Joomla! powered Site Joomla! site syndication 2012-02-24T06:11:04+01:00 FeedCreator 1.7.2 The Washington DC HOV Campaign and Venezuelan Embassy Commemorate the Events of April 2002 2009-04-29T18:00:37+01:00 2009-04-29T18:00:37+01:00 2009-04-29T18:00:37+01:00 On Thursday, April 16 at 6:30 pm, around 30 people filled the Andres Bello Hall of the Venezuelan Embassy in Washington, DC to view the Hands Off Venezuela documentary No Volverán. The crowd included members of the Farabuno Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) of El Salvador, people from Bolivia, Brazil and Venezuela, and many workers from the Venezuelan Embassy itself. New Film on Workers' Control in Venezuela! 2009-04-02T14:06:55+01:00 2009-04-02T14:06:55+01:00 2009-04-02T14:06:55+01:00 A new film on the Venezuelan Revolution. Produced by Vive TV in Venezuela, this new documentary on FRETECO explores the movement of occupied factories and workers' control in Venezuela. From the Mitsubishi auto plant to the Inveval valve plant; from the Gotcha T-Shirt factory to the INAF hardware factory, workers young and old, male and female, tell their stories and explain why they came to the realization that demanding nationalization under workers' control is the only way forward. 3 trade union leaders killed in Aragua - HOV statement 2008-12-02T12:00:29+01:00 2008-12-02T12:00:29+01:00 2008-12-02T12:00:29+01:00 The Hands off Venezuela campaign has learnt news of the killing of 3 leading trade unionists in Aragua, Venezuela, on November 27th. We would like to condemn this brutal killing in the strongest terms. U.S. Hands Off Venezuela 2006-02-03T06:52:41+01:00 2006-02-03T06:52:41+01:00 2006-02-03T06:52:41+01:00 The U.S. Hands Off Venezuela Campaign opposes all forms of intervention by the U.S. government and its agencies in Venezuela and works to: Educate and raise awareness about events in Venezuela in order to counter the bias of the mainstream media. Build solidarity between American and Venezuelan trade unionists and working people in general. For the latest HOV news and analysis, please visit ( Report: Jorge Martin in San Francisco 2008-05-26T08:45:45+01:00 2008-05-26T08:45:45+01:00 2008-05-26T08:45:45+01:00 On May 11th, 2008 the Workers International League (WIL) in cooperation with the US Hands Off Venezuela campaign, hosted Jorge Martin, international secretary of Hands Off Venezuela, in San Francisco as part of his ongoing North American tour. The topic of the meeting was about Latin America and the revolutionary struggle. Meeting was held in the Brava theater in the heart of the Mission district, an overwhelmingly Latino neighborhood.