Syria: The people still want the fall of the regime

Over a thousand people marched through London to Downing Street on Saturday, to mark the third anniversary of the start of the Syrian Revolution.

The Plenum Has The Power – Challenges in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina has seen the greatest upheaval in 20 years over the last month.

Staff furious at £5 million cuts in west London college

Lecturers, support staff and students at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College are opposing senior management's plans to make £5 million worth of staffing cost cuts on the college in the next few months.

Campaign launched against casualisation at SOAS

One hundred and thirty people attended the launch meeting of the Fractionals for Fair Play Campaign (FFFP).

Bob Crow (1961–2014)

Tributes have poured in for a man who was one of Britain's best known trade unionist and socialist public figures.

Mike Gonzalez: Second letter from Caracas

The mass movements have saved the revolution over and over again – in their mobilisations, in their defence of production, in their massive electoral support, and in their solidarity.

Willetts met by noisy protest in Cambridge

Activists from Cambridge Defend Education ensured that a talk yesterday evening at the Cambridge Union Society by David Willetts was met by noisy protest.

Mark Steel joins rs21 political weekend

The rs21 political weekend will debate the situation facing revolutionary socialists in the 21st century.

Solidarity with SOAS cleaners

Cleaners at SOAS will strike tomorrow and Wednesday in an ongoing effort to be brought in-house.

Russia, Ukraine, Crimea: Sunday morning update

The crisis in Ukraine has escalated. War with Russia seems certain, although it is unclear how far any conflict may reach.