Speakers announced: Sudan Solidarity conference 6 November

For nearly four years, ordinary people in Sudan have been engaged in a remarkable struggle to overthrow military dictatorship and extend democracy. They have built popular revolutionary organisations in neighbourhoods and workplaces and started reorganising independent trade unions and workers’ committees to win social justice in the midst of huge attacks on their living standards.…

“We are part of an international movement” RMT’s Mick Lynch extends solidarity to struggles in Iran and Sudan on 1 October protests

Thousands of striking workers and activists fighting the rising cost of living in Britain heard a strong message of solidarity from Sudan for their struggles on the “Enough is Enough” day of action on 1 October. Mick Lynch, general secretary of the rail and port workers’ union RMT received a message of support from TAM,…

A message from Sudan to the women of Iran

ترجمه فارسی در زیر آمده است البيان العربي تحت The Sudanese movement No to the Oppression of Women (La liqahr al-nisa’a) published this statement on their Facebook page in Arabic. The regime of Omar al-Bashir in Sudan, who was overthrown by a popular uprising in 2019, used similar tactics to the Iranian regime to instil…

Event: Solidarity with the Sudanese Revolution: one year after the coup – 6 November 2022 (London and online)

Freedom, Peace, Justice  This conference will bring together trade unionists and activists from Sudan and Britain to learn from each other and build solidarity for each others’ struggles for social justice and against political repression and attacks on workers’ rights. It will take place a year after the military seized power in Sudan on October…

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…