By Cel / @Kosmogrrrl
â€œArriving in Keflavik is like landing on Mars.â€ I hadnâ€™t thought that it would rain this much on Mars.
At first, the transition away from Britishness was gradual: depart through a terminal gate emblazoned with â€œBarclaysâ€, arrive through one logoed â€œLandsbankiâ€. Airports exist to facilitate the free movement of capital, not of people, […]
In Britain, there aren’t many reasons to feel cheerful at the moment. According to economists, a double dip recession and therefore higher unemployment is to be expected. Communities across the UK are to look forward to with more budget cuts to bite coupled with the full force of the Localism and Welfare Reform Acts to […]Read more →
From London Antifascists
This Saturday 25th February, we will be laying a wreath at theÂ International Brigades Memorial, Jubilee Gardens SE1 at 1pm to commemorate
our fallen comrade. We encourage all antifascists and radicals to join us.
By Koos CouvÃ©e
In the autumn of last year I sat in a jam-packed room at the independent Bookmarks bookshop in Holborn, where Alana Lentin and Gavan Titley launched their new book, titled The Crises of Multiculturalism: Racism in a Neoliberal Age.
PUBLIC MEETING STOP DEPORTATIONS!
To Nigeria, Jamaica, Ghana, Afghanistan, DR Congo, Sri Lanka…
Saturday 25th February 3-5pm
Peckham Library, 2nd Floor
Health workers in Kilkis, Greece, have occupied their local hospital and have issued a statement saying it is now fully under workers control.Read more →
By Robert Kazandjian / @RKazandjian
It is a sad fact that the Armenian Genocide and the ongoing fight for genocide recognition is a crucial part of modern Armenian identity. For nearly a century, successive Turkish governments have followed a policy of fierce denial; the genocide never happened. Mindful of their important strategic relationship with Turkey, Israel, […]
Today activists held a funeral outside high end fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana’s Old Bond Street store to send a message to brand owners that killing workers for fashion is unacceptable.
Protesters, headed up by workers’ rights group Labour Behind the Label, were calling on the brand to ban ‘sandblasting’ in its supply chain â€“ a […]Read more →
At The Multicultural Politic, we support campaigns against discrimination everywhere and anywhere in the world. Across Europe and especially in Hungary and Slovakia, the global recession has strengthened far-right parties and fascist groups. The Gypsy and Roma people have been at the front line of persecution and discrimination especially by these groups in Eastern Europe. […]Read more →
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