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Palestine and International Law

Join this seminar with eminent legal experts, to answer any questions about international law from activists and organizations working on Palestine advocacy. Topics covered will include the current International Court of Justice cases on the Gaza genocide and the il/legality of the occupation, the International Criminal Court investigations, the application of the Genocide Convention to … Keep reading »

The Fascist Threat and What it Means for Working Class Politics

Eastminster 310 Danforth Ave, Toronto, Canada

“We as a left must build a politics of broad, working-class solidarity to defeat fascism either now or farther down the road than we can currently envision.” Amidst unfolding environmental disaster, ongoing genocide, and a lack of faith in public institutions, fascist and anti-democratic movements continue to gain political ground, both at home and abroad. … Keep reading »

The Fall and Rise of American Finance

Public event at The People’s Forum featuring authors Stephen Maher and Scott Aquanno. It is today all but taken for granted by critical political economists – and by political figures from Hillary Clinton to Bernie Sanders – that finance is parasitic on industry. Financialization, in this view, amounts to financial institutions capturing the state, hollowing … Keep reading »

Lessons from Law and Labour

Join Labour for Palestine & ACEP-CAPE for Palestine for a webinar featuring South Africa's High Commissioner to Canada Riaz Moe Shaik; former UN Special Rapporteur Dr. Michael Lynk, and Dr. Katherine Nastovski on international solidarity, labor activism, and civil society resistance for the Palestinian liberation movement. Our esteemed speakers will cover a range of topics … Keep reading »

IAW 2024: March for Palestine

This year, Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW) comes weeks after the International Court of Justice (ICJ) dealt apartheid Israel a historic defeat by finding that Israel is plausibly perpetrating genocide against the 2.3 million Palestinians in the occupied and besieged Gaza Strip. This decision triggers legal responsibilities for all states to end all complicity and to … Keep reading »

International Women’s Day Toronto 2024

OISE 252 Bloor St. West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

No One Is Free, Until We're All Free! Rally: 11:00 am at OISE Auditorium (252 Bloor St. W) March: 1:00 pm just outside OISE Organized by Women Working With Immigrant Women and the IWD Toronto Organizing Committee.

March 15: Shut Down Scotiabank

On Friday, March 15, “adopt” a Scotiabank branch and picket/ leaflet / shut it down! The Canadian BDS Coalition endorses the call from member group the Canada Palestine Association to “adopt” a Scotiabank branch and shut it down! Over one hundred and forty days into Israel’s latest genocidal massacre in Gaza, Canada’s political establishment remains … Keep reading »

Migrant Spring

Spring is almost here, and with it comes the promise of renewal and growth. In a month from now, we are launching Migrant Spring—the next step in our fight for equality, justice and #StatusforAll and to #UniteAgainstRacism. Migrant Spring is a series of protests, educational activities and actions leading up to summer 2024, and beyond! … Keep reading »

Keep Cops Off Our Pickets

Rank-and-file members of CUPE 3903 in collaboration with Scholar Strike Canada and No Pride in Policing Canada are organizing a rally to combat the policing of our picket lines! When: March 25th, 12pm Where: Sentinel Rd, York University

Film Social: Cradle Will Rock

Eyesore Cinema 1176 Bloor Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The Leo Panitch School for Socialist Education and the Socialist Project presents “Cradle Will Rock” as the next movie shown in our ongoing FilmSocial series. It's 1937 in New York City. Labour strikes break out throughout the country and New York is alive with cultural revolution. Nelson Rockefeller (John Cusack) commissions Mexican artist Diego Rivera … Keep reading »