Social justice news (English texts)

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Howie Hawkins (Ukraine Solidarity Network US): ‘ The anti-imperialist position is to support the national liberation struggle of the Ukrainian people’
Howie Hawkins Federico Fuentes
January 28, 2023
Together We Stand: Enforced Single Motherhood and Ukrainian Refugees’ Care Networks
Oksana Dutchak
January 18, 2023
Ukraine: Free market will not win the war - British researcher criticises Kyiv’s economic policy
Justinas Šuliokas
January 2, 2023
Ukrainian employers use the war as pretext to cancel workers’ rights
Ignacy Jóźwiak Yuriy Samoylov
December 16, 2022
Principles for Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction in the energy system. Workers and social movements approach
Simon Pirani
December 15, 2022
Ukraine: No, privatisation should not be restarted after the war
Thomas Barrett
December 14, 2022
UK: Nadhim Zahawi is playing into Putin’s hands, not striking nurses
Paul Mason
December 5, 2022
Ukraine: Solidarity vital to expel Russia
Alena Ivanova
November 29, 2022
Ukraine’s nurses face brutal winter as health austerity collides with war
Kateryna Semchuk
November 29, 2022
Together in Trouble: Social Policy for Just Reconstruction in Ukraine.
Natalia Lomonosova
November 28, 2022
Labor Rights as a Guarantee of Sustainable Peace
Maksym Shumakov
November 17, 2022
Ukraine: Students protest against the closure of the Academy of Printing in Lviv
Social Movement
November 16, 2022
Ukraine: Houses and for Whom to (Re)Build Them?
Kateryna Turenko
November 15, 2022
Resistance and Solidarity. The Left Volunteer Movement in the Russo-Ukrainian War
Vladyslav Starodubtsev
November 9, 2022
Ukraine’s proposed new media law threatens press freedom
Serhiy Guz
November 7, 2022
Beyond the poverty threshold: Ukrainian pensioners’ survival
October 27, 2022
Ukraine: “The practice of self-management is widespread”
Patrick Le Tréhondat Ksénia (Ukraine)
October 20, 2022
Ukraine’s latest economic reforms threaten workers’ social benefits
Serhiy Guz
October 12, 2022
Ukraine: Decent Work during and after the War
Natalia Lomonosova
October 11, 2022
Ukrainian workers are struggling for survival
Wojciech Albert Łobodziński Vladyslav Starodubtsev
October 5, 2022
Poles are for Ukraine, but against Ukrainians
Sławomir Sierakowski Przemysław Sadura
October 3, 2022
Ukraine: “At Some Point, Everything You Do Becomes Activism”
Posle
September 25, 2022
Ukraine: 52 apartments for IDPs. The gap between housing policy and the shocks of war
Alona Liasheva
September 23, 2022
What do Ukrainian trade unions expect from their European counterparts?
Alfons Bech
September 22, 2022
Winter and humanitarian aid
Alfons Bech
September 21, 2022
Donations worth millions fail to reach Ukraine – sparking calls for change
Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
September 20, 2022
Where are the people of Bucha?
Alfons Bech
September 20, 2022
How to restore employment in Ukraine: an alternative proposal to the government’s neoliberal reconstruction plan
Małgorzata Kulbaczewska-Figat
August 10, 2022
Is Poland’s smooth reception of Ukrainian refugees heading for trouble?
Eric Reidy
August 4, 2022
“When there’s a problem, people come to us”
Pavel Lisyansky Posle
August 3, 2022
Ukrainian feminist voices: Bilkis members
Bilkis Patrick Le Tréhondat
July 30, 2022
Ukrainian workers’ war on two fronts
Dick Nichols
July 22, 2022
No jobs, no homes: Ukrainians forced back to frontline towns
Isobel Koshiw
July 16, 2022
What happened to Ukrainian children in care who fled to Poland?
James Jackson
July 6, 2022
The informal volunteer groups leading Ukraine’s aid effort
Isobel Koshiw
July 1, 2022
Social Protection in Postwar Ukraine: Time to Change Approaches
Natalia Lomonosova
June 14, 2022
UK: PCS conference rejects “Stop the War” argument, votes for strong Ukraine solidarity
PCS activist
June 1, 2022
UK: Stand with Ukraine and its labour movement: a letter to UCU Congress delegates and activists
Denis Pilash Rhian Keyse
May 31, 2022
37 theses about the current state, challenges and principles of new housing policy in Ukraine
Cedos
May 30, 2022
The workers are defending Ukraine. The Ukrainian state is not defending workers’ rights
May 28, 2022
Ukraine, Resistance and Reconstruction: Issues for the post-war recovery
Ukraine Solidarity Campaign Yuliya Yurchenko
May 28, 2022
Notes: Support for people and organisations in the Russian-occupied areas
Minutes: Simon Pirani
May 27, 2022
Ukraine’s new labour law could ‘open Pandora’s box’ for workers
Serhiy Guz
May 20, 2022
Social Movement (Ukraine): What’s going on in Ukraine and why left solidarity is important
Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal
May 20, 2022
What socialists are doing in Ukraine
Denys Pilash
May 17, 2022
Interview with Ukrainian Union Organizer Artem Tidva
Artem Tidva, John Reimann
May 11, 2022
What the Left’s fight for worker rights in Ukraine and Russia has in common, and what it does not
Jeremy Morris
May 10, 2022
The Voice Of The Left Is The Voice Of The Working People
Sotsialnyi Rukh (Social Movement) Ukraine
May 10, 2022
Interview with construction union leader Vasyl Andreyev [video]
Soren Sondergaard
May 5, 2022
Down and out in Kyiv: how Russia’s invasion has hit homeless people
Kateryna Semchuk
May 3, 2022
Ukraine: The war on workers? What is wrong with labor regulations under martial law
Vitaliy Dudin
April 29, 2022
Ukraine: Without shelter: housing policy in wartime
Alona Liasheva
April 2, 2022
Without an emphasis on victimhood: the challenges of Ukrainian women human rights defenders and scientists during the war
Feminist Workshop Marta Havryshko Olena Strelnyk Marta Chumalo
Interview with Ukrainian Union Organizer Artem Tidva
REIMANN John, TIDVA Artem
2022-05-13T10:37:27Z
What the Left's fight for worker rights in Ukraine and Russia has in common, and what it does not
MORRIS Jeremy
2022-05-13T07:07:52Z
Ukraine: Resisting the War to Push for a More Egalitarian World
Denis Pilash TSS Platform
30/04/2022
Trade union leaders arrested in Belarus
Arthur Svenssons International Prize for Trade Union Rights
2022-04-20T13:50:00Z