There are few people alive who have spent a lifetime as politically involved as she has. She is 91 years old, the founder of Wages for Housework Campaign, and has fought to end institutional racism and gender inequality. Her life is the epitome of a constant struggle for a new world based on international solidarity.
The rape and forced pregnancy of an eight-year-old girl joins the thousands of cases of abused children ignored by the state, which has primary responsibility for ensuring the fundamental rights of children. Mario Hubert Garrido In statements to La Estrella de Panama daily newspaper, the director of the […]
A two hour event at SOAS University campus will take place on 11 March, which will be led, organised and coordinated by young people from the diaspora of the Global South. It will debate the role of youth in changing the paradigm of power at the community, regional, national and […]
This Thursday the 25th, the UK Courts will be ruling on whether the rights of its citizens, including all of us whose family life is tied to the Global South, are “arguable” in UK court.
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.