Today is Human Rights Day, held every year on the anniversary of the United Nations adopting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 December 1948.
As we reported earlier the British government chose to mark this day by stripping refugees and dual nationality citizens of the UK of their human rights in defiance of international law. Now the British judiciary has overturned an earlier court decision and granted the US the right to deport Julian Assange in a High Court judgement today. The decision will be appealed. If we only do one thing today we should be putting Julian Assange all over social media. I made the image above from UN resources. You can too.
- Free Julian Assange – He risks losing everything
- When is a war crime not a war crime? When it’s committed by the West
- From the river to the sea…
- Investigative journalism? A look back to when words truly were weapons
- The UK Authoritarian Oligarchy and How to Oppose It
- Truth Is A Weapon
- What sort of country are we? The detention of refugees in the UK shames us all
- With The Miners
- Sense Out Of Nonsense: Northern Ireland, Brexit, and Liz Truss
- Barates and Regina and Many More
- Civil Service under attack again
- Alfred Linnell: the death of an ordinary man
- 91,000 Civil Servants Face the Sack
- How forgotten peoples are kept in the margins
- Welcome to Critical Mass Issue 15
- The Critical Mass Socialist Hour Episode 20
- Controversy over selection of Labour candidate in Wakefield
- Footballer Jake Daniels Comes Out As Gay
- Ten killed in racially-motivated shooting
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