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Planting budgetary time bombs in Africa: the Macron Doctrine En Marche

Daniela Gabor and Ndongo Samba Sylla, in article published by the Groupe d'études géopolitiques take close look at how "paradoxically, the Macron Doctrine - built on a critique of financialisation and privatisation of public goods – co-exists with the French push for the Wall Street Consensus, which promotes a partnership with global investors to financialise development and privatise public goods, particularly in Africa."

Source: Groupe d'Etudes Géopolitiques

CUPE lauds decisive win for public health care in BC Supreme Court decision

CUPE is applauding the BC Supreme Court’s decision to protect Canada's universal public health care system in a ruling released today on the Cambie v. British Columbia case. The case was brought by Dr. Brian Day, CEO of Cambie Surgeries Corporation, who is seeking to overturn the ban on for-profit health care and bring a US-style medical system into Canada.

Source: Canadian Union of Public Employees

Lutte contre la COVID-19 : actions de sensibilisation au Sénégal

La pandémie de la COVID 19 qui a ébranlé le monde, se ressent dans tous les secteurs sociaux et économiques. Dans le cadre de la lutte contre la COVID-19, la Coordination des syndicats sénégalais affiliés à l’Internationale des Services Publics (COSA/ISP) envisage des actions de sensibilisation durant deux semaines à Dakar, Kaolack et Fatick.

Source: www.lactuacho.com

TAFJA calls for heavy taxes on big business and the wealthy, and cutting corporate tax perks, as key steps in raising public finance for COVID-19 responses

As the COVID19 public health crisis continues to intensify, deep flaws in our societies and economies have become abundantly clear. It is a system that puts profits before people, privileges corporations and the wealthy, and deepens many forms of inequality and injustice, including gender inequal

Source: www.apmdd.org