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Protestors march near the India Gate monument in New Delhi on May 23, demanding the resignation and arrest of the president of the wrestling federation for allegedly sexually harassing young athletes. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Far-right Hindu nationalists are using digital propaganda to delegitimize India’s wrestler protests

Digitally altered images and other online propaganda are being used to silence marginalized voices and stifle protest movements.
Trans rights are under attack in the U.S. Here, Jamiyah Morrison, 19, of Riverdale, Md., left, has rainbow makeup touched up by Niaomi Moshier, 21, while attending Transgender Day of Visibility rally in March in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Listen: Trans scholar and activist explains why trans rights are under attack

This year, there are more than 400 active anti-trans bills across the U.S. What do things look like in Canada? Are we a safe haven or are we following those same trends?
The Israeli flag has become a contested symbol recently as both anti-government and far-right demonstrators use it to bolster their message. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)

Anti-government protesters are reclaiming the Israeli flag from the far-right

The Israeli flag has long been associated with the country’s far-right, but anti-government protesters have recently begun using the flag to bolster and legitimize their movement.
A member of Israel’s military reserves takes part in a protest on March 16, 2023 in Bnei Brak, a city east of Tel Aviv. Photo by Eyal Warshavsky/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Israel’s military reservists are joining protests – potentially transforming a political crisis into a security crisis

Israel’s leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, has fired the country’s defense minister. That deepened the country’s crisis over proposed judicial reforms that even military reservists have protested.
Workers in Banten, Indonesia, staged a protest after the government announced the latest minimum wage stipulation in December 2022. ANTARA FOTO/Asep Fathulrahman/nym

Indonesia’s emergency labour regulation changes spark worker anger a year out from election, but Jokowi’s government is unwavering

Indonesian worker protests about a new emergency regulation – issued suddenly in late 2022 to replace a controversial job creation law – look likely to continue ahead of the February 2024 election.

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