An in-depth look at the far-right attack on Brazilian democracy, the involvement of Bolsonaro's allies, and President Lula da Silva's swift response.
Over 1000 activists join leading left MPs, trade unionists and international activists in showing solidarity with social progress and democracy in Bolivia after violent right-wing attacks.
On Thursday evening, hundreds tuned in to hear an update on the democratic crisis in Peru with solidarity speakers including Jeremy Corbyn and Peruvian activist Francesca Emanuele.
"Our solidarity with the Brazilian people and with President Lula” - Latin American leaders and progressives internationally show solidarity with Lula after the far-right attack on Brazil's democratic institutions.
"What is taking place in Peru is a massacre by the government and by the security forces, and it’s a massacre that the media are not reporting" - an interview with Peruvian activist Francesca Emanuele
We need to stand up to Starmer’s attacks on party democracy and socialist policies - Rachel Garnham, CLPD, writes ahead of the Solidarity, Struggle, Socialism Conference this Saturday.
Labour NEC representative Jess Barnard responds to the party dropping commitments for independent BAME and disabled members structures - "a bad day for democracy and anti-racism."
"It is plain as day that the candidate selection process now being run by the Party is being factionally abused and is not fit for purpose" - Emma Dent Coad
"The policies we discuss and agree at our branches and CLPs, and eventually at Annual Conference, count for nothing without a democratic Party whose members have a real say in our manifesto commitments."
"Our activism matters, debate and discussion matter. Downgrading Annual Conference by stealth, cynicism, or indifference undermines Party democracy and engagement with our members"