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Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
People Power in Romania Stopped a Mining Project. Now the Corporation is Suing for Billions of Dollars.
Romanian and U.S. environmental justice activists demonstrated in Washington, DC, outside a World Bank tribunal hearing on a case brought by Canadian-based Gabriel Resources.
The Washington Post downplayed the most hopeful findings of their own poll on climate action, so we highlighted those findings for them.
A new report gathers insights from over 170 activists on the frontlines of inequality struggles in 23 countries on how to build and sustain their movements.
International leaders meeting at the ILO to discuss social protection policies must address the painful spending cutbacks that are provoking protests in many countries.
Technology will continue to transform industries, but weak labor protections are a more serious threat to the quality of work.
Oakland's struggle shows why educators are challenging more widespread political and societal conditions that undermine schools.
In Chile, Haiti, and Ecuador, demonstrators want more than narrow policy changes. They want to transform the economic systems that have increased inequality for decades.