“I won’t stop speaking out for women’s rights” vows woman rights defender An activist who faces a potential fine after speaking about abortion rights and women’s rights at a United Nations forum, should have the defamation charge against her dropped, Amnesty International said ahead of the organization’s participation in an event on sexual and reproductive […] The post Andorra: Defamation charge against activist facing trial for speaking out about women’s rights must be dropped appeared first on Amnesty International.
Originally published by Labor Notes What is the mood at United Auto Workers headquarters today? Day drinking? Shopping for retirement condos? Dunning staff for money to try desperately to win the run-off? Shredding documents? Reformers in the United Auto Workers are jubilant as they seem set to make a historic change in the top leadership of their union, ending 70 years of one-party top-down rule. Source Source / Read More: Reformers Win Big in United Auto Workers Election, Reject Entrenched Leadership