From the texts I got last night, it appears a lot of my English friends are all Ghanaians now with the disgraceful crashing out of the Capello’s men. England is going home, unsurprising when England failed to beat Algeria, it was a harbinger of worse things to come. The millionaire footballers failed to deliver and […]Read more →
From 25 June: Justice for Our Communities
Torontoâ€™s Community Organizations invite you to fight back against theÂ fear mongering of Harperâ€™ billion dollar security fiasco and march inÂ a massive demonstration on June 25th. Harper and global financialÂ institutions are vulnerable to the power of communities rising up andÂ reclaiming space â€“ building the kind of worlds we wish to […]Read more →
As long as injustice continues and the Abhisit government continues to act with impunity we will campaign against them. It is laughable and a mockery for the UN to unanimously elect Thailandâ€™s ambassador in GenevaÂ to be head of the Human Rights CouncilÂ this week.
The UK section of the International Solidarity for Thailand Campaign is holding their […]
From War on Want:
Sweatshop conditions. 80-hour working weeks. 7p an hour wages. No trade union representation. We wouldn’t accept this situation in the UK, so why should they?
For years British supermarkets have used their buying power to squeeze suppliers and drive down pay and working conditions in factories abroad.
A 5 minute video of a “Liberate Tate” action which is part of an upcoming documentary:
Balloon Power from Sharon salazar on Vimeo.
For more info on this action, read Sunny Hundal’s post on Liberal Conspiracy
From Abahlali baseMjondolo – The South African Shackdwellers Movement based in Durban.
The truth remains. The truth frees. The truth cannot be hidden with lies forÂ ever.
For lies to continue to hide the truth they must be constantly sustained andÂ maintained. For truth to be able to emerge from under the lies we have toÂ constantly remember what has […]
From South Eastern Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA):
Thailand’s Cabinet approved on 15 June 2010 the creation of an online crime agency that will go after violators of the Kingdom’s lese majeste law, media reports said.
African migrants are today going to be left homeless after the French Police this morning evicted an abandoned warehouse in Calais that was home to around 80 African migrants from Sudan, Eritrea and Ethiopia.Read more →
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