National Sections of the L5I:

Youth

USA: Police killings, this time it's Chicago

Late last month, a 13 year old boy named Adam Toledo was shot by Chicago police. Adam was a Latino. Immediately after the incident, Chicago police stated that there had been an “armed confrontation”. Read more...

Thailand: The government wavers, how to overthrow it?

There are many countries that do very well, if not better, without a king. And then there is Thailand, where the hashtag #WhyDoWeNeedAKing is considered an insult to the majesty of the monarch. Read more...

Nigeria: Youth rise up in #END SARS revolt

On October 7, a mass revolt of Nigerian youth was triggered after a video showing police officers from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, killing a teenager went viral. Read more...

Pakistan: No to cuts in education! Solidarity with student protests in Punjab!

The League for the Fifth International sends solidarity to the students of Bahauddin Zakaria University, in Multan, and Islamia University, in Bahawalpur, who have been protesting against threats to t Read more...

Britain: Tories could unleash a second wave by reopening schools

As schools and colleges across the country reopen, the National Education Union (NEU) has accused Tory ministers of being “negligent in the extreme”. Read more...

Perspectives of the Russian Left

Perspectives of the Russian Left

This interview, with Aleksandr Buzgalin, a speaker for the political-academic association "Alternativyi", took place in the middle of June, 2020. Read more...

Iran: From vigils to protests

When government officials belatedly admitted that Iranian missiles were responsible for downing a Ukrainian airliner taking off from Tehran, university students who had gathered to mourn the victims t Read more...

Bangladesh: Solidarity with student movement

One month ago, the state authorities in Bangladesh cracked down viciously on mass student protests in Dhaka, the country's capital. Read more...

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