- OnEstEnsemble (ACORN Cameroon) report on union repression at SOSUCAM sugarcane plantations
Français ci-dessous OnEstEnsemble, ACORN’s Cameroon affiliate, has released a report on union-busting at the SOSUCAM sugarcane plantations.
- ACORN International’s global response to the COVID-19 Pandemic – Mumbai to British Columbia
At the outset of the now-ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, over a dozen chapters, branches, and affiliate organizations of ACORN International issued a global call for the social protection of low-income families and individuals.
- New Report – The Voter Purge Project Looks at Trends in Battleground States ahead of November General Election
The Voter Purge Project Identifies Major Issues, Key Trends in Battleground States
- New Documentary on the work of ACORN in India
Produced by ACORN Foundation India September 2022 Hanumanti Ramchandra Chalwadi has worked in the waste recycling sector in Dharavi, Mumbai, for over 40 years. She started out as a waste collector and separated recyclables from the city’s garbage. Later, she set up and ran her own waste sorting business for many years, which has a […]
- ACORN and Alliance Citoyenne Win the Debate
Grenoble approves wearing the burkini in public swimming pools
- Reforestation in Choloma, Honduras
En la zona de los Laures Choloma Cortes Las imagenes se refieren a la zona de los Laureles en Choloma.. donde Ellos tienen una salida de agua natural que consumen para todo uso…Que deberia estar protegida con arboles para conservarla se esta haciendo estudios de poblacion para poder extender y llevar tuberias hasta sus casas […]
- ACORN Leeds updates
In Leeds, ACORN welcomed the newest local group, with the launch of ACORN Armley local group. Also in Leeds, there were many trainings, stalls, and door knocking sessions through April 2022. Additionally, members spoke at a Social Housing Action Campaign rally, Communication Workers Union conference, and National Education Union conference.
- Victorious Mobilization of Souscam Seasonal Workers
Faced with the lack of protective equipment, agricultural workers go on strike again On April 8, 2022, 300 SOSUCAM planters dropped their tools and stopped work at the Mbandjock plantation to claim PPE. Two days later, 700 workers from the Nkoteng plantation went on strike. Management immediately gives in to their demands under pressure. In […]
- IN THE NEWS: Victory of the Hijabeuses
The New York Times April 18, 2022 The Female Soccer Players Challenging France’s Hijab Ban By Constant Méheut Photographs by Monique Jaques
- ACORN New Brunswick wins Rent Cap, Eviction Protections
NB Tenants win year-long rent cap and eviction protection The announcement of temporary 3.8% rent cap and eviction protections for New Brunswick tenants is a result of relentless campaigning by NB ACORN and our allies to end the NB Housing Crisis. Through organizing tenant power and taking action, NB ACORN has succeeded in forcing the Conservative […]