Tag Archives: #Legal

March 23rd, 2018: Brazil’s Unionized Sex Workers

Can Brazil’s Unionized sex workers, through activism and organizing, overcome the stigma and general disdain for their profession to find some degree of dignity, respect, and self identification on their own terms? Amanda De Lisio, a post-doctoral research assistant @ Bournemouth University, speaks with the LMC about this incredible story of struggle and perseverance.

Feb 2nd 2018: Austerity in Argentina

Austerity, tax cuts for the rich, call it what you like. The end result of economic policies benefiting the rich ultimately harms poor and working class people. Argentina is no exception. Juan Cruz Ferre, a columnist for Left Voice & La Izquierda Diario, speaks with the LMC about austerity measures in Argentina and how people are mobilizing against it.

Jan 26th 2018: Migrating to Canada

Not everything is rosy with peace and love regarding the open arm of Canada towards immigration. In fact, for several years, the Canadian immigration system has become more in lockstep with the US regarding asylum seekers and the undocumented. So the LMC speaks with Patricia Martin, an associate professor of Geography at the Universite de Montreal, about the myths and harsh realities of migrating to Canada.