Sudan strike solidarity – resources and messages page launched

Striking workers and activists in Sudan and Britain have begun to exchange messages of solidarity as strikes rise in both countries. In Sudan workers’ struggles over pay and conditions take place in the context of the on-going revolution, as a mass movement led by the neighbourhood-based Resistance Committees continues the struggle for democracy against the…

Repression of Sudan protests sparks international solidarity

Leading trade unionists, journalists and activists from Britain, the US and Europe have condemned the attacks by the Sudanese military on protesters demanding civilian rule and democracy during massive protests since 30 June. Journalist and author Gary Younge, National Education Union join General Secretary Dr Mary Bousted, the NEU’s national President Daniel Kebede and Jake…

Urgent action: Sudanese Teachers Committee begins national strike

By Miriam Scharf In Sudan there is an ongoing revolution, a massive network of democratically elected resistance committees and now, this week, a nation wide teachers  strike.  The economic situation is dire, becoming worse day-by-day. No teacher in Sudan can live on the present salary. Families survive on remittances from abroad. >> Read more on…

Solidarity with Algerian socialists ordered to shut down by the state

Algerian socialist organisation, the Parti Socialiste des Travailleurs (Socialist Workers Party) has been banned by the Algerian government in the latest round of a crackdown which is targeting a wide range of activists involved in struggles for political change and social justice. Three years after the eruption of the Hirak, a mass popular movement which…