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The Socialist 8 November 2007

Sick of the profit system? Come to Socialism 2007

Sick of the profit system? Come to Socialism 2007


PCS backs further strike action

Build the left in the public-sector trade unions


Martial law imposed in Pakistan

Israel: Café waiters' strike victory

Free detained Nigerian students


'Competition' dominated by a few giants

Stop and search failure

Corporate crime: Sign of an out-of-control economy

Yarl's Wood camp protests

Jean Charles de Menezes: Unanswered questions after court case

Why Prince of mortgages resigned


Don't just 'celebrate' the NHS - fight back

Staff shortages cause stress and anger

Support strikers at Northern General Hospital

Health workers strike against sacking


Education, Education, Education

New schools but not enough rooms

NUT elections: "What are we waiting for?"


Fight Royal Mail victimisation

 
 

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Free detained Nigerian students

Protest at the UK Nigerian embassy, photo Marc Vallee

Protest at the UK Nigerian embassy, photo Marc Vallee

THE INTERNATIONAL campaign to free the detained student leaders from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in Ile-Ife, Nigeria, the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) and Education Rights Campaign (ERC) is growing.

Saburi Akinola, President of OAU students union; Dairo Olatunde, the students union's public relations officer and Taiwo Hassan, the ERC's national coordinator, are being held on a series of frame-up charges including conspiracy to murder and the attempted murder of the OAU's then vice-chancellor in 2004.

Protest at the Swedish Nigerian embassy

Protest at the Swedish Nigerian embassy

In the last week, apart from protests in Nigeria, there have been sizeable pickets in Athens, Tel Aviv and Moscow (see www.socialistworld.net for details).

Keep sending protest letters urgently to:

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) at registar@oauife.edu.ng
OAU vice-chancellor – mfaborode@yahoo.co.uk and mfaborod@oauife.edu.ng
Nigerian Federal Ministry of Education at enquiries@fme.gov.ng and te@fme.gov.ng

Please send copies of all protests to:

campaignworkers@yahoo.co.uk

In this issue

Sick of the profit system? Come to Socialism 2007


Socialist Party workplace news

PCS backs further strike action

Build the left in the public-sector trade unions


International socialist news and analysis

Martial law imposed in Pakistan

Israel: Café waiters' strike victory

Free detained Nigerian students


Socialist Party news and analysis

'Competition' dominated by a few giants

Stop and search failure

Corporate crime: Sign of an out-of-control economy

Yarl's Wood camp protests

Jean Charles de Menezes: Unanswered questions after court case

Why Prince of mortgages resigned


Socialist Party NHS campaign

Don't just 'celebrate' the NHS - fight back

Staff shortages cause stress and anger

Support strikers at Northern General Hospital

Health workers strike against sacking


Education feature

Education, Education, Education

New schools but not enough rooms

NUT elections: "What are we waiting for?"


Workplace news

Fight Royal Mail victimisation


 

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