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Archive for 27. Juli 2010

Gegen Steinigungen! Gegen Hinrichtungen!

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Juli 2010

mehr Infos hier, hat tip to Révolution en Iran … für das Leben und die Freiheit von Sakine Ashtiani

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TV-Dokumentation „Britain’s Witch Children“

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Juli 2010

Dem britischen Sender Channel 4 ist es gelungen, in einer investigativen Reportage, die hier auch nächsten 30 Tage online zu sehen sein wird, eine Reihe fundamentalistisch-pfingstlerische Pastoren in verschiedenen Londoner Kirchengemeinden bei ihren Machenschaften – gewaltförmige Teufelsaustreibungen bei als Hexen stigmatisierten Kindern – zu filmen, weitere Informationen zum Thema im Independent, bei Bartholomew’s Notes on Religion und bei Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (pdf-Datei) … derartiges wird übrigens nicht nur in vielen afrikanischen evangelikalen Kirchen sondern auch von einer Fast-Vizepräsidentin der USA geglaubt

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Kleine internationale Streikrundschau

Posted by entdinglichung - 27. Juli 2010

eine kleine Nachrichtensammlung:

* Cambodian garment workers clash with police (Reuters)

„At least nine female garment workers were injured on Tuesday in clashes with Cambodian riot police who used shields and electric shock batons to try to end a week-long strike over the suspension of a local union official.

The sector, Cambodia’s number three currency earner behind agriculture and tourism, shed almost 30,000 jobs in 2009 after a drop in sales to the United States and Europe.“

* Chittagong/Bangladesh: Dockers stage sit-in (Daily Star)

„The dock workers of Chittagong port on Sunday started their two-hour-long sit-in programme in front of Bandar Bhaban, the office of Chittagong Port Authority (CPA), demanding implementation of the decisions made regarding their earlier demands.

The Dock Bandar Sramik Karmachari Federation, a platform of the dock workers, started the programme around 10:30am as part of their 10-day-long agitation programme to press home their demands, President of the federation Golam Mohammad told The Daily Star.

They demanded reinstatement of the dockworkers fired during the caretaker government’s tenure in the name of reformation, employing of labourers by rotation through a booking centre under Chittagong Port Authority (CPA), reintroduction of labour department, opening of the closed residential buildings and issuing identity cards to avoid hassels while entering the port, our Chittagong correspondent reports.“

* Anti-austerity strikes hamper tourism in Greece (LibCom)

„Strikes by airspace control officers and petrol-carrying truck drivers are causing long delays and serious lack of fuel across Greece.“

* The first victory (Labour Party Pakistan)

„This afternoon, after 17 days of strike by over 20,000 power looms workers in the Jhang district, the bosses agreed to meet the demands. The district coordination officer (DCO) announced at the textile workers’ strike camp that all workers would be issued social security cards. At a meeting the director of social security, the district administration and employers jointly agreed. This will be first time that industrial workers in the Jhang district will be able to receive the benefits of social security, including free health service, special marriage and death grants and free education for their children at social security schools.“

* Qom Operators Shut Information Lines for a Second Day (iran labor report)

„On July 25, the information telephone operators in the holy cit of Qom shut the lines from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. and stopped work protesting for a second consecutive day.

According to Iran Labour News Agency (ILNA), one of the workers wishing to remain anonymous said that: “since July 23, a new contractor has signed a new contract with the Qom authorities declaring that they will run the information operator service with 35 employees and the officials have agreed to the terms as well.” According to the said worker, half of the operators who all have more than ten years of service with these telephone services are to be laid off. With the last two days protests, they are now saying that 50 of the 70 employees shall be kept instead of the original 35.“

* Universidade de São Paulo (USP): Fim da greve reafirma necessidade de superar a fragmentação (Socialismo o Barbarie)

* Pompiers du Finistère: En grève illimitée (CGT)

„Dans tout le département, les pompiers professionnels sont en grève illimitée depuis vendredi matin, à l’appel de la CGT. Les pompiers dénoncent des mesures d’économies prises au niveau départemental qui se traduisent par un retard dans l’avancement des catégories C.

La CGT évoque aussi des cas de souffrance, tant chez les pompiers que dans le personnel administratif, et demande une écoute par un médecin du travail extérieur au SDIS (Service départemental d’incendie et de secours). Par ailleurs, les pompier de Concarneau, ont une une revendication spécifique concernant la vétusté de leurs locaux. Située dans une ancienne usine de boîtes de conserve de l’avenue de la Gare, l’actuelle caserne n’est plus adaptée.“

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