June 14th: It’s been a bad couple of months for anti-fascism in London.
June 9th: Three major developments in the fight against fracking happened recently.
June 8th: Either you retire a hero, or you live long enough to become Nevillan, say squatters as they launch broadside against luxury apartments ousting working class families from Manchester.
June 20th: On January 25, 2011, the Indonesian government, represented by the State Owned Enterprise PT.
June 17th: Louis Further rounds up the latest in dodgy goings on across the pond.
Canada: police and military to be banned from future events after protesters block Edmonton Pride Festival
June 13th: Last Saturday Edmonton’s annual Pride Festival march was successfully blocked by protesters unhappy that the police and military are allowed to join.
June 11th: Freedom’s refugee support correspondent Chiara Lauvergnac reports from Bosnia and Balkans.
June 4th: This text was contributed by a fan of Hapoel Katamon: Israel’s first fan owned football club located in one of the poorest neighbourhoods of Jerusalem.
June 3rd: For 40 days, a sit-in strike in the Polish parliament building by a group of disabled children, young people and their parents, occupied the national media headlines, but barely made it to the international news.
June 19th: UCU activist Jose Collina reflects this year’s universities pensions strike, won and lost.
June 16th: Jon Bigger looks over the stumbling Parliamentary scene as Theresa May struggles with Brexit and Ireland.
June 15th: Here we share the reflections of a Jordanian anarchist on the ongoing popular mobilizations that have gripped Jordan beginning on May 30, 2018, as a response to tax-reform measures proposed by the State in accordance with International Monetary Fund (IMF) demands.