A central aspect of this project is to provide spaces for dialogue and exchange between grassroots activists of the four social movements from Turkey, Colombia, South Africa and Nepal. Too often, international solidarity...Read More
Besides the brief experiences of the UCU strikes and the Decolonise movement last year, most people in Cambridge don’t see their academic lives as overlapping with activism or social movements. Those of us who do engage in them tend to do so outside of the university domain, given that overlapping factors such as grades, publications, or just general competitive environments prevent us from identifying academia as a space in which to act.Read More
Aziz Choudry, McGill University, Canada Perhaps Swedish-American labour organizer and singer Joe Hill’s century-old entreaty, as he faced a Utah firing squad: “Don’t waste any time in mourning. Organise!” – has taken on a...Read More
This article is based on a conversation between Tula Narayan Shah and Tejendra Pherali about the struggle of Nepal’s Madhesh movement to obtain political and social justice.Read More
“We came to realise that our difference and diversity was a positive thing, that we could learn from each other”
Ertuğrul Kürkçü, MP for the People’s Democratic Party (HDP) in Turkey talks to Birgül Kutan.Read More
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