U.S. activists need to understand how corruption, oligarchy, and inequality at the national level are tied to similar patterns around the world.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Workers not only create pressure to reform laws and regulation. They can influence the strategies for enforcing labor standards too.
The new president has appointed a former mining executive to a high-level post, worrying indigenous communities that have long protested the company’s harmful extraction activities.
Governments and consumers will have much to gain if labor power can provide a check on the runaway predatory business model that platform companies have exported around the world.
As several recent cases from the National Community Reinvestment Coalition show, laws alone are not enough to end housing discrimination.
Before Celebrating Sinn Féin Election Surge, Consider Their Pro-Austerity Record in the North of Ireland
For over two decades, the party has shared power in the North of Ireland, where it has widened the gaps between rich and poor.
The PRO Act, which offers a pathway to increased power for the working class, passed the House with bipartisan support.
John Stumpf has to pay $17.5 million and is banned for life from the banking industry. He should face criminal charges as well.
"We have to figure out what kind of people are we going to be and what policies will help us be our best selves."
The UK, a nation of food banks and Ferraris, ranks as the world’s sixth-richest economy. Advocates are demanding change.