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‘We have millions of reasons to protest’ on International Women’s Day

‘We have millions  of reasons to  protest’ on International Women’s Day On International Women's Day, 8 March, mass protests and strikes are planned in some countries. Sadie Robinson spoke to some of the activists involved.

Teachers’ strike puts pressure on Syriza and the Greek state

Teachers’ strike puts pressure on Syriza and the Greek state A confidence vote in the Greek government shows the scale of Syriza’s crisis, says Nick Clark

Strikes over poverty pay after years of austerity in Greece

Strikes over poverty pay after years of austerity in Greece Workers across the private sector in Greece were set to strike on Wednesday

Anti-fascists protest in Athens over Golden Dawn trial

Anti-fascists protest in Athens over Golden Dawn trial Anti-fascists in Greece protested outside the Court of Appeal in Athens on Tuesday.

Syriza signs up for decades more austerity as final bailout deal ends in Greece

Syriza signs up for decades more austerity as final bailout deal ends in Greece Greece exited its final bailout agreement on Monday—the mechanism through which the European Union (EU) and the bankers have forced austerity on ordinary Greeks.

Greece fire response wrecked by years of austerity

Greece fire response wrecked by years of austerity The Greek government faces outrage over its failures and austerity policies, following huge wildfires that killed almost 100 people

Wildfires in Greece—the price of austerity

25 July 2018
This is the lethal cost of the austerity memorandum demanded by the EU to pay Greece’s debt

Nationalism fuels new rise of Golden Dawn Nazis in Greece

26 June 2018
Nick Clark spoke to activists in Greece about taking on fascist Golden Dawn and the racist policies of the European Union

Greek general strike set to bring country to standstill

28 May 2018
Public and private sector workers in Greece are set to walk out on a general strike on Wednesday.

Refugees suffer as governments collude to keep them out at all costs

08 May 2018
Horror stories from refugee camps in Greece and Libya have revealed the cruelty of the European Union’s (EU) border policies.

Greek strikers and protesters show anti-austerity fight goes on

26 April 2018
Health workers, power workers, pensioners and mining workers were all on the streets. But coordination is lacking.

Anti-austerity fury in Greece ahead of strikes against free market reforms

24 April 2018
Hospital workers, council workers and teachers across Greece were set to march and strike together on Wednesday this week.

Greek right attempt comeback with nationalist rally

06 February 2018
A mass nationalist march showed the left needs to keep up the fightback

Transport strike in Greece cancels flights and brings trains and buses to a standstill

15 January 2018
Thousands of transport workers in Greece struck on Monday of this week against the left wing Syriza government’s plans to bring in harsh new anti-union laws.

Greece brought to a standstill as workers go on general strike

14 December 2017
A general strike across both the public and private sectors brought Greece to a standstill on Thursday. It was called by the ADEDY and GSEE union federations against austerity and the Syriza government’s attack on the right to strike.

Workers set for new general strike in Greece as Syriza government plans more austerity

30 November 2017
Trade unions in Greece have called a general strike on Thursday 14 December as parliament is set to discuss next year’s budget.

Nazi boat is blocked in Mediterranean ports, but refugees face other obstacles

08 August 2017
A boat hired by far right activists to stop NGOs from rescuing refugees has been turned away from a series of Mediterranean ports.

Greek workers strike as MPs debate European Union's austerity demands

23 May 2017
Tens of thousands of workers flooded the streets of central Athens in Greece yesterday, Wednesday, as the country was brought to a standstill by a general strike.

Adults in the room - the inside story on Greece's bailout blackmail

16 May 2017
Workers across Greece were set to walk out in a general strike on Wednesday—against more austerity that a radical left government was elected to end two years ago.

How we fought the colonels’ coup in Greece—and what it can teach us for today

02 May 2017
Fifty years ago on Friday, Maria Styllou was among those who occupied the Greek embassy in London in response to a coup in Greece. She explains how the coup happened and what it means

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