Migrants Multiculture Trade Unions Uncategorized Workers

Immigrants at sea (2): Developing internationalist trade unionism

It is about organising wherever there are migrant, precarious, low-paid or marginalised workers willing to unite. It is about fighting outsourcing and structural race discrimination, disregard for workers’ rights and mainstream media bias on anti-exploitation struggles. It is about inspiring young people and making trade union history part of British education.

Migrants Multiculture Uncategorized United Kingdom World

The world needs less white saviours and more justice

Interreligious dialogue and multiculturalism has failed in a number of countries around the world. So thinks Tasneem Chopra, a prominent curator, consultant, writer and activist whose passion n for addressing social justice issues has embraced many platforms.   Khayala Mammadova* Ulviyya Sanili Aydin*   An independent cross cultural consultant, she […]