July 15, 2015
The forces of PAME in Thessaloniki moved on a symbolic occupation of the Ministry of Macedonia-Thrace.
PAME has raised a huge banner, at the front of the building, with the slogan:
Enough blood we shed – Enough we paid!
People take the situation into your own hands!
Block the New Measures and the Long Lasting Memoranda!
Photos of the occupied Ministry at:
We support the struggles of PAME
We reject the new memorandum
FISE the World Federation of Teachers’ Unions affiliated to WFTU welcomes the struggle of PAME against the new anti-people anti-labor agreement for the third memorandum was decided at the Euro Summit, proving once again that the European Union is an alliance of caring for the salvation of the capitalists taking tough measures for the people of Greece and having an impact on the working class throughout the world.
The European Union and the political parties that support it are detrimental to the interests of all peoples.
We invite teachers of Greece to participate in fighting demonstrations of PAME.
The working class of Greece not to approve the new agreement. With its struggle to say
No to the new barbaric third Memorandum. No to the new brutal measures.
Accept our militant greetings
Continue the struggle of all of us
issued by Alba labour Union
Kingdom of Bahrain
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In response to the report of UNICEF on child mortality which states that:
Reduced reflexes and little willingness to finance relief projects show many governments of developed countries, in terms of efforts by international organizations such as UNICEF to improve the lives of millions of children who are trapped in the vice of poverty, hunger and disease, underlines the latest report of the UN about children. Certainly the report, as usual, records the tragic situation without touching the causes that created it, i.e. the capitalist barbarity, the interventions and the wars of the imperialists.
The elements of UNICEF record the following alarming sad situation:
a) The poorest children in the world have two times more possibilities to die before their fifth birthday, compared with the children of wealthiest families or countries.
b) The percentage of children who die a few days after birth increase significantly.
c) While supposedly the number of people who in 1990 lived in extreme poverty has dropped to one billion, of the nearly 1.9 billion, today almost half of them (about 47%) are children and young people under 18 years old.
d) At least 58 million children in the world remain illiterate, since they do not go to school due to poverty.
More acute are the problems that millions of children face especially in India, where capitalist development over the past 15 years has brought the 60% of the population living in extreme poverty and struggling to survive through the limited amount of less than two US dollars a day that have at their disposal. This explains the dramatic images of millions of children who live completely abandoned in the biggest cities of India, of whom (according to experts) around 68 million are at risk of dying before they reach the age of five. Another 119 million children in India suffer from chronic malnutrition, while 700 000 children die of curable diseases every year due to poverty. Continue reading