Noam Gur is 19 years old. In 2012 she was jailed by the Israeli Defence Force for publicly refusing to enlist in protest against Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
The French philosopher Michel Foucault once said that the way those with most power talk about those with least power always shines new light on the nature of power. We have learned a lot about power in the last week.
The so-called review of industrial relations announced by the Tories on 17 November is a build-up for new attacks on the right of trade unions to take effective action to defend their members.
Kshama Sawant, a revolutionary socialist, has been elected to the city council of Seattle, United States.
We continue our discussion of the lessons of the Grangemouth defeat.
Outsourced cleaning, catering, and security workers at the University of London will strike on 27 and 28 November.
A workplace bulletin by Lewisham Hospital workers, for Lewisham Hospital workers.
The big powers are pleased because on Monday 11 September the exile Syrian National Coalition said it would participate in the planned second Geneva peace conference for Syria.
Victimised Australian trade unionist Bob Carnegie returns to court on 4 February 2014, as Abigroup bring a civil case against him and two unions (the CFMEU and ETU).
The case of a young girl named Maria living in a Roma community in Greece has caused a disturbing outcry.
Instead of contributing to discussion and explaining his differences with the majority of the AWL on questions of Islamism, the definition of Islamophobia, and imperialism, Patrick Smith has decided t
The recent debacle surrounding the dispute at the Ineos petrochemicals plant at Grangemouth in Scotland could represent a significant defeat for the trade union movement.
Jeremy Hunt's submission to the NHS Pay Review Body (PRB) has called on them to defer the promised 1% pay rise pending discussions on the pay structure.
Over the coming days we will be publishing responses to the Grangemouth defeat as part of a discussion on what socialists can learn from it.
Brand’s outspokenness is to be admired.
Unison United Left, a left-wing grouping in the public sector union Unison, has recently split, with some of its leading figures planning to form a new organisation.
A workplace bulletin for Lewisham Hospital workers, by Lewisham Hospital workers.
A workplace bulletin for University of London workers, by University of London workers.
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