|24 February 2014||The path full of struggles for the Trade Union of Self-Employed Workers in Georgia|
|21 February 2014||Indian parliament passes Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Bill|
|18 February 2014||South African Business licensing bill Progress Update|
|14 February 2014||Ukrainian trade union leader, Valentyna Korobka assaulted|
|07 February 2014||Overview of SEWA in Madhya Pradesh and their activities|
|07 February 2014||Trade Union Supports the Workers Dismissed from "Embawood"|
|29 January 2014||StreetNet International and its Mission with South Korean Affiliate - KOSC (Korean Street Vendors Confederation)|
|10 January 2014||Police crack down on street vendors in DR Congo|
|20 December 2013||StreetNet International delegation’s mission to Southeast Asia|
|10 December 2013||The Social Security tool in Brazil (MEI) and its relation with street vendors|
|05 December 2013||Traders Win!! - Evicted Johannesburg traders can return to inner city, court rules|
|05 December 2013||Johannesburg informal traders await Constitutional Court ruling|
|27 November 2013||The articulation process of the street vendors of Brazil|
|18 November 2013||Market vendors unite to protect their rights to work|
|18 November 2013||Moldova-Business-Sind conducts “Together we promote gender equality in the world of work” workshop|
|13 November 2013||International Street Vendors Day - 14<sup>th</sup> November 2013|
|12 November 2013||StreetNet International participating in the International Conference “The New Trade Unions and the democratic left: Historical roots and ideological landmarks”|
|08 November 2013||The Municipality evicts street vendors from several avenues|
|08 November 2013||L.A. council members push to end street-vending ban|
|25 October 2013||Sustaining food security from the streets|
|18 October 2013||NSSF invites informal sector workers to participate in the National Security Fund in Tanzania|
|11 October 2013||International Day For Decent Work|
|08 October 2013||7th October - Day of action|
|04 October 2013||World Day for Decent Work - 7 October|
|04 October 2013||FUTRAND rises as a phoenix|
There is also a portuguese version of the Blog where one can access personal updates on news and events. It can be found on this link: http://streetnetbrasil.wordpress.com/
Madrid - Trade European Network Conference for the Support of Self-employment and Economically Dependant Work
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INDIA. Street vendors on indefinite strike. TNN (16 February 2014).
INDIA. Woman vendors to press for passage of Street Vendors Bill. Zee News (16 February 2014).
INDIA. Congress workers detained for protests. TNN (15 February 2014).
CAMBODIA. The wisdom of street vendors. The Advisor Cambodia (14 February 2014).
MALAWI. Malawi: BCC Plans to Summon Asian Business Community Over Street Vending. All Africa (14 February 2014) by Tikondane Vega via Malawi News Agency.
ZIMBABWE. Consider female vendor's plight. Manica Post (14 February 2014).
INDIA. Magsaysay awardee supports street vendors. TNN (14 February 2014).
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO. Food safety and 'street food'. News Day (13 February 2014).
INDONESIA. Street Vendors Back to Crowd Park of Jl, Ampera Raya. Berita Jakarta (13 February 2014).
USA. Street Vendors Push for New Law. ATVN (11 February 2014) by Alison Chang video by Kay Angrum.
INDIA. Now, you can eat street food in Delhi in these 8 'safe zones'! Daily Bhaskar (10 February 2014).
UK & GLOBAL. We're making an Issue out of street papers. Evining Times (4 February 2014) by Russell Leadbetter.
Currently under discussion by StreetNet affiliates
StreetNet International is an alliance of street vendors. It was launched in Durban, South Africa, in November 2002.
Membership-based organizations (unions, co-operatives or associations) directly organizing street vendors, market vendors and/or hawkers among their members, are entitled to affiliate to StreetNet International.
The aim of StreetNet is to promote the exchange of information and ideas on critical issues facing street vendors, market vendors and hawkers (i.e. mobile vendors) and on practical organizing and advocacy strategies