A Webinar discussion on women’s rights to choose, following the recent ban on abortion introduced in Poland compared to the successful struggles of women in Ireland and Argentina.
On 25 January, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro published two tweets in a row thanking China, having previously taken a strongly anti-China stance. This dramatic shift in the tone of the President of Brazil has implications beyond Brazil itself and clearly shows us the trajectory of the impact of the US’s so-called “new Cold War” on China.
UN Anti-Racism Day 20 March
In Britain, Stand Up To Racism will be organising a range of events, including socially distanced protests where possible and an international online rally.
Vaccines are not a magic bullet – we still need a Zero Covid strategy
6.30pm Wednesday 17 February
Organised by the Zero Covid Alliance
The Saudi and UAE war in Yemen, supplied and supported by the US, British, Canadian and French governments, is going to be wound down. The Saudi-led coalition’s intervention has failed due to the resistance mounted that has been led from within Yemeni society. Despite the US government taking steps to end the war, the British Tory government remains determined to assist the war’s prosecution to the bitterest of ends.
The rise in unemployment, the attack on pay and conditions represent a qualitative sharpening of the ruling class offensive that began in the 1980s. The latest policies are not an aberration, mysteriously afflicting all the major capitalist powers simultaneously. They are a deepening of previous attacks.