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Frontpage: Africa abandoned on world AIDS day

1930

 

4.12.04

 

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Africa abandoned on world AIDS day

1930

1

4.12.04

 

New Labour wastes £7,000 million on Eurofighter, while pledging just £21 million to combat AIDS

 

Charlie Kimber: Indigenous people: Why these people are angry with Blair

1930

3

4.12.04

 

INDIGENOUS PEOPLE from Canada and the Arctic travelled to London last week to campaign against Tony Blair’s government for its refusal to recognise collective human rights

 

Chris Bambery: Scottish Socialist Party: Why did they dump Tommy Sheridan?

1930

4

4.12.04

 

TORY LEADER Michael Howard was made to look a fool recently after sacking Boris Johnson for having an affair. The private life of a politician carries few surprises for most people, and doesn’t rate on the same level as telling multiple lies to justify war.

 

Kim Yong-wuk: China: Working like oxen, but fighting like tigers

1930

4

4.12.04

 

China’s economic boom is leading to increasing confidence and militancy among many groups of workers.

 

Philippines: Workers gunned down for going on strike

1930

4

4.12.04

 

THE KILLING of 14 people on a picket line at a sugar plantation in the Philippines has shocked the country. The family of former president Cory Aquino, who own the plantation, have been implicated in the killings.

 

Egypt: Poisoned by their bosses and then denied their pay

1930

4

4.12.04

 

WORKERS EMPLOYED by the Egyptian-Spanish Company for Asbestos Products in Cairo began a sit-in at the company on Saturday 20 November. They are protesting over the failure of the company to pay them their wages for September and October.

 

Matthew Cookson: Fight for Coventry, or Ford will savage the rest

1930

5

4.12.04

 

THOUSANDS OF marchers issued a defiant roar last Saturday against the Ford multinational’s plans to cut 1,150 jobs at its Jaguar Browns Lane plant in Coventry.

 

Ian Birchall: Our History: Alfred and Marguerite Rosmer kept the flame of revolution burning

1930

6

4.12.04

 

The final part in our series on the socialists who opposed Stalin looks at Alfred and Marguerite Rosmer

 

Chris Bambery: Socialist Workers Party conference: Three chances to punish New Labour

1930

6

4.12.04

 

The new year will bring new opportunities to build resistance. That was the key theme of the Socialist Workers Party conference, reports Socialist Worker editor Chris Bambery

 

Saseen Kawzally: Exclusive report: Rebel voices from Iraq

1930

8

4.12.04

 

Socialist Worker correspondent Saseen Kawzally spoke to three Iraqis with different views on the occupation and the resistance

 

Christian Hogsbjerg + Kevin Widdop: Fallujah: ‘Was it worth it? Ask the child who lost his family’

1930

9

4.12.04

 

Dr Salam Ismael, general secretary of Doctors for Iraqi Society, spoke to students at Leeds University about the siege of Fallujah, the media’s portrayal of the occupation and his work trying to save the lives of ordinary Iraqis.

 

Hannah Dee: Life Interrupted: Don McCullin shows AIDS victims abandoned, but still fighting

1930

11

4.12.04

 

Don McCullin’s photographs go beyond the usual images of AIDS, says Hannah Dee

 

Editorial: Racism and employment: Inequality that cannot be explained away

1930

12

4.12.04

 

DISADVANTAGE SUFFERED by black and Asian people is simply the result of a small number of prejudiced individuals and, in any case, immigrants must share some of the blame for not integrating.
That sums up New Labour’s approach to racism, outlined repeatedly by David Blunkett, who rejected the concept of institutionalised racism last year.

 

Editorial: Bhopal: Poisoned Indians still waiting for justice

1930

12

4.12.04

 

THIS WEEK marks the twentieth anniversary of the worst industrial accident in history.

 

Editorial: Zimbabwe: Behaviour that is just not cricket

1930

12

4.12.04

 

THE ENGLAND cricket team are in Zimbabwe—cue gnashing of teeth by the press and politicians about Robert Mugabe’s regime.

 

Alain Krivine: Non to bosses’ Europe

1930

12

4.12.04

 

Debates over the European constitution are dividing the French left, says Alain Krivine, former Member of the European Parliament and spokesperson of the Ligue Communiste Revolutionnaire (LCR)

 

Mike Haynes: Ukraine’s Brutal History

1930

13

4.12.04

 

The recent explosion of popular anger comes after centuries of misrule.

 

Dave Crouch: What is at stake in the Ukraine

1930

16

4.12.04

 

Popular anger exploded onto the streets of the Ukraine last week. Dave Crouch spoke to Socialist Worker from the streets of Kiev on Monday

 

Ukraine: Ex-Stalinists and oligarchs try to use protests

1930

16

4.12.04

 

Leonid Kuchma – Viktor Yanukovich – Viktor Yushchenko

 

News update: Galloway in total victory against pro-war Telegraph (online only)

1930

 

4.12.04

 

Respect MP George Galloway spoke to Socialist Worker immediately after his stunning High Court libel victory

 

ASBOS supplement: Frontpage: Asbos: what future for our kids?

1930

101

4.12.04

 

Content

 

Matt Foot: ASBOS supplement: Asbos: what future for our kids?

1930

101

4.12.04

 

Since their introduction five years ago, Asbos have steadily risen to the top of Labour’s political agenda. Matt Foot looks at the facts and figures behind them.

 

ASBOS supplement: Let's find positive solutions for young people

1930

102

4.12.04

 

Youth workers and other professionals working with children are seeking alternatives to the government’s punitive approach to crime

 

Tash Shifrin: ASBOS supplement: 'There's nothing for these kids to do'

1930

103

4.12.04

 

Salford is one of the most deprived cities in Britain. It is also in the Asbo capital, Greater Manchester. Tash Shifrin visited the Lower Broughton area of the city and talked to local residents and young people.

 

ASBOS supplement: ‘Using anti-social behaviour laws on kids is a nasty political trick’

1930

104

4.12.04

 

Despite the almost uncritical media praise for Asbos, concern over their use stretches right across the board of those involved in caring for young people.
Many organisations and individuals believe the current system is deeply flawed, with some even calling for Asbos to be scrapped altogether. Here is a selection of views.

 

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