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Founded in 1954 as the Movement for Colonial Freedom, Liberation is one of the oldest human rights organisations. Today we campaign against neo-colonialism and imperialism
Check out our latest journal with articles analysing imperialism and struggles for economic and social justice across the globe
By Jeremy Corbyn
Jeremy Corbyn MP, Andrew Murray (Stop the War Coalition) Kirsten Bayes (Campaign Against Arms Trade) Iraklis Tsavdaridis (World Peace Council)
Briefing for MPs on UK policy on Iran.
Jamshid Ahmadi explains why you should join Liberation, affiliate your organisation and encourage your democratic representatives to support our work, actions and campaigns
Harsev Bains on the potential of education to galvanise the links of shared history between the working class in Britain and the former colonies
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Interviews with Annie Raja, Marie Nassif-Debs and Socorro Gomes - women leaders, nationally in Brazil, Lebanon and India, and internationally.
Francisco Domínguez on how Donald Trump’s electoral defeat may offer opportunities for the Latin American Left to strengthen its political recuperation.
Payam Solhtalab on Erdogan's reassertion of a perceived “natural” position and role east of Turkey
Andrew Murray on implications of new Labour leadership on imperial wars of intervention, support for the Palestinians and the attitude to China
Dr Aquel Taqz on why, on the UN-designated ‘International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People’, we need to renew international support for the struggle
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Point of view from Gail Teixeira, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance and member of the People’s Progressive Party
Vivienne Hayes, CEO of the renowned charity the Women’s Resource Centre on the UN convention known as Cedaw – and why it deserves a higher profile