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  • Anti-Racism
  • Fighting against racism and the structures and institutions that perpetuate it
  • Antisemitism
  • Prejudice against, hostility towards, stereotyping of Jews
  • Disability
  • Disabled people campaigning for rights - for access, benefits, services and equality; against discrimination, cuts, prejudice and pity!
  • Autism
  • Autistic people face discrimination and prejudice in a society which expects us to understand and fit in with social rules that are not of our making.
  • Autism in the workplace

    Writing, training, speaking, campaigning ...

  • Disability rights
  • Action against discrimination.
  • Disabled access to public transport
  • Removing the barriers that prevent disabled people from travelling
  • Neurodiversity
  • 'Neurodiversity' means that different people have different brain wiring. Those with a minority brain wiring - such as dyslexic, autistic and dyspraxic people - face discrimination at work and in wider society. 
  • LGBT+ liberation
  • Campaigning for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans* rights.
  • Women’s liberation
  • Socialist feminism! Everyday sexism! Women's struggles past and present!
  • Sexism
  • Misogyny, discrimination, prejudice, ...
  • Socialist feminism
  • No women's liberation without socialism, not socialism without women's liberation
  • Violence Against Women
  • On average, more than two women in England and Wales are killed by a male partner or ex. And then there is rape, sexual harassment, and more.

Work and menopause


Menopause at work hit the headlines on 22 February as the Equality and Human Rights Commission issued new guidance on the issue. However, the guidance only affirmed what the law has been for the last fourteen years, and the fact that news coverage trumpeted it as a breakthrough can only mean that employers have not been following the law.

International Women’s Day celebration, Ealing

Ealing TUC International Women's Day celebration

Janine’s annual poetic performance at Ealing Trades Union Council’s International Women’s Day celebration. There will also be speakers and music, and a good time will be had by all. Venue: to be confirmed  

Neurodivergent poetry in Plymouth

Neurodivergent Poetry Plymouth

Janine is the guest poet at this celebration of neurodivergent poetry. Food and drink available to buy. To book a slot, contact @QueerOutLoud

Women’s Fightback #30 launch

Women's Fightback #30, socialist feminist magazine

Join us to celebrate the launch of the new issue of Women’s Fightback, a socialist feminist magazine by Workers’ Liberty.

We Shall Overcome: Nottingham

Venue: ConnectNetherfield, 1 Victoria Road, Nottingham, NG4 2LA W?SO Nottingham and Connect Cafe Netherfield invite you to join us at this fundraiser for Netherfield’s foodbank, Sharewear, and the Gedling Christmas Bags project. Entry is free, but registration is required because space … Read more

We Shall Overcome: Chesterfield all-dayer

Venue: Déjà Vu, Old Road, Chesterfield. No car park. Food available. We have an amazing line-up and the money raised will support local community project Gussie’s Kitchen.

Onward, Anti-Woke Soldiers

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They’re marching off to war on woke, to fan the flames, to fuel and stoke a cooked-up culture conflagration, save the fabric of our nation and every thing we Brits hold dear from those who’d welcome migrants here They’ll soon … Read more

Marxism and Neurodiversity

A panel of Janine, Robert Chapman and Sarah McCulloch discuss how Marxism can contribute to an understanding of neurodiversity and how we can achieve liberation. Part of Workers’ Liberty’s annual Ideas for Freedom festival.