National Sections of the L5I:

Liberation

Talking down the two-state solution

Normally, American Jewish leaders would expect to feel quite positive about a new US President apparently more friendly to Israel than his immediate predecessor. Read more...

2017 – a new movement for women’s liberation

International Women’s Day is returning to the radical social roots that inspired its foundation in the early twentieth century, and its rebirth in the 1960s and 1970s. Read more...

Women's liberation, Islam and anti-Muslim racism

For many, from feminists such as Alice Schwarzer to the Alternative for Germany, it has long been “proved” that Islam is not like other religions. Read more...

Resolution on Syria

The relentless bombardment and starvation of the civilian population of eastern Aleppo by the forces of Bashar al Assad, Russia, Iran and the Lebanese Hezbollah, rightly aroused public revulsion, espe Read more...

Turkey: No to constitutional change!

In his struggle for absolute power, Recep Tayyip Erdogan is pushing forward his attacks on the opposition. Read more...

Pakistan: Social media activists free

The reappearance of four social media bloggers, who were abducted on January 17 (see http://www.fifthinternational.org/content/free-all-activists-%E2%80%93-p... Read more...

Millions march against Trump

It was the largest international demonstration since the Iraq War. The ‘Women’s March’ on 21 January capped a two day explosion of resistance to the inauguration of Donald Trump.  Read more...

Corbyn retreats on free movement

JEREMY CORBYN kicked off 2017 by announcing that Labour was not committed “in principle” to defending freedom of movement for workers within the European Union. Read more...