|01 May 2012||International Workers Day and the Plight of Informal Workers|
|30 April 2012||"Protest to be held as Informal traders are forced to contribute a higher percentage of their earnings than formal workers, who earn more" – FUTRAND|
|30 April 2012||"Care about the poor not just the profits" - Informal traders from Brazil urge FIFA|
|26 April 2012||Honduras to celebrate International Labour Day|
|23 April 2012||World Class Cities for All Campaign Research Report in Brazil|
|02 April 2012||Street vendors and informal traders on the move|
|07 October 2011||Decent Work in the Informal Economy - the Long Road ahead!|
|04 October 2011||StreetNet International commissions action research on street vendors in the World Cup host cities|
|22 September 2011||Blantyre flea market was burned and the cause of the fire is not yet known.|
|22 September 2011||KENASVIT MSE Bill Campaign - Nakuru Street Traders And Hawkers Association (NASTHA)|
|09 September 2011||NASVI India street vendors hurt in Delhi HIgh Court blast|
|03 October 2010||Too busy clearing the streets of vendors to finalise the Commonwealth Games infrastructure|
|21 July 2010||World Class Cities for All Campaign moves to Brazil for the World Cup 2014|
|25 June 2010||India: WCCA Campaign appeal to Commonwealth to review policies towards urban vendors during the Commonwealth Games to halt further evictions|
|25 June 2010||0.7% of the profits for urban development - a new goal for FIFA?|
|11 June 2010||The Elders call for fair play for street vendors|
|04 June 2010||Rustenburg informal traders defend their right to trade during FIFA World Cup in second round of battle with Municipality|
|03 June 2010||Informal Trading march to protest the policies of the City of Cape Town on Thursday 3 June 2010 beginning at 10h00 from Kaizergracht and marching to the city offices.|
|31 May 2010||Rustenburg municipality fails in bid to remove the informal traders in Rustenburg from the streets|
|27 May 2010||Renowned world leaders Mary Robinson and Ela Bhat call on FIFA President to support StreetNet demands|
|26 May 2010||Women street traders talk about the FIFA World Cup|
|17 May 2010||"Who`s Feeling It? : Informal traders and the World Cup", by Jennifer Elle Lewis, Gender Links|
|07 May 2010||Nothing for us without us! Maputo|
|07 May 2010||Maputo: WCCA Campaign Workshop Declaration|
|07 May 2010||Durban: "Questions over cops seizing traders` goods", The Mercury, Kamini Padayachee|
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/
INDIA. DP is irreparable, scrap it, say activists. Times of India (10 April 2015).
TANZANIA. College plans to identify trade opportunities for hawkers. Daily News (10 April 2015) by Ludovick Kazoka.
INDIA. No street vendors, cycle rickshaws in Lajpat Nagar market: NGT. Zee News (8 April 2015) by PTI. New Delhi:
BOTSWANA. EDD is the way to go. Mmegi Online (8 April 2015).
USA. Five Courses: Hawkers' street food flair & more. Creative Loafing Tampa Bay (8 April 2015) by Meaghan Habuda.
INDIA. Hawkers may be allowed near Rishi Kapoor, Anil Ambani's Pali Hill residences. DNA India (8 April 2015) by Amrita Nayak Dutta.
ABU-DHABI. Abu Dhabi Municipality raid scares away street hawkers. Gulf News (7 April 2015).
SINGAPORE. Hawker centres to be spruced up with murals and art installations. Channel News Asia (5 April 2015) by Vimita Mohandas.
MALAYSIA. 'Development will be inclusive'. The Star Online (3 April 2015).
INDIA. 'Street vendors denied right to livelihood'. The Hindu (1 April 2015) by K.N. Umesh.
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