London Trans+ Pride shows that pride is a protest

On 8 July, rs21 members marched as part of a trade union bloc at London Trans+ Pride. Events like this remind us of our collective power and determination.

A World to Win: rs21 All Member Assembly report

rs21 organised A World to Win as part of our All Member Assembly. We discussed the new right, climate breakdown and the strike wave.

The IS History Project

A new oral history project aims to record the memories of socialist activists from the 1960s and early 1970s. Project members Sue Sparks and Hazel Croft explain its aims and its relevance for activists today in an interview with rs21 members.

Behind the Cardiff riot: a community failed by police and politicians

Following the tragic death of two young people in Ely on Monday and the riot that followed, the police’s version of events has unravelled. But, as Ann Marie Zogina reports, the area in west...
Image shows protesters walking through Rusholme in Manchester holding a large sculpture of Palestine painted in the colours of the Palestinian flag.

Nakba 75: solidarity and resistance until Palestine is free

John Nicholson reports on the Nakba 75 demonstration and march on 14 May 2023 in Manchester, providing some background on why the day is so important to mark.
crowds march in London with a big heart shaped NEU balloon

NEU annual conference

Pay strikes, support staff, Ofsted, and Prevent: rs21 members cover the key debates.
a colourful March with blue NEU banners going through streets in London

15 March rallies roundup

Half a million workers strike across Britain. rs21 members report on the massive day.
Norfolk NEU UCU PCS RMT ASLEF strike protest march in Norwich. Signs call for more funding for teachers, held by women, smiling, at a march.

#IWD2023: women fight across the globe

On International Women's Day, rs21 members share 13 inspiring examples of women fighting for liberation and against capitalism and state repression.
large number of people stand in a town square in Carlisle.

Anti-refugee demonstration in Carlisle – Nazis score a victory against divided opposition

Anti-fascists faced hurdles in mobilising against the first fascist demo to hit Carlisle in years.
Counter demo at the Honor Oak pub, London.

Mobilising against the convergence of the far right and transphobia

Across Britain last weekend, far-right elements and transphobes of various stripes were threatening to organise in large numbers. Several rs21 members took part in activity against them and report back on some of the...