Reports and Campaigns

spotAbout the Socialist Party

spotAnti-capitalism

spotAnti-privatisation

spotAnti-war

spotElection campaigns

spotEnvironment

spotHealth

spotSocialist women

spotWorkplace

spotYouth and Students

All keywords


Socialist Party Facebook page
Socialist Party on Twitter
Visit us on Youtube

Migration keywords:

Migrant workers (42)

Migration (17)


Reports and campaigns:

Anti-capitalism (1247)

Anti-fascist (562)

Anti-racism (704)

Anti-war (1492)

Asylum (213)

Black and Asian (395)

Children (384)

CNWP (108)

Corporate crime (2)

Disability (202)

Education (3937)

Election campaigns (2463)

Environment (610)

EU (452)

Finance (101)

Food (270)

Health and safety (35)

Health and welfare (317)

Housing (1046)

Human Rights (382)

LGBT Pride (143)

Local government (2193)

Local services (3672)

Low pay (512)

Migration (57)

Nationalisation (147)

New workers party (470)

NHS (1851)

Pensions (704)

Post Office (222)

Poverty (578)

Privatisation (1023)

Public Services (1139)

Socialism (876)

Socialist (43)

Sport (197)

Stop the slaughter of Tamils (92)

Students (1842)

The state (1372)

Transport (556)

TUSC (999)

Welfare rights (719)

Women (766)

Workplace and TU campaigns (8299)

Youth (1975)

Related websites

Youth Fight For Jobs

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

National Shop Stewards Network

Tamil Solidarity


Highlight keywords  |Print this articlePrint this article
From: What's On, 7 September 2017:

Search site for keywords: London - West London - Socialist Party - Socialist - Migration

West London Socialist Party: 70 years since partition of Indian subcontinent

Thursday 7th September 2017, 7.30pm

West London Trades Union Club, 33-35 High Street Acton, London W3 6ND

The partition of the Indian subcontinent in August 1947 saw the biggest recorded forced migration in history. Two million people died in sectarian violence and 12 million were displaced along religious lines. Was this scenario inevitable? Having broken the back of British rule, could the workers and poor of the subcontinent have moved history in a different direction, as their brothers and sisters in Russia had done in 1917? Come to hear about the events of 1947 from a socialist viewpoint.






Join the Socialist Party Join us today!

Printable version Printable version

Facebook   Twitter

Related links:

London:

triangleHeating scandal on east London estate

triangleWaltham Forest Socialist Party: The national question

triangleWaltham Forest Socialist Party: The rise of Militant

triangleWaltham Forest Socialist Party: Report from Socialist Party congress

triangleWaltham Forest Socialist Party: 100 years of voting for women of property

West London:

triangleWest London Socialist Party: Israel-Palestine - Trump inflames tensions

triangleWest London Socialist Party: Why we need a party

triangleWest London Socialist Party: 100 years since the October revolution in Russia

triangleWest London Socialist Party: Young people need socialism!

Socialist Party:

triangleTheatre: 'Young Marx' shows growth in great platform for his ideas

triangleSouthern Socialist Party conference: discussing the way forward in 2018

triangleSocialist Party women's meeting brings together members to share experiences

Socialist:

triangleSouthampton Socialist Party: Is there a global nuclear threat?

triangleCardiff Socialist Party: Why Labour and Plaid councils must set no-cuts budgets

Migration:

triangleSweden: School strike against deportations