PRESS RELEASE: Myanmar Military: Never in Fashion

PRESS RELEASE Guess, H&M, Next, Primark, Zara – no business as usual in Myanmar.   On Saturday 11 June 2-3pm the campaign Myanmar Military: Never in Fashion will protest outside H&M, Zara and Primark on Oxford street to inform the public and urge the brands to cease all production in Myanmar to weaken the military…

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Myanmar Military: Never in Fashion – Protest outside H&M, Zara and Primark

  Stop doing business with murderous dictators!  Protest outside H&M, Zara and Primark  Saturday 11 June 2-3pm Oxford Street London Start at H&M, 250 Oxford St, London W1B 2ES, we will march to ZARA,215-219, Oxford St, London W1D 2LG and then Primark, 14-28 Oxford St, London W1D 1AU for a speak-out outside each shop. H&M,…

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Thailand: People’s Movement versus laws which undermine freedom of association.

An open letter to The Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) Cc Gita Sabharwal, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Thailand Dear Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana, Executive Secretary of UNESCAP, We, the People’s Movement Against the Draft Laws that Undermine Freedom of Association, are writing to express our serious concerns regarding Thailand’s Draft Act on the Operations…

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Wages for Housework: 50 years of campaigning – The Global Women’s Strike experience event

The Global Women’s Strike Experience—Part 1 When: Saturday 28 May, 2-4pm, in person Where: Bishopsgate Institute, London EC2M 4QH Speakers: CRISSIE AMISS, UK: Global Women Against Deportation (GWAD), Women Against Rape, Women of Colour Global Women’s Strike (GWS) CHARLOTTE LEE, Singapore/UK: International Prostitutes Collective, GWS LIZ HILTON, Australia/Thailand: Empower, Community Women Human Rights Defenders Collective,…

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Selma James attends disability demo – and is quoted in Disability News Service.

Among the allies who attended the action was 91-year-old writer, feminist and social activist Selma James, co-founder of the International Wages for Housework Campaign, which this year is celebrating its 50th anniversary. She told DNS that “remembrance” was “an important part of our movement” and that “winning is power”, and “not only what you win then but…

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