Urgent Appeal for Support and Solidarity – DEMOCRATIC LEFT FRONT (DLF)

Comrades, its once again the time to dig deep. Things are beginning to change. The ANC’s hegemony is eroding. Corruption, cronyism, the Marikana massacre and an upturn in working class struggle is rapidly changing the situation. We are entering a new period where great opportunities exist for the recomposition of the labour movement, for uniting workplace and community struggles... Read More

International Appeal for Financial Support Against the Prosecution of Workers Solidarity by neo-Nazi Golden Dawn lawyer in Greece

Dear comrades, As you know, three members of the Greek Socialist Workers Party (SEK) are to appear in court on December 12th, 2013 accused of “defamation” by a lawyer who is in the payroll of a nazi Golden Dawn MP. Katerina Thoidou, journalist, Tasos Anastasiades, publisher and Panos Garganas, editor of Ergatiki Allileghii (Workers Solidarity, weekly paper of SEK) are to stand... Read More

Solidarity with Greek socialist newspaper prosecuted by adviser to Golden Dawn MP

The weekly paper Workers’ Solidarity faces prosecution in court on 12 December as a result of its antiracist and antifascist stand. Katerina Thoidou, journalist, Tasos Anastasiades, publisher, and Panos Garganas, editor, are to stand trial accused of “defamation” by a lawyer, Ioannis Andriopoulos who is a salaried assistant to a Golden Dawn member of parliament. At a time... Read More

SUPPORT “WORKERS SOLIDARITY” AGAINST A NEONAZI INSPIRED COURT CASE

Three members of the greek Socialist Workers Party (SEK) are to appear in court on 12 December 2013 accused of “defamation” by a lawyer who is in the payroll of a Golden Dawn MP. Katerina Thoidou, journalist, Tasos Anastasiades, publisher and Panos Garganas, editor of Ergatiki Allylenghyi (Workers Solidarity, weekly paper of SEK) are to stand trial because articles in the paper... Read More

Condemnation of continued attacks against comrade Femi Aborisade (Nigeria)

Condemnation of continued attacks against comrade Femi Aborisade and demand for action Socialist Workers League (SWL, Nigeria) is bothered by the continued attacks against Comrade Femi Aborisade, a leading member of the SWL and the Editor of Socialist Worker, the League’s newspaper, who is a Senior Principal Lecturer at The Polytechnic Ibadan. Eight armed men stormed his house... Read More

Zimbabwe socialists convicted for watching a video of Arab Spring

From Socialist Worker http://socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=27927 The conviction of six socialists in Zimbabwe on trumped-up charges highlights the brutality of Robert Mugabe’s regime, writes Ken Olende A magistrate in Zimbabwe convicted six socialists of “inciting public violence” on Monday. The six had watched a video of news footage from the uprisings in Egypt and Tunisia. Some... Read More

Greek Solidarity Statement in Danish

Erklæring om solidaritet med grækerne IS-tendensen Følgende erklæring om solidaritet med almindelige mennesker i Grækenland blev udsendt den 29. februar 2012. 1. Nedskæringer dominerer nu de økonomiske politikker i den udviklede kapitalistiske verden. Som svar på en global krise, der blev fremskyndet af de store bankers spekulation, har de vestlige herskende klasser valgt... Read More

Egypt: Appeal for International Solidarity Mobilisation

A call for international solidarity with protests in Egypt Read More  Read More

Zimbabwe treason trialists released on bail

From Socialist Worker A Zimbabwean judge yesterday released on bail the six socialists facing the death penalty for watching a video on the Middle East uprisings. The judge said that the state’s case might collapse as it was “not a strong one”. The release is a major step forward—since their arrest the six have been tortured, denied medical care, held in solitary... Read More

Zimbabweans face possible death sentence for discussing Egyptian Revolution – English and French

From Socialist Worker by Yuri Prasad A group of socialists in Zimbabwe face a possible death sentence for watching a video about the Egyptian Revolution. Some 52 activists were charged with treason and “subverting a constitutionally elected government” in a Harare court yesterday (Wednesday). Read More  Read More