Chris Marsden speaks at “Free Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning” meeting in Paris
On Sunday, June 23, the Parti de l’egalité socialiste, the French section of the International Committee of the Fourth International, held a public meeting in Paris entitled, “Free Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning!” This was the opening speech to the meeting, delivered by Chris Marsden, the national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party (UK).
Chris Marsden’s report to the International Online May Day Rally 2019
The defence of Assange and Manning is the spearhead of the struggle against imperialism
The Threat Of Fascism And How To Fight It
The Socialist Equality Party (US) is holding a major meeting series featuring Christoph Vandreier, Deputy National Secretary of the Sozialistische Gleichheitspartei (Socialist Equality Party, SGP) and author of the newly released book Why are They Back? Historical Falsification, Political Conspiracy and the Return of Fascism in Germany, available from Mehring Books. David North, chairman of the International Editorial Board of …
Christoph Vandreier at the 2019 London Book Fair
Mehring Books, the publishing house of the International Committee of the Fourth International, exhibited at the London Book Fair this week. Its stall in London Olympia’s Grand Hall attracted interest among visitors and exhibitors from around the world. The London Book Fair is the leading publishing trade fair in the English-speaking world and the second-largest worldwide after the Frankfurter Buchmesse. …
Vigil outside London Ecuadorian embassy demands freedom for Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning
A lively and spirited rally was held yesterday outside the Ecuadorean embassy in London, called by the Julian Assange Defence Committee and supported by the Socialist Equality Party and World Socialist Web Site.
Socialist Equality Party leader Julie Hyland speaks at London vigil for Julian Assange
Around 200 people, including workers, youth and retirees, attended a vigil outside the Ecuadorian embassy in London Tuesday evening to demand the freedom of WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange.