“As the war in Ukraine grinds on, the risks of escalation increase” - Stop the War are holding a day of action in cities across the country on Saturday, June 25th.
Gustavo Petro is the new president of Colombia. The country’s new vice-president is Francia Márquez, the first African-Colombian woman to hold the role. They received strong backing from young people, women, ethnic minorities, trade unions and the pro-peace movement.
Colombians head to the polls this Sunday for a presidential election that will determine the country’s political trajectory for the next four years.
"Join Labour CND in expressing regret and sorrow at the news of the death of Bruce Kent... we recall and celebrate his contribution to the peace and anti-war movements."
The prospect of nuclear war is closer than it’s been for decades, Britain is on the front line. Say no to US nukes at Lakenheath writes Carol Turner, Labour CND.
Thousands tuned into the May Day weekend rally ‘Socialism - Unity – Internationalism’ with a range of trade unionists, politicians & activists from the international labour movement.
"The history of great social change shows us that we don’t have to wait for our politicians to move." Russell Whiting shows that we must invest in our future, not in nuclear weapons.
"It reaffirmed the campaign’s opposition to Russia’s invasion, calling for a ceasefire but also for de-escalation and peace talks rather than pouring weapons into Ukraine and making a prolonged war more likely." By Stop the War Stop the War’s conference on Saturday, April 32rd, reflected a growing movement in the face of the worst threats…
"The return of US nuclear weapons to Britain and the upgrading of its nuclear weapons across Europe constitutes a further undermining of prospects for peace in Europe and beyond."