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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / workplace struggles / other libertarian press Saturday August 26, 2017 - 06:33 by CAB 1 image
Opinión anarquista de la CAB. Julio de 2017. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / anti-fascism / other libertarian press Friday August 18, 2017 - 11:57 by CAB 1 image
The Brazilian Anarchist Coordination (CAB) expresses its repudiation and indignation against the fascist attack that left 1 person dead and more than 20 injured in Charlottesville, USA. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / the left / non-anarchist press Monday March 30, 2015 - 19:31 by Alfredo Saad-Filho
Hundreds of thousands of chiefly white middle class protesters took to the streets in Brazil on 15 March in an organized upsurge of hatred against the federal administration led by President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers’ Party (Partido dos Trabalhadores, PT). These protests are far more cohesive and better organized than the previous wave of anti-government demonstrations, in 2013; their demands are unambiguously reactionary, and they include primarily the country's elite. ... read full story / add a comment
Rio de Janeiro: Nota da Organizacion Anarkista Tierra y Libertad” sobre los encarcelamientos de lxs luchadorxs y las persecuciones politicas.
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / movimiento anarquista / other libertarian press Wednesday July 30, 2014 - 07:01 by OATL
Son tiempos duros compañer@s. Es dificil encontrar las palabras que trasmitan nuestra indignacion frente a los encarcelaminetos politicos de lxs luchadorxs, iniciado el ultimo 11 de julio. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / community struggles / non-anarchist press Wednesday June 18, 2014 - 18:54 by Sabrina Fernandes
Many labour unions are either in the process of negotiating with their respective employers (mostly municipal, state, or federal governments) in Brazil, while others are actively on strike. These include federal workers from the government bureaucracy, school teachers, city staff, and university staff and faculty. In this piece, I would like to highlight how unions in the transportation sector are highly represented in these labour struggles. The Metro Workers Union of São Paulo is one of them and as of Monday, the 9th of June, it faces its fifth day of strike amidst layoff threats and a repressive state military police. Shortly before, the bus drivers of the city of São Paulo, represented by two unions, were also on strike. In both cases, the judiciary found the strikes to be ‘abusive’ and fined the unions hundreds of thousands of reais after ordering the workers back to their posts. The Metro Workers decided to continue the strike, with the support of a variety of social movements (including the Free Fare Movement – MPL, and the Homeless Workers' Movement – MTST), political parties from the radical Left, and other labour unions. The judicial decision is being challenged for many reasons, but primarily for the fact that it is fuelled by illegalities committed on behalf of the employer that lead to the disavowal of the right to strike. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / repressão / prisioneiros / other libertarian press Sunday April 27, 2014 - 19:59 by Ⓐnarquista.net 1 image
Nos 54 países que reduziram a maioridade penal não se registrou redução da violência. A Espanha e a Alemanha voltaram atrás na decisão de criminalizar menores de 18 anos. Hoje, 70% dos países estabelecem 18 anos como idade penal mínima ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / the left / non-anarchist press Monday January 13, 2014 - 18:17 by Alfredo Saad Filho
This article reviews the background and the implications of two transitions in Brazil: the political transition from a military regime (1964-85) to democracy (1985-present), and the economic transition from import-substituting industrialization (ISI, 1930-80) to neoliberalism (1990-present). It subsequently examines how neoliberal economic policies were implemented in a democracy, under the centre-right administrations led by Fernando Henrique Cardoso (1995-98, 1998-2002), and the centre-left administrations led by Luís Inácio Lula da Silva (Lula, 2003-06, 2007-10) and Dilma Rousseff (2011-present). The article concludes with a reflection about the limitations of these policies, and of neoliberal democracy more generally. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / movimento anarquista / other libertarian press Thursday September 19, 2013 - 10:00 by Organização Anarquista "Solidários"
Nota de fundação da organização anarquista "Solidários", em Mato Grosso do Sul - Brasil. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / the left / non-anarchist press Thursday July 18, 2013 - 19:51 by Manuel Larrabure
Introduction: The Limits of a Good Idea
It started as a good idea. Rather than taking the path of the old Latin American left, in the form of the guerrilla movement, or the Stalinist party, Brazil's Workers’ Party (Partido dos Trabalhadores, PT), aided by strong union and social movements, decided to try something new. The challenge was to somehow combine the institutions of liberal democracy with popular participation by communities and movements. The answer eventually became participatory budgeting (PB). Introduced in the city of Porto Alegre in 1999, PB was a highly innovative experiment in co-management and de-centralization (Weyh, 2011). It allowed communities of diverse political stripes to democratically manage a small portion of their city's budget. Not only did this result in more and better services for poor communities, it also opened a space where people could learn new democratic skills and build new solidarities. In PB, a virtuous cycle of democracy was unleashed: the more people participated, the more people learned to participate. Add to this, a number of poverty reducing programs at the national level, such as Bolsa Familia, and you suddenly had a new path to social transformation: peaceful, gradual and pluralist. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / the left / non-anarchist press Wednesday July 17, 2013 - 20:51 by Alfredo Saad Filho
The mass movements starting in June 2013 were the largest and most significant protests in Brazil in a generation, and they have shaken up the country's political system. Their explosive growth, size and extraordinary reach caught everyone – the left, the right, and the government – by surprise. This article examines these movements in light of the achievements and shortcomings of the democratic transition, in the mid-1980s, and the experience of the federal administrations led by the Workers’ Party since 2003. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / community struggles / non-anarchist press Wednesday June 26, 2013 - 18:24 by Euan Gibb
São Paulo has some of the worst traffic in the world. Workers' daily commutes can be over two hours – one way – without ever leaving the city. Rain or traffic accidents can easily increase a commute to over four hours. Streets become so congested during peak hours of traffic that the local news stations report on the length of kilometers of stopped cars and trucks on the highways entering the city. There are permanent signs mounted beside these highways with lights that can be turned on and off indicating that “traffic is stopped in front.” São Paulo has the highest per capita density of private helicopters in the world. Those with serious money in this extremely rich and unequal city choose the option to literally fly over the traffic jams.
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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / community struggles / other libertarian press Wednesday June 19, 2013 - 19:30 by Peter Storm 1 image
While the world has been watching Turkey, another country is experiencing revolt. That country is Brazil. Just like Turkey, it is relatively succesful, economically speaking. Just like Turkey, the results of economic growth are divided very unequally. Just like in Turkey, a relatively small provocation is setting off a much biggen chain reaction. Unlike in Turkey, that provocation is a direct attack on living standards. But the anger exploding goes much deeper than that.
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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / community struggles / other libertarian press Saturday June 08, 2013 - 03:25 by Passa Palavra 3 images
É difícil calcular quantas pessoas estiveram presente no primeiro grande ato contra o aumento das tarifas do transporte público de São Paulo. Mas estima-se que mais de cinco mil manifestantes atenderam ao chamado do Movimento Passe Livre (MPL), ocuparam as ruas do centro da cidade e bloquearam durante várias horas as principais vias da região. Sem dúvida, é possível dizer que esta foi uma das maiores manifestações realizadas pelo Movimento e uma dos mais contundentes.
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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / migração / racismo / other libertarian press Friday November 30, 2012 - 02:12 by jornal causa do povo 1 image
um dos principais argu¬mentos de legitimação do Governo do PT (Lula e Dil¬ma) era o aspecto progressista das políticas de atendimento aos traba¬lhadores e trabalhadoras negras e as comunidades indígena. Para um amplo setor a diferença do gover¬no Lula para o Governo do PSDB (e os “neoliberais”) seria o respeito às camadas étnicas do proletaria¬do brasileiro, fundamentalmente a população negra e indígena.
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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / miscellaneous / other libertarian press Friday March 09, 2012 - 21:49 by Arquivo Bakunin
Conceito de Liberdade (1975)
O Império Knuto Germânico e a Revolução Social (1871) ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / community struggles / non-anarchist press Wednesday January 25, 2012 - 00:09 by La Haine 1 image
Unas nueve mil personas de la comunidad de Pinheirinho, ubicada en Sao Paulo (capital brasileña), están siendo reprimidas este domingo y lunes de madrugada por la Policía Militar (PM) en un operativo para desalojar a las familias sin techo que ocupan terrenos de una empresa que quebró hace ocho años. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / imperialism / war / non-anarchist press Monday July 25, 2011 - 22:08 by Mark Weisbrot
U.S. diplomatic cables now released from Wikileaks make it clearer than ever before that foreign troops occupying Haiti for more than seven years have no legitimate reason to be there; that this a U.S. occupation, as much as in Iraq or Afghanistan; that it is part of a decades-long U.S. strategy to deny Haitians the right to democracy and self-determination; and that the Latin American governments supplying troops – including Brazil – are getting tired of participating. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / imperialismo / guerra / non-anarchist press Monday July 25, 2011 - 21:26 by Mark Weisbrot
Telegramas diplomáticos dos EUA divulgados pelo WikiLeaks deixam claro que as tropas estrangeiras que ocupam o Haiti há mais de sete anos não têm razão legítima para estar no país e que esta é uma ocupação americana, tanto quanto o são as do Iraque e Afeganistão. ... read full story / add a comment
brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / workplace struggles / non-anarchist press Saturday May 28, 2011 - 22:37 by Mario Osava
La furia fue proporcional a la muchedumbre arrinconada entre la selva y la muralla que represará el río Madeira, en el noroeste de Brasil. En tres días, los obreros incendiaron unos 50 autobuses, otros vehículos, instalaciones laborales y hasta sus alojamientos, con capacidad para 16.000 personas. ... read full story / add a comment
brésil/guyane/suriname/guinée française / luttes en milieu de travail / presse non anarchiste Tuesday April 26, 2011 - 15:50 by Raúl Zibechi
Au mois de mars de cette année, a éclaté la plus grande protestation sociale depuis de nombreuses années au Brésil. Plus de 80 000 travailleurs de tout le pays ont paralysé les travaux du “progrès” : centrales hydroélectriques, usines thermiques et raffineries. La mèche de la protestation a pris dans la forêt amazonienne, à Jirau, et fut allumée par l’arbitraire, la violence et l’autoritarisme. ... read full story / add a comment