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Comment | Nakba Day: Marking 70 Years of Palestinian dispossession, and resistance

On Tuesday 15th May, Palestinians and solidarity activists around the world will mark Nakba Day, From the Balfour centenary to Israeli's violent repression of...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | Marching with pride in Turkey, despite the crackdown

Extraordinary measures are becoming increasingly normalized in Turkey – with human rights activists often the target, writes Milena Buyum ahead of tomorro...   [ continue reading...]

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Photo Essay | Tindouf: A bright spark in Saharawi-Algerian solidarity

Visiting the city of Tindouf and nearby refugee camps in south-west Algeria, Saharawi writer Agaila Abba reflects on the remarkable social and economic transfor...   [ continue reading...]

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Media | Tom Mills: “There is no doubt the BBC has been biased towards Corbyn”

Tom Mills, lecturer in Sociology and Policy at Aston University and author of 'The BBC: Myth of a Public Service', on the BBC's impartiality in its coverage of...   [ continue reading...]

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Interview | “When governments criminalise journalism, we need to push back”: Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy and Sue Turton

To mark World Press Freedom Day, Amnesty International's Stefan Simanowitz spoke to Peter Greste and Mohamed Fahmy, detained for 400 days in Egypt fo...   [ continue reading...]

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Analysis | “How could they all be so wrong?”: Reflections on the 2017 General Election

Although Labour did not win the June 2017 general election, its result was astonishing. How and why did this happen? Alex Nunns, author of "The Candidate: Jerem...   [ continue reading...]

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Analysis | Gaza’s wake-up, unifying call: Reflections on The Great Return March

Despite Israel's systemic, brutal attempts to repress it, the Great March of Return in Gaza, entering its fourth week today, marks a significant moment in the h...   [ continue reading...]

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Special Report | Against Israel’s brutality, Palestinians remain undeterred

Today marks the third-week anniversary of the Great Return March in Gaza. Yousef Alhelou reports on the developments so far.   [ continue reading...]

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An A to Z of Theory | Hakim Bey: Capitalism, the State, and the Spectacle

In the latest essay of his series on Hakim Bey, Andrew Robinson examines Bey's theory of capitalism, his critique of 'cop culture' and his comments on American...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | Comment | Fighting Antisemitism: We cannot cherry-pick which racism to fight

As someone who has spent his working life fighting for Palestinian rights, the current crisis over antisemitism fills me with both anger and sadness, writes Chr...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | The Land Day Massacre: The cost of our continued inaction is paid for with Palestinian lives

The only thing that might prevent more Palestinians being gunned down in the coming weeks is the force of international public opinion, argues PSC's Ben Jamal a...   [ continue reading...]

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Weaponizing the Benign | How Israel weaponised tourism to strengthen its Occupation

For years now, Israel has been deploying a disturbing form of war tourism as a weapon to enforce and consolidate its occupation of the Palestinian people. In hi...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | Israel’s bullets, and the world’s indifference, won’t stop our Great Palestinian March to freedom

Not content with killing and maiming defenceless Palestinians in broad daylight, Israel is slandering us as barbarians and dupes. This won't stop our decades-lo...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | The Sudanese government has kidnapped my father, he must be released now

In January, Dr Sidqi Kaballo, an academic and opposition figure, was arrested in Khartoum ahead of a protest against the Sudanese Government's disastrous econom...   [ continue reading...]

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Film & TV | Untapped Power: On the politics of Black Panther

Since its release last month Marvel's Black Panther has been an enormous critical and commercial success. But while the film is replete with powerful African sy...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | What UK politicians can, and must, do about the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal

The ongoing Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal is a wake-up call for the UK public and policy-makers. Privacy International offer seven simple actions UK...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | ‘We are not animals. We are human beings’: Why we went on hunger strike at Yarl’s Wood and why our struggle continues

Today, detainees at the Yarl's Wood immigration detention centre ended their month-long hunger strike. In a powerful essay, one of the detainees explains why th...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | ‘We’re drawing the line’: Our fight against university marketization is about more than pensions

The ongoing dispute over university pensions has seen a remarkable show of defiance and solidarity across the sector, but this is about far more than pensions.T...   [ continue reading...]

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Analysis | ‘Their Jobs, Our Education’: How the USS strike took university managers by surprise

The outpouring of support and solidarity greeting the current wave of UCU USS strikes has taken University managers across the UK by surprise. Times are changin...   [ continue reading...]

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Comment | Why we challenged fascists on our campus, and why we’ll do it again

Earlier this week, a talk by alt-right figurehead Carl Benjamin was shut down at King’s College London by anti-racist campaigners. As the University prepa...   [ continue reading...]

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