Drop the Charges against political activists in New Zealand

Statement Issued by the International Coordinating Committee International League of Peoples’ Struggle 20 September 2011 The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) welcomes the announcement that 13 of the 17 defendants in the so called “terror raids” trial in New Zealand have had all their charges dropped.  We call for all the charges against the… Read More Drop the Charges against political activists in New Zealand

Resolución en defensa de la ILPS contra el sectarismo y el sabotaje

Viernes, 15 de Julio de 2011  06:08  ILPS IV Asamblea Internacional (Última actualización el Domingo, 17 de julio 2011 16:09) Presentada por el Comité Internacional de Coordinación (ICC) a la 4ta Asamblea Internacional de la Liga Internacional de La Lucha de Los Pueblos (LILP-ILPS) y aprobada por unanimidad el  9 de Julio  de 2011. Los… Read More Resolución en defensa de la ILPS contra el sectarismo y el sabotaje

Students at Carleton University shut down Board of Governers meeting to protest Israel’s occupation of Palestine

ILPS-Canada members congratulate the students at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada for their successful effort to shut down the scheduled Board of Governors (BoG) meeting on March 29, 2011, after the University’s leading body refused to consider a motion calling for divestment of pension stock from four companies implicated in Israel’s occupation of Palestine.

Public meeting to remember Dr. Hari Sharma (1934-2010)

South Asian Network for Secularism and Democracy (SANSAD) Invites you to a Public Meeting to remember Dr. Hari Sharma (1934-2010) Educator, writer, photographer, activist, community leader, champion of the oppressed Sunday, July 4, 2010 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm SUR 2600 Simon Fraser University-Surrey Campus 13450 102 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada (At Central City Complex… Read More Public meeting to remember Dr. Hari Sharma (1934-2010)

Author Arundhati Roy on the Human Costs of India’s Economic Growth, the View of Obama from New Delhi, and Escalating US Attacks in Af-Pak

Democracy Now interview from the Indian capital of New Delhi with the Booker Prize-winning novelist, political essayist and global justice activist Arundhati Roy. Her books include the Booker Prize-winning novel The God of Small Things and her latest essay collection, Field Notes on Democracy: Listening to Grasshoppers. Amy Goodman speaks to Roy about India’s conflict… Read More Author Arundhati Roy on the Human Costs of India’s Economic Growth, the View of Obama from New Delhi, and Escalating US Attacks in Af-Pak

Two books by Jose Maria Sison launched in Toronto: “tools to move the revolutionary movement forward”

Friends, comrades, compatriots and kababayans gathered Friday, September 11, 2009, for the book launch of the first two of four volumes of the revolutionary writer, poet, and activist Professor Jose Maria Sison’s collected works. The group was also gathered at Central Neighbourhood House in Toronto for Coni Ledesma, who was there to introduce his works,… Read More Two books by Jose Maria Sison launched in Toronto: “tools to move the revolutionary movement forward”

NEPAL: Comrade Prachanda’s addresses crowd in London

Excerpt in English from a speech by Comrade Prachanda, former Nepalese Prime Minister and leading member of the UCPM-Maoist. He spoke in London on Monday, August 10, 2009 at an event organized by Nepali Samaj UK. Prachanda talks about creatively applying Marxist-Leninist and Maoist strategy to the revolution underway in Nepal. Please find below the… Read More NEPAL: Comrade Prachanda’s addresses crowd in London