By discriminating against its own vulnerable staff, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is not even able to implement its own advocated policy… Two strikes have happened in one month and no agreement has yet been reached. Yi ZOU “Black, disabled and older people in society can […]
In the run up to the 23rd June 2016 when the United Kingdom would decide in a referendum whether or not to leave the European Union, politicians, business owners, analysts and the international community were hoping that the UK would remain in Europe. Even the former British Prime Minister David Cameron campaigned for a ‘remain’ vote.
A political demonstration has been organised for July 16th in central London, to resist a recent surge in attacks suffered by immigrants and refugees in Great Britain. Juanjo Andres Cuervo Since Britain voted in favour of Brexit, there has been a sharp rise in xenophobic outbursts and discrimination […]
On Friday 1 July in the city of Cartagena (Colombia), a hitman attempted to murder a leading member of Sinaltrainal (Sindicato Nacional del Sistema Agroalimentario, National Union of Food Industry Workers), who is also a member of the PST (Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores, Workers’ Socialist Party). The union […]
This is the protest created by the Justice for Cleaners campaign, which aims to stop SOAS, University of London, from signing a contract to continue outsourcing cleaners. The event will take place on 18th April in London. Juanjo Andrés Cuervo Since the birth of Justice for Cleaners in […]