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 […]
Not long ago, the 200 largest global transnational companies accounted for 29% of world economic activity. Africa and Latin America are not on that list and Asian tigers account for less than 1%. Roberto F. Campos We now accept the very well-known saying, “the rich are increasingly rich?” […]
With a suitcase full of belongings and dreams, they have travelled to escape a discouraging future. Now their baggage has been loaded with discrimination, badly paid work, and precarious situations in London. But who are the OLAs?