By Alliance of Agrarian Reform Movement (AGRA)
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The Alliance of Agrarian Reform Movement/Aliansi Gerakan Reforma Agraria (AGRA), an Indonesian militant peasant organization, mobilized thousands of its members to Jakarta to campaign against land confiscation, reject World Trade Organization (WTO) and rising fuel prices. Rahmat, secretary general of AGRA said that this mobilization is to confirm to the Indonesian Government the position of the Indonesian peasantry in these issues.
We, the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) herein represented by its governing Bureau in session and joined by fellow members firmly reiterate our call to the present Philippine government to hold past and present perpetrators of human rights violators accountable.
By Defend Jobs Philippines (Tanggol Kabuhayan Pilipinas)
Illegally dismissed workers from Advan Shoes and Luneta vendors stormed the Malacañang Palace today as they jointly demand to the Aquino government, especially to the newly elected senators, congressmen and city officials to protect the people from massive unemployment, to generate adequate and decent jobs for all Filipinos and to recognize and not to criminalize the livelihood which the vendors and other informal workers created.
By ILPS-Indonesia Chapter
The International League of Peoples Struggle (ILPS) Indonesia Chapter, together Indonesia working class is mobilizing their forces in International Labor Day. Thousands of militant working peoples under the FPR (Front Perjuangan Rakyat/Peoples Struggle Front) demand to the government to stop wage, land, and work seizure. Under the multiple crisis that are hitting international monopoly capitalist system, their effort to revive from the crises is to shift the burden to working peoples shoulders.
By Indonesian Peoples Alliance
The Indonesian Peoples Alliance (IPA), a wide alliance of mass and civil society organizations, strongly condemned the government of SBY-Boediono who, through its apparatus, Large City Police in Surabaya, dispersed and arrested activists for staging a manifestation against the annual meeting of APEC trade ministers (Surabaya, April 20 to 21) and trade liberalization agenda. This action has further exposed the government of Indonesia as stooges of the international monopoly capitalist power, so the view of Adityo Ario, Managing Director of the Institute for National and Democracy Studies (INDIES).
By Agnes Winarti on 2013-03-23http://www.thejakartapost.com/bali-daily/2013-03-23/people-s-alliance-use-bali-conferences-champion-agenda.html
As many as 30 civil society organizations under the banner of the newly established Indonesian People’s Alliance (IPA) plan to voice the unsung-aspirations of Indonesian grassroot communities at the numerous international high-level conferences in Bali this year.
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