Fire outbreak in waste picker homes in Ghana
YoSoyLiliana: Condemnation of violence against a waste picker in Colombia
Waste pickers from São Caetano do Sul abandoned amid the crisis
Let waste pickers work in Porto Alegre
We repudiate the abuse of Lebanon’s waste pickers!
RECYCLERS IN LEBANON ARE NOT DISPOSABLE!
The Global Alliance of Waste Pickers stands in solidarity with fellow recyclers in Lebanon in these difficult times.
The explosion in Beirut exposed them to worse conditions of vulnerability, abandonment and more abuse than they had been suffering since the beginning of the pandemic. Especially to migrant workers.
We denounce the failure of the multinational company RAMCO to pay the nearly 200 recyclers, we call for their prompt repatriation for the ones who wish to be repatriated to the embassies of Bangladesh, Indonesia and Egypt, and advocate for a better recovery of recyclers infected with COVID 19.
Two waste pickers imprisoned and denied access to medicines and food in South Africa
Another brutal killing of a waste picker in Kenya
Waste Pickers under Attack in Downtown Buenos Aires
India’s cleanest city Indore evicting waste-pickers from work
Indore’s Wastepicker in Buenos Aires
Call from RENAREC to stop the removal of the redeemable tax on plastic bottles (IRBP)
Report of persecution and harassment of leader waste pickers in Colombia
Violent Assault of Waste Pickers Near Genesis Landfill, Johannesburg
Bengaluru’s Dry Waste Collection Centres Are Not Being Paid for Their Work
Condemnation of the brutal killing of a waste picker in Rajkot (India), demand for immediate action
The criminalization of street waste pickers in Brazil: a human rights crisis
Brazilian waste pickers say there is a scarcity of recyclable material
Brazilian waste pickers denounce misogynist violence
The Federation of Waste Pickers of Argentina mobilizes to defend inclusive recycling
On August 27, the waste pickers marched to the Ministry of the Environment and Public Space, protesting the city’s failure to implement the recycling service agreement. We are profoundly worried that if this continues, the Ministry of the Environment and Public Space will put at risk the health of the city, will increase the waste being buried at landfills…