By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson, International League of Peoples Struggle 4 March 2011 The International League of Peoples Struggle (ILPS) views with grave concern and condemns the preparations being made by US imperialism and its European NATO allies (along with Canada — ed.) for outright military intervention in Libya in order to tighten their… Read More ILPS condemns U.S. and NATO preparations for military intervention against Libya
Support the campaign to reverse the deportation order on Jose Figueroa, a former student organizer for the Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) — an organization that opposed the military dictatorship in El Salvador and later formed its government. Canadian officials now unjustly claim the FMLN is a “terrorist group”. “We are all Jose” campaign… Read More Oppose the deportation from Canada of Jose Figueroa, former FMLN member
Canada has been at the heart of the events surrouding Wikileaks thanks to our very own right wing fanatics. Tom Flanagan, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff, suggested that Wikileaks Editor in Chief, Julian Assange, “should be assassinated,” though Flanagan later retracted those comments after worldwide outcry. Flanagan told CBC TV that… Read More Free Julian Assange! Hands off Wikileaks!
Communiqué Montréal, December 6, 2010 To commemorate December 6, the day when 14 women were massacred in Montreal's Polytechnical Institute in 1989, and in protest of the violence which women continue to suffer in Québec, Canada and around the world, we, the Collective of Women of Diverse Origins whole-heartedly supports the resolutions which came… Read More Stop all violence against women here and in the world!
Communiqué Montréal, le 6 décembre, 2010 Pour commémorer le 6 décembre, jour en 1989 où 14 jeunes femmes ont été massacrés à l' Institut polytechnique à Montréal, et pour protester contre la violence qui continue à être faite aux femmes au Québec, au Canada et dans le monde, nous, le Collectif des Femmes de diverses… Read More Finir avec violence contre les femmes ici et dans le monde
On Friday, December 3, 2010, the Morong 43 started their hunger strike for freedom. December 6, 2010 would be the 10th month of their illegal arrest and detention. We demand their immediate and unconditional release. The 43 health workers, who were attending a grassroots medical training, are victims of illegal search, arrest, detention and torture. … Read More Call to International Networks in Support of Morong 43 and All Political prisoners in the Philippines
By Prof. Jose Maria Sison Chairperson International League of Peoples' Struggle November 26, 2010 We, the International League of Peoples' Struggle, condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent and ongoing provocations being made by the US and the South Korean puppet government against the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). We… Read More ILPS condems war provocations by the U.S. and South Korea against DPRK
November 6, 2010, marks the ninth month of illegal detention for 43 Filipino health workers, a group known as the Morong 43, which includes two nursing mothers. The Council for Health and Development, National Council of Churches in the Philippines, the Health Alliance for Democracy and Bayan Philippines are calling for coordinated actions world-wide to… Read More Rally at Philippine Embassy in Ottawa to demand freedom for Morong 43
Philippines broadcasting network ABS-CBN interviews Ms. Gail Davidson, Executive Director of the Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC), on the plight of the “Morong 43”, illegally arrested volunteer community health workers.
Chères amies, Dear Friends, Les préparatifs pour le prochain G20 en Corée du sud en novembre 2010 s’accompagnent déjà d’une vague de mesures répressives contre les travailleurs-euses migrants. Les Femmes de diverses origines lève sa voix contre ces attaques à la liberté des gens de s’exprimer sur ce que trame les puissants en notre nom.… Read More WDO denounces repression at G20 – FDO dénonce la répression au G20?