Free Assange Human Chain: Surround Parliament

We need your help to be part of this huge protest in support of Julian Assange and a free press. Please do sign up to pledge that you’ll be at Parliament to be part of the chain of support that will go from the front of parliament over Westminster bridge, along the south bank of the Thames and back over Lambeth bridge. Please be a link in the solidarity chain.

Sign up here.

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LAUNCH: Right to Clothing campaign

Join us live or online on Thursday 22nd of September as we launch our Right to Clothing campaign! Book your place here.

The Right to Clothing Campaign is founded by Sharewear UK and the Peace and Justice Project and has been working with Dr. Luke D. Graham at the University of Manchester. We hope to raise awareness of clothing deprivation, provide clothing directly to people on the ground through Community Sharewears, bring about a change in the law which better protects the right to clothing through this ensure that charity is not required for access to clothing.

Beyond clothing deprivation in the UK, the campaign will be working towards reasserting and delimiting the ‘forgotten’ right to clothing and empower those working in clothing deprivation throughout the world to campaign through a rights-based approach to ensure everyone has the right to clothing.

Follow this link to register your place for our launch at the University of Manchester.

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Act On Forde: Sabotage & Abuse

Peace & Justice Project fringe event at The World Transformed.

The Forde Report confirmed that senior Labour officials obstructed and undermined the elected leadership during the Corbyn years, even secretly diverting funds in the 2017 election. Forde highlighted a hierarchy of racism under Keir Starmer and criticised the factional abuse of the disciplinary system. The response of the current administration? Silence. So what action should Labour members and affiliates demand after Forde?

How can those responsible for these abuses be held to account?

Join Jeremy Corbyn, Len McCluskey, Anna Rothery, Pamela Fitzpatrick, Jon Trickett, and Chloe Schlosberg and more to be announced in what’s sure to be an agenda-setting discussion.