistance of migrants, refugees and activists, and the shifting dynamics within this pandemic.

  11. A tale of two Brazils: Solidarity shines through Bolsonaro's Covid disaster

    Renata Boulos, Patricia Laczynski
    22 June 2020
    Article

    Brazil's staggering inequality makes it especially vulnerable to the Covid-19 crisis. Social movements and communities have stepped in to fill the void left by a government guided by greed and ineptitude.

  12. Gender and fisheries in Indonesia

    18 June 2020
    Article

    This article examines processes through a feminist lens in order to understand the threats and opportunities for food sovereignty in fishing communities. Based on action research in these affected fishing communities, and in light of ongoing mobilizations against this kind of large-scale development logic and projects, we argue that women are key protagonists in the struggle for food sovereignty in fisher communities.

  13. Taking on the Tech Titans: Reclaiming our data commons - webinar recording

    11 June 2020
    Multi-media

    Big Tech has emerged as one of the bigger winners of the global pandemic. A global panel of activists and researchers gathered to analyse the nature and source of Big Tech's power and how communities, movements and cities might reclaim ownership and control of our data.

  14. Looking in the Mexican mirror

    Mónica Vargas
    10 June 2020
    Article

    From 2 to 11 December 2019, a caravan of international observers (#ToxiTourMexico) travelled from West to East along the neovolcanic belt in Mexico, crossing dense industrial corridors that have attracted capital from the US, Europe and other countries along the way. Members of the Caravan witnessed the alarming environmental and health emergency situations that the affected communities are experiencing and their impressive organising and mobilising capacity and dignity.

  15. Walls must fall: Ending the deadly politics of border militarisation

    17 June 2020

    Join the eleventh webinar in our series, focussing on the globalization of border militarisation and criminalisation of migrants and refugees across the world and the shifting dynamics within this pandemic.

  16. How to Improve Myanmar’s Covid-19 Emergency Relief Program

    Walden Bello, Doi Ra Lahkyen, Jennifer Franco, Pietje Vervest, Tom Kramer
    09 June 2020
    Article

    The Covid-19 Economic Relief Plan (CERP) that the government rolled out in the last week of April is a welcome initiative for a country that is suffering from both the assault of the novel coronavirus and the massive economic impact of the nationwide lockdown that the government has imposed to stop its spread.

  17. The “Arab Spring” Lives On: Uprisings in times of a pandemic

    12 June 2020

    This webinar will attempt to shed some light on the political and socio-economic causes that led to these uprisings and on the actors involved, as well as share some insights about future perspectives beyond the pandemic.

  18. TNI condemns Argentine intelligence service's illicit files

    07 June 2020
    Article

    TNI is appalled at revelations that the Argentine intelligence services prepared illicit files on our institute and our researchers, mainly Luciana Ghiotto, at the time of the WTO and G20 meetings in Buenos Aires in 2018. TNI has been an observer to UN institutions since 1974 and to the WTO since 2001.

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