5 years of “Khanya: a journal for activists” and our future tasks
In this article Suren Pillay* discusses the fragmentation of Palestine and argues for ‘critical in solidarity’ engagement, and the reconciliation between Hamas and the PLO.
In this Statement trade unions in Iraqdemand a stop to the imposition of structural adjustment conditions, including privatisation of public entities and services.
The difference between the Jewish soul … and the soul of all the Gentiles … is greater and deeper than the difference between the soul of a man and the soul of an animal. — Rabbi Avraham Yitzhak HaCohen Kook (1865-1935)
At the beginning of 2006 Khanya College, together with social movements and progressive NGos produced this concept paper on how the social justice movement in South Africa will approach the WSF in Nairobi. This is an edited version of the concept paper agreed to by various social movements.
In this article Dlamini reflects on the impact of globalisation and neoliberalism on Swaziland and its working people, and also looks at the processes of organisation and resistance.
In this article Jubilee South Africa gives the backround to the campaign against forced removals in the platinum rich Bushveld complex in Limpopo, Northwest and Mpumalanga. The article also looks at community resistance to the forced removals