Liberation/Movement for Colonial Freedom Archive at SOAS

The School of Oriental and African Studies, part of the University of London is one of the leading research hubs for Asian, African and the Near and Middle East studies in the world. Liberation is proud to be a contributor to the University’s large library and archive. At SOAS’ Library, we have the Movement for […]


Ebola: An Appraisal of the Global Response Efforts

  By Pius Kanyegambeta 14th October 2014 (Image from: www.www.keyt.com Aug 7, 2014)   In a century where globalization and foreign aid are at the core of a lot of the developed nations’ foreign policies, the issue of inequality within the health systems between the West and developing nations is still prevalent. Although millions of […]

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Film Screening: Roots and Clamor in the British Parliament

“Roots and Clamor” in the British Parliament       “Ebbaba, is the voice of young Saharawi people, protesting against Moroccan occupation. Come to see her film and listen to her message and witness her determination”   Grimond room will host next Monday October 27th the documentary on the struggle of the Saharawi people, a […]


Egypt’s new President and Saudi Arabia

Egypt’s new president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, received a visit from the Saudi King in Cairo, who personally congratulated him on his victory in the presidential elections of May, 2014. For the Saudi monarch, it was a symbol of the Kingdom’s success in turning back what he labelled the “strange chaos” of the revolutionary wave of […]