UK Social Struggles Newswire Archive
20-12-2005 11:57Zimbabwean still fighting for release from detention - A Zimbabwean lesbian protesting against her detention without trial in a Bedfordshire asylum centre has ended her 33-day hunger strike.
20-12-2005 11:15Hundreds of anti-WTO protesters are still detained in Hong Kong after December 17-18 protests. This is a call for action to write a letter demanding that the people be released.
20-12-2005 09:20Solidarity Cafe Night -Thursday 22 December
34 Broadway Market
20-12-2005 01:06USA is planning to test Dangerous Chemicals and Drugs on Orphans and innocent Children worldwide.
Stop the cruel Atrocities on Defenseless children.
Just say NO to the Bush Gestapo.
19-12-2005 10:22The brutality and inhuman treatment of the protestors against the
World Trade Organisation (WTO) by the Hong Kong police comes as a shock and must immediately be stopped.
19-12-2005 04:40Political and human rights in the UK were as much under state pressure on 19 December 1980 as they are today 19 December 2005.
25th anniversary of the founding of the Aadhikar in London, UK.
A Prominent member of right-wing group the British National Party has appeared before a Lincoln court charged with
multiple counts of arson and criminal damage.
18-12-2005 15:40Haiti's achievements under Aristide and Lavalas during their 10 years in office and conditions now after the U.S. led coup
18-12-2005 13:45WTO may be promoting global injustice and exacerbating poverty, but is there anything positive we can learn from it, particlarly if we are Simultaneous Policy (SP) Adopters?
We are part of a growing movement of people and grass roots organisations that are holding out the seeds of hope for a healthy future for us all. LAND ROOTS invites you to help plant these seeds
in the rich Earth, that is our home.
Sat Jan 21st,
Assemble 12 noon, Tothill St
(nr St James Park tube)
17-12-2005 16:38- SOUTH KOREAN FARMERS STAND TALL AND BREAK INTO CONVENTION CENTER WHERE THE WTO-TRADE-TALKS ARE HAPPENING -
17-12-2005 15:54The Palestinian youth will never give up the struggle!
16-12-2005 17:54"Apparently it will 'take too long', 'be too expensive' and 'only tell us things we already know.' We have spent a thousand days in Iraq and £3.1 billion. Is that too long? Is that too expensive? Is the link between Iraq and July 7th what we already know?" - Rachel, London Bombings survivor
16-12-2005 16:44The Education Not for Sale website has been overhauled and updated, and includes lots of new material for student campaign activists.