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Calendar of Racism and Resistance ( 28 May – 11 June 2024)

ELECTORAL POLITICS | GOVERNMENT POLICY 28 May: La France Insoumise MP Sébastien Delogu is suspended from parliament for two weeks for waving a Palestinian flag during a debate about whether France should recognise a Palestinian state. (Le Monde, 28 May 2024) 30 May: After being barred from standing in the general election as the Labour

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Calendar of racism and resistance ( 14 – 28 May 2024)

ELECTORAL POLITICS | GOVERNMENT POLICY As anti-migrant, anti-equalities, anti-abortion, misogynistic and anti-LGBTQI rhetoric in electoral campaigning are increasingly interlinked, we reflect this in the coverage below which also includes information on the influence of the Christian Right as well as the religious Right generally.  14 May: A court finds Alternative for Germany (AfD) leader Björn Höcke

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Fortnightly Bulletin

International solidarity with Palestine: the campus crackdown

30 April – 14 May 2024 As the Israeli offensive in Rafah intensifies, human rights organisations warn that there are virtually no medical facilities left to treat the wounded, let alone provide normal health care. Meanwhile, across Europe, the right of students to express solidarity with Palestinians is under attack from hard-right politicians and sections of the

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Calendar of Racism and Resistance ( 30 April – 14 May 2024)

ELECTORAL POLITICS |GOVERNMENT POLICY As anti-migrant, anti-equalities, anti-abortion, misogynistic and anti-LGBTQI rhetoric in electoral campaigning are increasingly interlinked, we reflect this in the coverage below which also includes information on the influence of the Christian Right as well as the religious Right generally. 1 May: Labour says it would implement any Rwanda flights scheduled before the

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Fortnightly Bulletin

Resisting state violence & the hostile environment

16 – 30 April 2024 As our calendar of racism and resistance shows, within days of the passage of the Safety of Rwanda Act, which received Royal Assent last week, and days before local elections in England, the Home Office began detaining asylum seekers as they arrived for routine immigration bail appointments and rounding them up nationwide

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Calendar of Racism and Resistance ( 16 – 30 April 2024)

ELECTORAL POLITICS | GOVERNMENT POLICY As anti-migrant, anti-equalities, anti-abortion, misogynistic and anti-LGBTQI rhetoric in electoral campaigning are increasingly interlinked, we reflect this in the coverage below which also includes information on the influence of the Christian Right as well as the religious Right generally. 17 April: In Belgium, the controversial right-wing NatCon conference, addressed by Nigel

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Fortnightly Bulletin

Systemic injustice and the criminal legal system

2 – 16 April 2024 This week, adding to a growing number of voices and campaigns rejecting the normalisation of systemic injustice in the criminal legal system, we publish a special issue of Race & Class featuring several important interventions. Providing much-needed scrutiny of the courts, Eithne Quinn exposes how drill rap lyrics are used to build secondary liability in group

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Calendar of Racism and Resistance ( 2 – 16 April 2024)

  ELECTORAL POLITICS | GOVERNMENT POLICY  As anti-migrant, anti-equalities, anti-abortion, misogynistic and anti-LGBTQI rhetoric in electoral campaigning are increasingly interlinked, we reflect this in the coverage below which also includes information on the influence of the Christian Right as well as the religious Right generally.  3 April: Reform UK drops two parliamentary candidates who allegedly made

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Press Release

Systemic injustice and the criminal legal system

  Racism seeps into every aspect of criminal ‘justice’ and radical scholars are exposing the breadth and depth of the issue. The April 2024 issue of Race & Class contains cutting-edge articles on the criminal legal system, adding to a growing number of campaigns voices rejecting the normalisation of systemic injustice in the courts. Drill

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