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ESSF is an association for international solidarity. Covering a wide range of topics, our website offers militant information on many struggles and campaigns, as well as in-depth articles, elements of debates, documents of varied types. We would like it to become a useful tool for all those who are fighting for a world of solidarity. Our website was opened publicly at the end of September 2005, with about 450 articles, though still unevenly distributed by topics or countries. New documents will be regularly added: updates on current events, introduction of new topics, complementary articles, and also early-written texts that restitute the memory and history of movements, struggles and debates.

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--- International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
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--- European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center (ESISC)
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--- Institut du Développement Durable et des Rélations Internationales (IDDRI)
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--- Southern Africa Social Forum (SASF)
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--- Research and Information System
--- Toda Institute
--- Global Alliance For Banking on Values
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--- Global Governance Watch
--- Centre for Asia Pacific Social Transformation Studies (CAPTRANS)
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--- Policy Innovations
--- Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs
--- Project Syndicate
--- New Perspectives Quarterly
--- Initiative internationale pour repenser l’économie (IRE)
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--- Global Voices
--- International Labour Organization
--- IPCC - Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
--- World Health Organisation (WHO)
--- UNESCO. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
--- Global Education Magazine
--- Campaign for People’s Goals for Sustainable Development
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Latest publications on this Web site:

What will Hong Kong’s ‘leaderless’ anti-extradition law protesters do next ?
¤ CLEMENT Jacques, YU Elaine ¤ 19 June 2019
Hong Kong's “leaderless” demonstrations brought millions of people onto the streets and forced the city's pro-Beijing leadership into a rare climbdown. But with no one directing the action, where does the movement go now ? The unpopular bill that sparked the protests and would have allowed (...) read more

What will it take to address poverty in Malaysia?
¤ JEYAKUMAR DEVARAJ (Dr) Michael ¤ 19 June 2019
According to government statistics, poverty is virtually non-existent in Malaysia—the Barisan Nasional (BN) government pegged its incidence at 0.6% of the population in 2014. But this was because the poverty line was fixed at ridiculously low levels then. It is still unrealistic now: RM920 per (...) read more

The Philippines’ counterrevolution from above
¤ MAKALINTAL Joshua ¤ 19 June 2019
The midterm election in the Philippines last May was a clear victory for President Rodrigo Duterte. The failure of opposition candidates to get a seat in the Senate meant that the President has gained a stronghold in the country's legislative chamber, which further consolidates his power. This (...) read more

The 2019 Indonesian Elections: An Overview
¤ LANE Max ¤ 19 June 2019
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Joko Widodo and Maruf Amin have been declared the winner in the 2019 Presidential elections, with a 11% lead over Prabowo and Sandiaga Uno. Prabowo is disputing the elections in the Constitutional Court. All the parties supporting Prabowo are accepting the results of the (...) read more

Britain: Diane Abbott, John McDonnell and Emily Thornberry are correct on Brexit
¤ DAVIES Alan ¤ 19 June 2019
The Corbyn project is in crisis, writes Alan Davies. The EU elections results were a disaster for Labour, brought about by a major failure by the Corbyn leadership. It was an election that Labour could have won and within the terms of the policy agreed by conference last year, but this policy (...) read more

Land is Life: When Protecting Forests means Saving Malaysia’s Original Peoples
¤ RAHMAN Serina ¤ 19 June 2019
Malaysia's year-old Pakatan Harapan (PH) government has made the headlines for environmental progress. The quick arrest of those behind toxic contamination at Sungai Kim-Kim, the highly publicised rejection of container-loads of plastic waste, and declarations of poachers to be shot on sight (...) read more

Past, present, future – Everything You Need to Know About the Hong Kong Protests
¤ Alexa (Hong Kong), AU Loong-Yu, CHAN Chris, LAM Chi-leung, LEE Chun-Wing, LIN Kevin, SLAC ¤ 19 June 2019
Hong Kong's government tried to rush through a bill that would limit civil liberties. Instead they triggered a tidal wave of protests — some of the largest in modern history. On June 9, Hong Kong was convulsed by a million-strong march against a proposed amendment that would allow suspects to (...) read more

Brazil / Pakistan: Intervention in the Committee on Foreign Relations and National Defense on Ali Wazir
¤ MIRANDA David ¤ 19 June 2019
When David Miranda intervened in the Committee on Foreign Relations and National Defense, he thought Ali Wazeer had been released. This information was wrong. What happened is that Ali Wazeer was presented at an anti-terrorist court and was then being sent by the judge to Peshawar Jail. It is (...) read more

Tension in the Gulf of Oman: Attacks at sea – lessons from US history
¤ PASHKOFF Susan ¤ 19 June 2019
Watching the news about the attacks on 2 oil tankers (the Kokuka Courageous and the Front Altair) in the Gulf of Oman (near the Straits of Hormuz) on June 13, I had this strange feeling of déjà vu …, writes Susan Pashkoff. I was only 4 years old when the incident at the Gulf of Tonkin happened in (...) read more

Anti-extradition protest organiser ‘disappointed’ by Hong Kong leader’s refusal to retract bill and resign
¤ CHENG Kris ¤ 18 June 2019
The Civil Human Rights Front has said it was “disappointed” by Chief Executive Carrie Lam's latest response to protesters' demands. Although Lam gave an apology in person on Tuesday afternoon, she did not agree to the demands of demonstrators who attended a “two million-strong” march on Sunday. (...) read more


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