According to James Macintyre of the New Statesman, Diane Abbott has made history as the first black woman to enter the Labour leadership.
If this proves to be confirmed to be true, The Multicultural Politic congratulates her on making this historic achievement and will watch the Leadership race and her performance with keen interest.
I am writing to let you know that I have withdrawn from the Labour Party leadership race this morning.
The UK section of the International Solidarity for Thailand Campaign is holding an open planning meeting onÂ Sunday 13th June 2010 from 1pm to 3pm.
Venue: Development House, 56-64 Leonard Street, London, EC2A 4LT
Somyot Pruksakasemsuk is someone who has been deeply engaged his life in social and political movements since he was a teenager, first as student activist in the troubled time of military rule of Thailand in the 1970s. After the crackdown of military coup on student in 1976, many of them fled to the jungle […]
The Multicultural Politic is very pleased to discover that on the evening of Monday 31 May, Dr. Suthachai Yimprasert, the assistant professor at Chulalongkorn University was released.
Dr. Suthachai YimprasertÂ was arbitrarily detained by the Center for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES)Â on Monday 24th May. His unfair detention sparked a strong response from the academic […]
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Itâ€™s interesting in the light of last nights events to watch the blogosphere and tweets that are going round to see how a persons pre-existing views on the Israeli Palestinian conflict affect their comments on the actions of Israel. Pro Israeli supporters have come out with the line that:
The Freedom Flotilla […]
An Open Letter received by The Multicultural Politic:
To whom it may concern (especially the human rights organizations),
This is urgent information regarding Dr. Suthachai Yimprasert, a historian who was arrested by the Thai authorities on May 24, 2010. Please help campaign for his release.
President Bingu of Malawi has pardoned the couple, Steven Monjeza and Tiwonge Chimbalanga, who were recently sentenced to 14 years hard labour on charges of homosexuality.
Ban Ki Moon had applauded the lifting of the sentence, which had been met with outrage by the United States, Europe and rights groups, and called on Malawi’s […]
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