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8 October 2014
I was invited by students at the Jame'ah Girls Academy in Leicester to talk about disability rights and discrimination at an event called "Years of Struggle", writes Caroline Vincent, Leicester Socialist Party.
10 September 2014
Over 100 people from Tamil, Turkish and Kurdish communities, with other activists and trade unionists, celebrated Tamil Solidarity Day 2014
21 August 2014
Twenty five local supporters recently joined five campaign negotiators to protest outside Milford Haven library against the use of a high frequency 'mosquito' sound device
6 November 2013
An interview with John Pilger, who has recently completed a new film, Utopia, dealing with the subjugation of the Aboriginal First Australians.
24 April 2013
Hundreds protested outside parliament on 14 April to demand the outlawing of caste oppression in Britain, writes Senan, Tamil Solidarity international coordinator.
17 April 2013
STOP PRESS: widespread caste discrimination is ignored in the UK. Thousands of protesters from south Asian backgrounds raised their anger over this issue outside parliament on 16 April. Anger was directed...
20 February 2013
The first employment tribunal to deal with caste discrimination was dismissed recently after the judge 'recused' herself from the case, writes Senan, Tamil Solidarity.
17 October 2012
"By any means necessary" - Malcolm X's expression of militant civil rights - is known worldwide by young people fighting against racism, writes Hugo Pierre, Tower Hamlets Socialist Party.
9 May 2012
A second report into 150 GMB members' complaints of bullying and discrimination at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon was published last week
23 February 2012
This morning, staff at EHRC offices in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Cardiff and Glasgow mounted picket lines for a half-day strike against devastating cuts
23 November 2011
It doesn't have to be like this!: On 30 November millions of workers will participate in what is likely to be the biggest coordinated strike action since the 1926 general strike, writes Eleanor Donne, Socialist Women steering committee.
6 July 2011
No to cuts! No to discrimination!: Members of the Socialist Party's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) group and London party members took anti-cuts campaigning to Pride London on 2 July, writes Greg Randall, Socialist Party LGBT group.
15 June 2011
"Whatever we wear, wherever we go, yes means yes and no means no!" That was the call that rang out throughout London's 'Slutwalk' demonstration on 11 June, writes Claire Laker-Mansfield.
8 June 2011
"Yes means yes! No means no! Whatever we wear, wherever we go!" was the chant as women and men took to the streets of Newcastle on 4 June in a lively 'slutwalk' protest...
31 May 2011
The TUC disability conference was in a combative mood following the anti-cuts march of thousands of people with disabilities a week earlier
20 April 2011
On 15 April, the John Snow pub in London's Soho had angry protests outside its doors after two gay men, James Bull and Jonathan Williams, were ejected for kissing...
5 April 2011
'OUT, PROUD and militant' is the Socialist Party Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender (LGBT) Group message at this year's Pride, writes Manny Thain.
19 February 2011
The collapse of the women's movement dealt a blow to the idea of collective struggle against discrimination and oppression...
19 February 2011
It doesn't have to be like this
Women and the Struggle for Socialism, by Christine Thomas
It doesn't have to be like this - What consequences will the economic crisis and its aftermath have for women?
Socialist Party publication, August 2010, 90 pages
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