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Dr Korczak’s Example: reality crashes into a utopian vision

17 June 2008
This play tells the true story of Janusz Korczak, children’s author, paediatrician and social experimenter, who was the director of a Jewish orphanage in 1930s Poland.

Grassroots revolt that can stop the Nazi BNP in Rotherham

10 June 2008
Anti-Nazi activists are mobilising across the country against the British National Party (BNP) after its gains in recent elections.

Support grows for 21 June national march against fascism

10 June 2008
Campaigners up and down the country are mobilising for the national demonstration in London on Saturday 21 June against the fascist British National Party (BNP).

Stop the BNP!

03 June 2008
"I could never understand why all those people were calling the BNP fascists. Well, I do now." Those were the words of Maureen Stowe, who was elected as a British National Party (BNP) councillor in Burnley in 2003 – but left the party a few months later after discovering the ugly truth about it.

How we stopped the fascists before

03 June 2008
Some people say we shouldn’t worry about the BNP because fascism "just isn’t part of the British character". But there is a long history of fascism in Britain. And the reason fascists have never triumphed is that they have been confronted, not ignored.

Fascists attack students in Rome after university occupation

28 May 2008
On Monday students at Rome's La Sapienza university occupied, and stopped Roberto Fiore, leader of the hard line fascist Forza Nuova from addressing a conference. Fiore spent much of the 1980s in Britain, having fled Italy after being sought for involvement in the 1980 bombing of Bologna station which killed 85 people.

Unions throw their weight behind anti-fascist march

27 May 2008
Firefighters in the FBU union are the latest group to get behind the national demonstration against the fascist British National Party (BNP) due to take place in London on Saturday 21 June.

Who are the British National Party and what do they stand for?

20 May 2008
The roots of the British National Party (BNP) lie in the splinters of the National Front (NF), the main fascist organisation of the late 1970s.

Support grows for anti-Nazi demonstration

20 May 2008
The national march against fascism and racism called for Saturday 21 June in London is building momentum.

What is fascism?

20 May 2008
Many people reading the mainstream media coverage of the British National Party (BNP) will have been struck by a curious coyness when it comes to describing the nature of the organisation.

Who is voting BNP and how can we stop them?

13 May 2008
Many people across the country will have been horrified by the advances made by the fascist British National Party (BNP) in the May local elections.

March to stop the BNP

13 May 2008
The fascist British National Party (BNP) made an electoral breakthrough on 1 May when it won a seat on the London assembly and made a net gain of ten more council seats across England.

London anti-Nazi protesters vow to drive BNP out of City Hall

07 May 2008
Around 300 people rallied at short notice outside City Hall in London on Tuesday evening to protest against the fascist British National Party (BNP) grabbing a seat on the London assembly in last week’s elections.

Pete Doherty and Jon McClure speak out against the BNP

07 May 2008
Two of the musicians who played at the recent Love Music Hate Racism (LHMR) carnival attended the Tuesday evening protest against the BNP held outside London’s City Hall.

Movement must counter the Nazis

06 May 2008
The fascist British National Party (BNP) managed to grab a London assembly seat last week. The fascists also gained a net ten seats in council elections across the country.

Anger as Nazi BNP grabs London assembly seat

03 May 2008
Millions of people across Britain will be shocked and horrified by the news that the fascist British National Party (BNP) has managed to grab an assembly seat in London – one of the most multiracial and diverse cities of the world.

Double standards over Nazi candidates

29 April 2008
There is an institution that sacks trade unionists and allows its workers to stand for the fascist British National Party (BNP) in elections. It’s not a union-busting private equity company, but the government’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).

LMHR carnival: pictures 1

29 April 2008

Love music, hate the BNP: 100,000 flock to LMHR carnival

29 April 2008
Some 100,000 people of all ages and backgrounds delivered a powerful message against fascism by joining the hugely successful Love Music Hate Racism (LMHR) carnival last Sunday.

LMHR carnival: pictures 2

29 April 2008

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