End Violence Against Women and Girls


Luke Daniels, CLS President, will speak on the issues related to the complete removal of (predominately male) violence against women and girls. CLS has consistently campaigned for gender equality.

“With the exclusion of women and girls from everyday activities, due to such violence, there can be no equality and no progress for humanity” stated Luke. “So, it is imperative that society must change. The murders of Bibaa Henry, Nicole Smallman, Sarah Everard and the recent killing of Sabina Nessa has focused a light on this tragedy. We hope that our meeting can, in some way, contribute, towards stopping such killing and anti-women violence in general”.

Our guest speaker will be Nichole McGill–Higgins (She/Her); BA (Hons) MA;

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Reparations – Meeting Bristol’s Responsibilities

A webinar contextualising Bristol’s response to its role in the transatlantic slave trade
University of Bristol and Caribbean Labour Solidarity
Thu, 14 October 2021, 14:00 – 16:00 BST
register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reparations-meeting-bristols-responsibilities-tickets-177062407427

ChairJessica Moody, Centre for Black Humanities, University of Bristol, and author of ‘Off the Pedestal: The Fall of Edward Colston‘.

IntroductionBridget Anderson, Director of Migration Mobilities Bristol, University of Bristol.

Keynote speaker: His Excellency David Comissiong, Barbados Ambassador to CARICOM and author of It’s the Healing of the Nation: The Case for Reparations in an Era of Recession and Re-colonisation.

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CLS October Zoom Meeting

Sunday 3 October 2021 at 2pm London time

Latin America: The people retake the offensive against neoliberalism

Speaker: Francisco Dominguez

Francisco Dominguez is the Head of the Latin American Studies Research Group at Middlesex University. He is a specialist on Latin America’s political economy, especially Venezuela and Cuba, about which he has written and published extensively. He is co-editor of Right-Wing Politics in the New Latin America (Zed Books 2013).