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9 January 2021

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9 January 2021

We are still not out of the woods even after leaving the annus horribilis behind us. The current multidimensional crisis, the most severe since 1929 affects everything from democracy, health, the economy, climate, environment and social rights. CADTM members would like to update readers about the looming debt crisis and what possible radical alternatives there are.

As the pandemic and the ensuing lock-down has snatched the lives and livelihood of the working people around the world, more and more of them are falling prey to predatory lending. Sushovan Dhar and Sankha Subhra Biswas expose the loan sharks and share their experiences about organising resistance among women micro-credit victims. In another article Omar Aziki explains the journey of ATTAC-CADTM Morocco - 20 years of struggle for another Morocco, a journey in the quest for social and environmental justice, towards dignity and freedom. CADTM writes an open letter to the Ecuadorian president urging him to protect the rights of the indigenous and peasant community from menaced by the transnational oil-company Chevron.

Eric Toussaint unravels the hand of the Bretton Woods twins – the WB & IMF – in fostering this climate and environmental crisis.

In an interview with Srecko Pulig, Catherine Sumary highlights the strategic debates within the European left particularly in the Recommons Europe project in this era of pandemic.

Also find articles on UK Student debt, Cambodia’s micro-credit menace, struggles in Algeria, the peasant movement in India, the murdered environmental activists in South Africa, private equity and agriculture, the role of pension funds in Colombia and Peru, G20’s posturing on debt and the effects of Free Trade policies on African women and on Tunisia, etc.

We wish our readers a very happy new year! A year of joyful struggle, hope, and especially, success!

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