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Evo Morales : ‘Our liberation is for the whole of humanity’

‘Only we can save the source of life and society : Mother Earth. Our planet is under a death threat from predatory and insane capitalism. Another world is not only possible, it is indispensable, because otherwise, no world will be possible.’ Evo Morales, President of Bolivia, gave this (...)

Quito declaration on ecosocialism and ‘buen vivir’

Quito declaration on ecosocialism and ‘buen vivir’ On June 10-12, Ecuador’s National Institute of Advanced Studies (IAEN, Spanish acronym) held an international symposium on Crisis of civilization, ecosocialism and ‘buen vivir’ . (“Buen Vivir” is usually translated as “living well,” but its meaning (...)


Posted on March 31, 2013 Chinese leader calls for ecological civilization This article appears in January 2013 issue of the English-language edition of Qiushi Journal, a publication of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. The author, Jiang Chunyun, is former Vice Chairman of (...)

Statement of the ILPS Commission 5 and WORKINS on Rio+20

WORKINS Steering Committee : Gustavo Vera (La Alameda, Argentina), Peter Murphy (Philippines Australia Union Link, Australia), Marco Luciano (Migrante-Canada), Nikos Noulas (UWP, Greece), Emelia Yanti (GSBI, Indonesia), Mine Kazuya (ALUI, Japan), Mark Muller (APS, New Zealand), Elmer Labog & Ma. Teresa Dioquino (Kilusang Mayo Uno, Philippines), Ferdie Gaite (COURAGE, Philippines), Analeah Escresa-Colina (EILER, Philippines), Malick Sy (CNTS, Senegal), Melanie Dulfo (Migrante-US), Alexis Adarfio (Venezuela) Denounce capitalist domination of Rio+20 Summit !


Cordillera leader tackles indigenous peoples’ self-determination and

“Defend our inherent right to self-determination !” was the resounding call of around 500 indigenous leaders and representatives, and advocates coming from different countries participating in the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Territories, Rights and Sustainable Development, also known as Kari-Oca II, taking place from June 14-22 in Jacarepagua, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.