Carlos H. Reyes, historic union leader and former president of our member organization, the Union of Beverage and Related Industry Workers(Stibys), spoke with La Rel about the role that the IUF and its Latin American Regional Office have played throughout the twelve years of resistance and struggle of the Honduran people following the civilian-military coup in 2009.
On June 28, 2009, with the decisive support of the armed forces and under the feigned outrage of the United States, the de facto powers of Honduras staged a coup d’état that toppled the country’s democratic institutions and ushered in twelve years of pillaging, terror, and relentless violation of rights.
The term greenwashing refers to the marketing tactics deployed by companies to appear environmentally friendly to the public. The world’s largest multinational corporations have become experts in the use of such strategies to clean up their images. And the most proficient at it are those that contaminate the most.
On Wednesday, July 14, state congresswoman Luciane Carminatti met with members of the IUF’s Latin American LGBTI Group to discuss the furthering of public policies for the inclusion of gender-diverse persons in Florianópolis.
Following the young teacher’s release, his family thanks the national and international solidarity received
Thousands of citizens in Colombia demonstrated on May 12 against the government and police brutality, amidst the crisis that erupted …
Protests continue in several cities in Colombia after a meeting held on Monday, May 10, between President Iván Duque and …
Labor, social, and student organizations continue protesting across the country.
Despite meeting with brutal police repression since taking massively to the streets to protest a new tax law and other reforms furthered by the government of Iván Duque, the Colombian people continue to resist and show no signs of backing down.
Rethinking ourselves in order to rethink the world The door is open, we just need to step through and walk …