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Unity 16 cover
14 Jul 2016

The Convoy to Calais features on the cover of the July-August 2016 issue of Unity magazine, produced by UAF with the National Union of Teachers.
The new issue includes:
• Convoy …

The Convoy to Calais sets out from Whitehall in central London (Photo: Guy Smallman)
14 Jul 2016

Some 200 vehicles set out in a convoy to take aid collected around Britain to the refugee camp outside Calais on Saturday 18th June. It showed the level of support for refugees among ordinary people—but the majority were stopped at Dover

A much larger group of anti-fascists countered the Nazi demonstration in Newcastle calling for repatriation just after the referendum result
14 Jul 2016

Hope and despair take flight from the same sky. The worst thing we can do is give in to despair or believe we face an unstoppable tide of racism.

A protest outside Yarl’s Wood in 2015, calling for its closure (photo: Ken Olende)
14 Jul 2016

“We were very limited in the kinds of protests we could make as detainees,” Becky said. “The most frequent thing we did was hunger strikes. After the woman died we refused to eat and we sat on the floor and we were constantly in touch with people outside so they knew what was happening.”

The police cleared the streets of anti-fascist protesters in Vienna in early June this year
14 Jul 2016

Anti-fascists were given a breathing space by May’s presidential election when the Green candidate defeated Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party (FPÖ). But now judges have said that due to irregularities the election must be rerun in September.

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17 Jun 2016

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