International Students for Social Equality (UK) meeting: Oppose extradition of Richard O’Dwyer to the US!
3 February 2012
Sheffield Hallam University computer science student Richard O’Dwyer faces extradition to the US on copyright infringement charges, where he faces five to ten years imprisonment.
By International Students for Social Equality (UK), 9 November 2011
This statement is being distributed at today’s protest in London in defence of education.
8 October 2011
A crowd of at least 200 gathered on the central square of the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus Thursday evening to support the growing protests against Wall Street. The event was held as a planning meeting, or general assembly, in preparation for upcoming demonstrations in Detroit and Lansing.
Part 1: For students, a summer without jobs
By Andre Damon, 1 July 2011
This summer, only one in four US teenagers will hold a job, and in major cities like Chicago, the rate is far worse. In addition to job losses from the economic crisis, thousands of young people are out of work this year as a result of cuts to Chicago’s youth employment programs. For young people trying to pay for college by working over the summer, finding a job is almost impossible.
By ISSE reporters, 14 June 2011
Two and a half years after the Wall Street crash, the conditions of life for young people throughout the country are only getting worse.
By International Students for Social Equality, 6 June 2011
This summer, as schools go on break, and millions of students graduate from high school and college, young people throughout the United States are confronted with a basic problem: there are no jobs.
By Tom Eley, 15 February 2011
The White House budget will cut $100 billion in funding for higher education by eliminating Pell Grants that help low-income students attend summer courses, and by imposing interest rates on federal loans for graduate students.
By International Students for Social Equality, 25 January 2011
This statement is being distributed by members of the ISSE in the US state of California as the new college semester begins.
Statement of the International Students for Social Equality (UK)
By International Students for Social Equality (UK), 30 November 2010
As students and school pupils in Britain organise a third day of action against the brutal cuts in education, it is necessary to review the experience so far.
Break with Obama and the Democrats
By Socialist and International Students for Social Equality, 30 October 2010
The following leaflet will be distributed to participants at the October 30 “Rally to Restore Sanity” in Washington DC called by comedian Jon Stewart.
By our correspondent, 16 October 2010
The American historian Alexander Rabinowitch introduced his new book The Bolsheviks in Power: The First Year of Bolshevik Rule in Petrograd at a meeting Thursday evening at Humboldt University in Berlin.
By Kevin Kearney, 29 September 2010
Paralleling an event earlier in the month in San Diego, members of the International Socialist Organization participating in a planning committee meeting in Berkeley worked actively to defeat any move to break with the Democratic Party in the struggle against education cuts.
By Jack Cody, 23 September 2010
A meeting called to discuss a “day of action” to protest education cuts in California exposes the role of ex-left organizations like the International Socialist Organization as front groups for the Democratic Party.
By ISSE, 18 September 2010
This statement has been issued by the International Students for Social Equality in the US, the student organization of the Socialist Equality Party, for the beginning of the fall semester.
ISSE meeting in Wellington, New Zealand
11 August 2010
The International Students for Social Equality (ISSE) will hold a meeting at Victoria University, Wellington to discuss the impact of the deepening global economic crisis on the working class, internationally and in New Zealand.
By our correspondents, 29 June 2010
Last week, the International Students for Social Equality completed a series of meetings across Germany under the title “Massive Social Cutbacks and the Attacks on Education.”
By Johannes Stern, 8 June 2010
Nationwide demonstrations to defend education are planned for June 9 in Germany.
By Tom Peters, 24 May 2010
Thousands of would-be students will be turned away next semester, after announcements this month that four New Zealand universities will drastically restrict admissions.
27 March 2010
This meeting hosted by the ISSE and SEP will discuss a socialist perspective on which a struggle for the defense of public education must be based.
By a WSWS reporting team, 6 March 2010
Members of the International Students for Social Equality addressed large demonstrations in San Diego, California, as part of protests throughout the state and country on March 4.
6 March 2010
Members of the International Students for Social Equality spoke March 4 at rallies in San Diego, which drew thousands of people to protest cuts to public education. The demonstrations were part of events throughout the state and country to oppose school closures, tuition increases, and teacher layoffs.
By a WSWS reporting team, 5 March 2010
Tens of thousands of students, teachers and workers participated in protests Thursday against cuts in education across the US. Many of the largest protests occurred in California.
By Graham Beverly, 23 February 2010
Joblessness among Canada’s youth has risen faster than any other segment of the population.
By International Students for Social Equality, 23 February 2010
On March 4, students and workers throughout California and the US will demonstrate against the attack on public education and increases in tuition that are making a college education unaffordable for the majority of working class youth. The following statement is being distributed by the International Students for Social Equality.
A socialist programme to defend education
9 February 2010
The International Students for Social Equality is holding a series of meetings in the UK to advance a socialist programme in opposition to the cuts in higher and further education by the Labour government of Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
ISSE Public Meetings:
22 January 2010
The ISSE announces a series of meetings examining the social and political roots of the Haiti earthquake disaster.
14 January 2010
The following statement is being distributed by the International Students for Social Equality in the US as schools open for the new semester.
By our reporter, 10 December 2009
Initial testimony at a coroner’s inquest into the police killing of Fredy Villanueva has revealed that a police-media disinformation campaign was launched immediately after the shooting so as to whitewash the actions of the police.
30 November 2009
The CCNY chapter of the International Students for Social Equality will be hosting a showing of the classic documentary From Tsar to Lenin on Tuesday, December 1.
By International Students for Social Equality, 24 November 2009
The sharp increase in fees at the University of California is part of a national and international trend to block access to higher education for millions of working class youth.
By Jack Cody and Josue Olmos, 20 November 2009
Students at the University of California, Los Angles and other California campuses protested massive fee hikes on Wedneday and Thursday. Police responded violently.
By ISSE (Germany), 17 November 2009
This statement has been issued by the ISSE in Germany in response to protests that have erupted in Europe against the profit-oriented restructuring of the education system.
ISSE meetings in Britain
No to wars of colonial conquest!
10 November 2009
The International Students for Social Equality proposes a new and socialist movement against war. Come and discuss this strategy at our meeting.
ISSE meetings in Britain
No to wars of colonial conquest!
30 October 2009
The International Students for Social Equality is holding a series of meetings to demand an end to the war in Afghanistan and the withdrawal of all occupying forces.