Support Indian Farmers/Farm labourers’Bharat Bandh (Shutdown) across All India27 September 2021 Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM) coalition of farmers unions has called for a complete shutdown across India (except emergency services) on 27 September against Modi’s three farm laws which will open the floodgates to corporations undermining food security and livelihoods of millions of people, and…

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Protests against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill • WOMEN from Camden joined in a lively protest against the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill as it was debated in the Lords last week, spotlighting women’s case against this repressive legislation. Despite bucketing rain, a diverse crowd spoke about how the bill would impact…

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As the House of Lords debates the Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill Tues 14 Sept, 1pm Women protest vs the Police Bill Old Palace Yard SW1P 3JY (opp House of Lords) ● All welcome Protect women, protect the planet. Tell the Lords to #Kill the Bill  Called by Women of Colour Global Women’s Strike…

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At 91, Selma James has been an activist for longer than I’ve been alive, times three. A Jewish woman born in New York, in 1952 she published her first book, A Woman’s Place, aged just 22 – a radical piece of work underlining the frustrations of women’s lives in the home and the significance of their unwaged labour…

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Dear friends,  Haiti urgently needs our practical solidarity following another devastating earthquake – so far the death toll is over 1,300 people.  Donations are crucial to support and save lives after the earthquake and in the face of imminent storm Grace. Please see the appeal below from Haiti Emergency Relief Fund haitiemergencyrelief.org with whom we…

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