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Labour NEC Winner Yasmine Dar And Pro-Iranian Rally.

“It’s an absolute honour… honourable guests here today thank you so much for this opportunity… we’re here for a celebration, a happy time, 38 years of the Iranian Islamic revolution so I’m absolutely happy, it’s the third year that I’ve been coming… I keep it in my diary and make sure that I’m here… I feel I am absolutely proud when I hear the stories about Iran was based on diplomacy…” 427 more words

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Please share …. We have to act … That must stop … No human being should endure such horror
@Regranned from @unifiedmissions – Have you ever met someone who was or is being trafficked? 32 more words


Building trade union effectiveness through human rights and the law

The relationship between non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and trade unions is very important in that their joint impact on social and political issues can be very powerful when they work in sync. 598 more words

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So what is it that has held women back?

Could it be men’s size, strength, aggression and forcefulness that women find intimidating?

Could it really be that women have a tendency to be more emotional and less rational in times of stress? 82 more words


French Macron's xenophobic plans

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Court rules against Macron’s effort to deny refugees water

1 August 2017

Refugees in France must now be provided with water, following a court ruling which called it a “fundamental freedom”.

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Human Rights

Mining Affected Communities: We need more than on-paper Social and Labour Plans

(Photo: An informal settlement close to the Lonmin mine, where 34 people were killed when police opened fire on protesting mine workers)

Mining within communities is viewed as a conduit for further development of the community. 730 more words

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Is this at last the start of a new age for women?

Ever since the Agricultural Revolution the world has been dominated by Patriarchal societies. With few exceptions (Cleopatra, Wu Zetian and Elizabeth 1st being rare examples) the world has been dominated by men. 304 more words