Global Left Midweek - Labor Day Special
- Workers' Rights Worldwide
- Solidarity Strikes in Trinidad and Tobago
- Unions vs Ryanair
- Giant Rally Planned in Delhi
- Mexican Workers and Trump's New NAFTA
- Will the Ontario Labour Movement Return to Class Struggle as Austerity Deepens?
Ed Sykes / The Canary (London)
Some of the world’s worst offenders are key Western allies – like Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Colombia.
Camille Hunte / Daily Express (Post of Spain)
Various union leaders said they stood in solidarity with the oil workers who have lost their jobs.
Pavan Kulkarni / People's Dispatch (New Delhi)
For followup on the Ryanair strikes, see Ryanair Signs Its First Union Deal
Ashok Dhawale / NewsClick (New Delhi)
Massive rally on September 5 to hit out at neoliberal economic policies, communal agenda, authoritarian attacks by the BJP government.
Napoleón Gómez Urrutia / Labor Notes (Detroit)
A statement from the president of Los Mineros (the National Union of Mine, Metal, Steel, and Related Workers of the Mexican Republic).
Sam Gindin and Michael Hurley / The Bullet (Ontario)
Effectively fighting back as a class must include preparing, organizing and mobilizing for political strikes.