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Look back and open your eyes to the future (Walk V)
Look back and open your eyes to the future (Walk V)

The first history walk went well. A few colleagues and I have been locating sites related to the history of our federation’s early years in London and did a couple of test walks since January. We had ten people joining the tour. That is not bad given the fact that this is summer holiday season [...]

Royal Wedding then May Day
Royal Wedding then May Day

“Drink driving” said Graham bluntly when we learnt the death of Diana in Paris over a car accident. Though he spat out those words and showed no sympathy towards the death of a princess, he was no radical at our workplace. Neither is my old buddy Tony who was in a Bulgarian resort on 29 [...]

My London history walk (trial)
My London history walk (trial)

It all started with a pleasant pub lunch conversation before Christmas with my pleasant colleagues. “What are locations in London that are related to the history of our Federation?” Over the holidays, I re-read our history book and listed-up the places which are linked to the foundation of our organisation and addresses where our head [...]

Books to read

Read the book review by Ingemar Lindberg on Global Restructuring, Labour and the challenges for Transnational Solidarity (Routhledge 2010)

Now published. The Rise and Fall of the Welfare State by Asbjørn Wahl from Pluto Press

Radical East London Walks
*Radical Jewish East End
*Anti-Fascist Footprints
*Spark of Rebellion in Bow and Mile End
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