Category Archives: international

Stop Trump: defend women’s and trans people’s rights!

By Vicki Morris Donald Trump’s election as US President sounds the alarm for women’s and trans people’s rights in the US and around the world. In his first few weeks in office, already Trump has: • Blocked aid to projects

Stop Trump: defend women’s and trans people’s rights!

By Vicki Morris Donald Trump’s election as US President sounds the alarm for women’s and trans people’s rights in the US and around the world. In his first few weeks in office, already Trump has: • Blocked aid to projects

All the Rage: a celebration of women in class struggle

A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty – everyone welcome @ University College London, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT (the red building opposite the main quad)

All the Rage: a celebration of women in class struggle

A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty A socialist feminist conference hosted by women in Workers’ Liberty – everyone welcome @ University College London, Cruciform Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT (the red building opposite the main quad)

Yes means yes

By Charlotte Zalens California has become the first state in the US to have “yes means yes” consent legislation. The legislation, which was passed at the end of September, applies to all post-secondary schools and is a result of a

Yes means yes

By Charlotte Zalens California has become the first state in the US to have “yes means yes” consent legislation. The legislation, which was passed at the end of September, applies to all post-secondary schools and is a result of a

“It is the Kurdish people fighting, but this is a much bigger issue”: interview with Roza Salih

Roza Salih, who is Vice President Diversity & Advocacy at University of Strathclyde Students’ Association in Glasgow and NUS Scotland’s International Students’ Officer, has been organising protests in solidarity with the Kurdish struggle. She spoke to Solidarity. This battle is

“It is the Kurdish people fighting, but this is a much bigger issue”: interview with Roza Salih

Roza Salih, who is Vice President Diversity & Advocacy at University of Strathclyde Students’ Association in Glasgow and NUS Scotland’s International Students’ Officer, has been organising protests in solidarity with the Kurdish struggle. She spoke to Solidarity. This battle is