by Pokpong Lawansiri
The recently concluded session of theÂ UN Human Rights Council, an intergovernmental organisation tasked to promote and protect human rights worldwide, ended with the election ofÂ Thailand as the new president to the 47-member council.Read more →
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 →
By Alex Hilton / @alexhilton
The thing is, theyâ€™re all Labour, so theyâ€™d all do OK. And with preference voting, I get to support all of them to different degrees so support for one candidate or another isnâ€™t necessarily a rejection of the others.
But none of them is an Obama waiting to bloom […]
From The Commune
With its first cuts plans the Conservative-LibDem coalition has declared war on the working class.
Day by day we hear fresh appeals to accept mass redundancies, tighten our belts and heap blame on the â€˜work-shyâ€™ who are somehow meant to find jobs.Read more →
Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the TV without seeing a Blairite taking control of some part of government policy… the Coalition Government once again disappoint.
Prime Minister David Cameron has recently been playing a steady public relations game of trying to appear tough and Thatcherite on the deficit but also as […]Read more →
A guest post by Kwaw Nelson
So at the eleventh hour, Diane Abbott MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington squeaked through the nominations process and made it on to the final short list of contenders for the leadership of the Labour Party. But did she do it on merit and she is capable of being […]Read more →
At The Multicultural Politic, we want to stimulate debate and give a voice to those who aren’t usually given time by the mainstream media. Though the editorial team disagrees with the idea of Academies, debates cannot be had if only one point of view is published. We have and will continue to publish anti-Academy articles […]Read more →
By Justin Baidoo
After 10 weeks of sustained protest, violence and flames on the streets of Bangkok, it appears that anti-government dissent was seen to be decisively crushed. On 19th May 2010, the Thai government had announced that law and order was finally being restored. The anti-government protesters had relented rationalising it by claiming to prevent […]
By Hanna Thomas
A few years ago I was at drama school, waiting to launch myself into the world of showbiz and being prepped for life out in the â€œindustryâ€. This consisted mainly of being told to lose half my body weight, wear chicken fillets and look either more or less asian (pretty hard for a […]
The Multicultural Politic is Stephen Fry proof thanks to caching by WP Super Cache