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29 May 2013
On 22 May police, in a dawn raid, entered houses and hostels in Astana where housing justice protesters from across Kazakhstan were being accommodated, writes CWI reporters.
23 May 2013
Police raids were carried out yesterday on houses and hostels in Astana, where housing justice protesters from across Kazakhstan were being accommodated
15 May 2013
Capitalist crisis: 'Desperate times call for desperate measures': On 4 April the new governor of the Bank of Japan, Haruhiko Kuroda, took the world of finance completely by surprise when he launched an unprecedented stimulus package cash injection
10 April 2013
The escalation of fear and tension on the Korean peninsula, and far beyond, is not without justification, writes Clare Doyle
20 February 2013
Vadim Kuramshin, campaigner for prisoner rights and member of the Socialist Movement Kazakhstan, faces a 12-year jail sentence from the brutal regime of dictatorial president Nursultan Nazerbayev...
22 January 2013
Well-known human rights lawyer in Kazakhstan, Vadim Kuramshin, has had his court appeal postponed until early February
14 January 2013
The SWP today finds its ideological roots in post-1945 British Trotskyism, which split into three main trends...
3 January 2013
An estimated 130,000 joined protest marches on 1 January against Hong Kong's leader Leung Chun-ying, also known as "CY".
18 December 2012
One year after the Zhanaozen massacre, memorials and protests have taken place in a number of countries
12 December 2012
Vadim Kuramshin, campaigner for prisoner rights and member of the Socialist Movement Kazakhstan has been jailed for 12 years...
11 December 2012
On the second attempt, the authorities in Kazakhstan have jailed Vadim Kuramshin, a well-known campaigner for prisoners' rights and member of the Socialist Movement Kazakhstan, for 12 years...
5 December 2012
Cultural commemoration on the first anniversary of the notorious massacre in Zhanaozen, Kazakhstan, of unarmed men, women and children by state forces, Sunday 16 December.
7 November 2012
Well-known human rights activist, Vadim Kuramshin, has been arrested and now faces a lengthy prison sentence
31 October 2012
Socialist Party (Ireland) MEP Paul Murphy has made a second attempt to organise a delegation to Kazakhstan
17 October 2012
Since its launch last year, Campaign Kazakhstan has succeeded in gaining support from prominent figures and trade unions
10 October 2012
Campaign Kazakhstan hosted a very impressive event in London on Tuesday 2 October. Its aim was to raise awareness and financial support for those who resist the attacks of the regime in Kazakhstan.
8 October 2012
Aron Atabek is a dissident, prize-winning poet and creative writer in Kazakhstan. On his behalf, Zhainagul and Askar Aidarkhan, his wife and son, flew to London to participate in a Campaign Kazakhstan concert
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