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The massacre in Gaza one year on June 30, 2015 08:32

The massacre in Gaza one year on

On the 8th of July it will be one year since 2,200 Palestinians were murdered. To mark the date, Friends of Al Aqsa are [...]
 
Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia June 30, 2015 07:36

Y Wladfa, Welsh Patagonia

On the 7th of July, London will host celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of Welsh settlement in Patagonia. A Catholic mass will be [...]
 
The UK: “United” or not to… Europe? June 29, 2015 00:47

The UK: “United” or not to… Europe?

Beyond the general elections, tension and surprise have not diminished in the United Kingdom, with increasingly strong calls to announce the referendum on remaining [...]
 
 
“Be Festival”, this summer in the UK June 22, 2015 12:27

“Be Festival”, this summer in the UK

Artists from all four corners of the European continent will offer up a spectacle of theatre, dance, visual arts and music; inspired by the [...]
 
Summer cine in England June 22, 2015 00:31

Summer cine in England

The indie film production company Soda Films is bringing 12 films to premiere this summer.   Titles like Phoenix, The Goob, or Shooting for [...]
 
Pilger and the war hidden by the media June 14, 2015 00:02

Pilger and the war hidden by the media

The documentary “The war you don’t see” will be screened on the 24th of June, showing the role that press and propaganda has taken [...]
 
 
End austerity now June 14, 2015 00:01

End austerity now

A demonstration has been organised for the 20th of June to denounce for the austerity policies that have been in place for the last [...]
 
Origins Festival: Native Americans in London June 8, 2015 22:04

Origins Festival: Native Americans in London

Throughout this event, the focal point of discussion will be indigenous communities and the significance of the culture, food and the LGBT experience. The [...]
 
Student prostitution in the face of impossible fees June 6, 2015 23:26

Student prostitution in the face of impossible fees

The majority of them feel fear in doing this work, but practically speaking they are forced to do it. The main reason: the measure [...]
 
 
A union of voices for a cause June 1, 2015 00:58

A union of voices for a cause

On the 17th of June Karine Polwart, one of the most important singer-songwriters in Scotland will share the stage with two notable community choirs [...]
 
Mourners of the Ayotzinapa “missing” victims speak out May 31, 2015 03:27

Mourners of the Ayotzinapa “missing” victims speak out

A father, a survivor and a worker speak of their outrage and grief in the face of their loss. The 43 students have still [...]
 
Are we all equal in the UK? Human up May 31, 2015 02:38

Are we all equal in the UK? Human up

A film with the title “Man Up” is currently on the screens. It’s a traditional expression to encourage like-a-man behaviour, like-a-traditional-man behaviour: get yourself [...]
 
 
United Kingdom: Journalism and journalists on a tightrope May 24, 2015 22:55

United Kingdom: Journalism and journalists on a tightrope

Budget cuts, redundancies and limited investment in quality and varied journalism are bad for workers and are leading to the closure of several media [...]
 
“We are many”… The greatest protest in history May 17, 2015 10:08

“We are many”… The greatest protest in history

This documentary captures the moment when a global rally against the Iraq war took place, and shares analysts’ opinions of the disaster. The film [...]
 
Disabled in the UK:  helpless, rejected and marginalised May 17, 2015 10:07

Disabled in the UK: helpless, rejected and marginalised

It is clear that the elimination of social benefits for disabled people living in the UK predominantly affects the poorest of people in society [...]
 
 
 

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