Public Resources and Human Rights Protection Centre, the biggest Trade Union collective has decided to hold the May Day, despite the governments ban as scheduled. This PRHRPC comprise of more than 20 major trade unions…Read More PRHRPC to hold the May Day despite the ban
English Translation 16th April 2021 MEDIA RELEASE To all electronic, print and web media. Director of News/News Editor Request to the Supreme Court for a referendum on the “Colombo Port City Commission Bill” We the…Read More Request to the Supreme Court for a referendum on the “Colombo Port City Commission Bill”
An interview with historian Mathilde Larrère on the role of women in the Paris Commune. What can we say about the role of women during the events of 18 March 1871 which marked the beginning…Read More “They were all the more monstrous because they were women, they transgressed everything”:
Originally published: Peoples Archive of Rural India by Parth M.N. (March 24, 2021) “No parent should experience the trauma of losing a child,” says Sirvikramjeet Singh Hundal, father of Navreet Singh, who died on January 26, during…Read More “We will protest for as long as possible”
Proposed token strike to be launched today (22nd) in state banks by the Ceylon Bank Employees’ Union (CBU) on has been called off due to the Ministry of Finance taking action to resolve the demands,…Read More Government backs down over bank strike threats!
Sri Lankan Unions Demand Respect for Workers Rights from Brandix and World Bank on Six Month Anniversary of COVID-19 Outbreak Six Month Anniversary of COVID-19 Outbreak at Brandix Minuwangoda Six months ago this week, by…Read More Sri Lankan Unions Demand Respect for Workers Rights from Brandix and World Bank!
Posted Apr 10, 2021 by Joshua Cho Originally published: FAIR (Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting) (April 8, 2021) Over the past few weeks, the subject of anti-Asian racism has received an unusual degree of Western media attention, ever since a…Read More Western media incite anti-Asian racism when they join in Cold War against China
APRIL 9, 2021 BY AAZAM AMEEN The alleged arrest and assault of Journalist Malika Abeykoon on Wednesday (07) drew international condemnation with media rights group Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calling for his immediate release. “RSF strongly…Read More SF condemns alleged assault on journalist, calls for his release
Brussels, April 9th, 2021 – Betty Mutekhele Barasa, a senior video editor and television producer working for the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC), was assaulted and shot dead at her home in Nairobi, on 7 April by…Read More Kenya: Journalist assaulted and killed at her home