Global Left Midweek - November 14, 2018
- Young Activists Go Missing in China
- Germany: State Elections in Bavaria and Hesse
- Domestic Workers Head For a Second Global Congress in South Africa
- What Recent London Demos Say About the State of the British Left
- Chile: National Strike for Labor Rights
- Rome: Thousands March Against 'Climate of Hatred'
Javier C. Hernández / New York Times
The activists, describe themselves as ardent communists who fervently believe in the ideals of Marx and Mao. Their campaign against inequality and corporate greed has gained traction at some of China’s top schools.
Cornelia Hildebrandt / transform! europe (Vienna)
Pavan Kulkarni / Peoples Dispatch (New Delhi)
Phil Hearse / Green Left Weekly (Sydney)
An extreme right-wing Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA) march was out-mobilised and disrupted by anti-fascist demonstrators. One week later, a huge anti-Brexit demonstration was dominated politically by the right-wing, pro-EU trend in the Labour Party.
Peoples Dispatch (New Delhi)
A massive rally in Santiago was part of a national strike called by Worker’s United Centre of Chile (CUT). Several trade unions and student federations attended the march. Similar rallies were held in 40 other locations across the country.
Ylenia Gostoli / Al Jazeera (Doha)
Immigrants and supporters express opposition to Italy's government, call for the withdrawal of bill making it easier to expel migrants.