Durham Students for Abortion Access

This interview by Alexandra Beste is republished from Palatinate, Durham University's student newspaper.  The Abortion Act of 1967. Roe v. Wade in the United States in 1973. The repeal of Section 58 and Section 59 of the Offences Against the Person Act in 2019. Since the second half of the 20th century, abortion has been … Continue reading Durham Students for Abortion Access

How to organise a big strike solidarity campaign

By Maisie Sanders. Last year’s student-worker solidarity movement was a huge boost to the UCU strike, and student support on the picket lines, teach-outs, demos and occupations added to the pressure on uni management and won some big concessions. This year we can make it even bigger: students on every campus should start solidarity campaigns … Continue reading How to organise a big strike solidarity campaign

Why fee refunds and SU referendums don’t build solidarity

By Cathy Nugent, Goldsmiths PhD student and UCU member (Image credit: University of Leicester UCU) Students and Student Unions should get behind the planned strike action by UCU members. The UCU has called this strike because they feel they have no other option and because there has been a dramatic deterioration in their working conditions … Continue reading Why fee refunds and SU referendums don’t build solidarity

Build for 20 September – Student-Worker Climate Action!

By Josh Lovell, UCU activist and PhD student, Cambridge Hopefully the 20th September is already crossed off in your diaries, but if it isn’t, you should make sure it is now. The Youth Strikes 4 Climate have made headlines over the past year with waves of school and college walk-outs across the globe, demanding immediate … Continue reading Build for 20 September – Student-Worker Climate Action!

Against Prevent – For the Right to Organise, Protest and Speak on Campus!

By University of Reading Communist and Anarchist Society Students at the University of Reading have been told to take care when reading an essay by the late Professor Norman Geras, in order to avoid falling foul of Prevent. An academic journal has been flagged as sensitive under the Prevent programme, and the University has warned … Continue reading Against Prevent – For the Right to Organise, Protest and Speak on Campus!