Minorities in the South bear the brunt of the current development model. One movement determined to stop the hecatomb is Extinction Rebellion, and youth leadership is crucial. A movement that celebrates diversity and amplifies the voices of Black, Latin American, South Asian and Coloured communities living in London.
Selma James, who launched the International Wages for Housework Campaign (WFH) in 1972, will be 91 this August. She was recently honoured with the Sheila McKechnie Long-term Achievement Award. WFH will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in March 2022. Global Women’s Strike For over sixty years, Selma James […]
The lockdown propelled many people into becoming deeply immersed in news from all over the world, but it did not stop them from watching the government and the copious amounts of institutional racism, exploitation and austerity. In response, a national movement protests on Saturday 26th June. Elle McHale […]
A journey through left-wing populism across grassroots, national and European levels. A reflection and analysis on how each party operates, the roots of each movement’s base, the forms of party organisation, and the particular national context. This will take place on Wednesday 2 June in a Housmans virtual event. […]
Marxist, trade union activist and revolutionary, he was one of the main organisers of the Vietnam Solidarity Campaign and a founding member of the International Marxist Group in Britain. It is time to pay tribute to his memory and his work. Elle McHale The passing of Ernie Tate, […]