Workers' Liberty students

Submitted by AWL on 3 September, 2020 - 3:45
students

Student activists in Workers' Liberty argue for working class socialist ideas and campaign on issues like freedom of movement, anti-racism, workers' rights, international solidarity and free movement.

Every Monday, from 21 September, 6-7pm: Workers' Liberty Students will be holding informal online political discussions on the following topics; we'll also catch up on current campaigns.


Week 1 Monday 21 September 6-7pm: The fight for free movement & migrant rights
Speaker from the Labour Campaign for Free Movement

Register on Eventbrite here.
Zoom link to join the meeting

An increasingly hostile atmosphere towards migrants and asylum seekers in the UK makes it all the more urgent that the student and trade union movement redoubles its anti-fascist, anti-racist, and migrants' rights campaigning.
That means practical solidarity with migrants attempting to navigate Britain's harsh border regime, and direct action to assert bold, radical demands: free movement for all migrants and asylum seekers, the abolition of “No Recourse to Public Funds” laws, an end to all deportations, and the closure of all detention centres.

Free Osime Brown!
We will be highlighting the case of Osime Brown, an innocent 21 year old black learning-disabled man will be moved to a detention centre on the 7th October, awaiting deportation to Jamaica. This is a country he left aged 4 where he has no friends, family or support in.
Campaign information here.


Our full programme for the term

Monday 28 September: Solidarity with the Hong Kong protests
Monday 5 October: Class struggle and the pandemic
Monday 12 October: Fighting university cuts
Monday 19 October: Marxism, racism and the police
Monday 26 October: The Russian revolution: what happened and why does it matter?
Monday 2 November: What is socialism?
Monday 9 November: The fight for trans rights
Monday 16 November: The alt-right and how to fight it
Monday 23 November: Solidarity with the Uyghurs!
Monday 30 November: Why socialist feminism?
Monday 7 December: Class struggle environmentalism

More details for each meeting see our Facebook events page

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