The latest episode of The Solidarity Center Podcast looks at how workers in Colombia and Nigeria who have been targeted by police brutality as they wage peaceful protests to address inequality are joining—and leading—large movements to demand new levels of accountability and reform for the agencies charged with protecting and serving their communities.
Find Out More
- Solidarity Center Podcast: Colombia Workers Risk Lives for Better Future
- CUT: Colombia: Truth, justice, reparation and non-repetition
- Confrontation in Colombia: Protesters have demanded not just the rejection of a tax bill but a whole new society
- Human Rights Watch Report: Colombia: Egregious Police Abuses Against Protesters
- Colombians have thronged to anti-government protests. Hundreds have gone missing.
- Colombian police accused of killing, sexually abusing, beating protesters
- Solidarity Center Podcast: Nigerian Informal Workers Demand Decent Work!
- Human Rights Watch Report: Nigeria: A Year On, No Justice for #EndSARS Crackdown
- Nigerian Police Fire Tear Gas at Anniversary of Protest
- A Year On, Women Still Picking up Pieces from #EndSARS Protests
- Nigeria’s Police: Few Promises of Reform Have Been Kept a Year After #EndSARS Protests