National Sections of the L5I:

Liberation

Great powers fiddle while Syria burns

Syrians in the rebel-held “liberated zones” marked the beginning of the US and Russian-brokered “cessation of hostilities” by coming out onto the streets in their tens of thousands, with anti-Assad ra Read more...

“The parliament is yours, the streets are ours” Let’s take them!

The war on the Kurds in Turkey is not only a business of bombs and tanks, it is also a dirty bureaucratic process. Read more...

Sweden: Nazi demonstration met with protests

On the International Workers' Day, May 1, the violent, openly Nazi group Nordic Resistance Movement (Nordiska Motståndsrörelsen, NMR), staged a demonstration in the town of Borlänge, about 200 km nort Read more...

Europe’s Walls of Shame

On March 5, 1946, Britain’s war leader, Winston Churchill, delivered a speech in which he said, “an iron curtain has descended across the Continent”. Read more...

Women’s struggles today

Women continue to face fierce austerity attacks on welfare, jobs, trade union rights, education, healthcare, childcare – the list seems to never end. Read more...

International Women’s Day and its working class origins

The struggle for women’s rights exploded towards the end of the 19th Century, as hundreds of thousands of women in the industrialised countries were drawn into mass production. Read more...

Pakistan: Women organise union in the home-based industrial sector

Women workers are often the hardest hit by neo-liberal restructuring and capitalist crisis. Read more...

Solidarity with student struggles in India

Revolution, the international Communist youth organisation, declares its complete solidarity with students at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), against the arrest of JNU Student Union President Kanha Read more...