Friday 9 December. A gathering to hear from participants at the heart of the historic trial of the Mangrove 9, which was a landmark in the anti-racist movement in Britain. Althea Jones Lecointe, Ian Macdonald QC & Linton Kwesi Johnson, plus drummers The Burru Players. In August 1970, over […]
For the second year running, in circumstances noted for the trillions of dollars wasted on things such as military expenditure, less than 50% of the funds requested for humanitarian aid for the millions of people devastated by wars and natural disasters was forthcoming. Waldo Mendiluza For 2016, the […]
Insecurity has increased since the signing of the peace accords between the FARC guerillas and the government. The threats are ending the lives of those who ‘think differently’ in a country polarized by the constant lies and never-ending messages of hate coming from the extreme right. Concerning this, the […]
Born in Brazil and having grown up in Europe with abundant experience of travelling abroad, he is able to speak 7 languages and understands the importance of appreciating different cultures. This time, he is sharing his unique perspective on Brexit and his cultural interaction. Yi ZOU Having […]
It is practically impossible to understand the Cuban revolutionary process without the figure of Fidel. His passing has therefore renewed the debate on the relevance and future of socialism in Cuba, beyond simply acknowledging his importance as the continent’s greatest personality of the 20th century.