SOLIDARITY


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Firm in our conviction that our struggles are intrinsically intertwined and that our liberation lies in the liberation of all, we work jointly with many groups to push the limits and bring on a wave of change. We find our solidarity instinctively in tune with efforts that have traditionally been ignored by the Left, like questioning the development paradigm, or supporting the struggles of LGBT groups and sex workers. Based on our location in the capital city, we endeavour to support the struggles against religious fundamentalism, caste violence, war and militarisation, nuclear weapons, displacement, factory closures, basti demolitions, homophobic attacks, repression of people’s movements and many others in our own small way. This has entailed working in joint formations with NGOs, peoples’ organisations or formations of the organised Left, and often a combination of them all. Yet on occasion, we have found ourselves isolated in articulating our politics. 



ARTICLES




‘EVERYTHING I DO (I DO IT FOR YOU)’... BUT MUST I?

The High Court Convicts Binayak Sen for Sedition

Newsletter Sep – Dec 2010



AFSPA – Delhi Campaign Meeting

Newsletter Sep 2009 – April 2010 

Racism and Violence on Burmese Women in Delhi
Newsletter May - Aug 2009

Protest Meeting for Release of Aung San Suu Kyi
Newsletter May - Aug 2009
 
ACTIVIST SHAMIM MODI SURVIVES ATTACK ON LIFE
Newsletter May - Aug 2009

Fact Finding Report on Arrest of Shamim Modi
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2009

The Struggles of Burmese Women in Delhi
Newsletter Sep – Dec 2008

The Bhopal Gas Victims – Struggle in Delhi
Newsletter Sep – Dec 2008

Against Skewed Development: The Struggle of Chengara
Newsletter Sep – Dec 2008

Statement on Jamia Nagar Encounter
Newsletter Sep – Dec 2008

Demanding Release of Dr Binayak Sen
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2008

Women’s Groups Demand Justice in Nandigram
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2007

Daanish Books Targetted in the Name of National Security
Newsletter Dec 2006

ACTION UPDATE AGAINST AFSPA
Newsletter Dec 2006

IN THE NAME OF NATIONAL SECURITY
Newsletter Dec 2006

WOMEN’S GROUPS EXPRESS OPPOSITION
TO ZAHIRA VERDICT
 
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2006

BETTY FRIEDAN
Passing of a Feminist Icon
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2006

TWENTY YEARS OF RESISTANCE…
AND THE STRUGGLE GOES ON…

Newsletter Jan – Apr 2006

QUAKING VOICES FROM THE KASHMIR VALLEY
Newsletter Sep - Dec 2005

Survey Report on Dancers in Mumbai Bars
Newsletter May - Aug 2005

CONDEMNING THE BRUTAL ATTACK ON
HONDA WORKERS IN GURGAON

Newsletter May - Aug 2005

CELEBRATING AMONG A ‘FORUM’ OF FRIENDS
AND FELLOW FEMINISTS

Newsletter May - Aug 2005

ARMED FORCES (SPECIAL POWERS) ACT
The Struggle Continues

Newsletter May - Aug 2005

WOMEN’S GROUPS OPPOSE BAN ON DANCE-BARS
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2005

Other Tragedies of the Tsunami Disaster
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2005

Stop Evictions: Delhi Slums Under Attack
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2004

‘War on Iraq’: One Year After - Focus on Women
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2004

Coming Together Against the Caste System: DAVSS
Newsletter May – Aug 2003

Whose Delhi Is It Anyway?
Newsletter May – Aug 2003

WOMEN OPPOSE WAR
Newsletter Jan – Apr 2002

FACTORY CLOSURES IN DELHI AND THE
DELHI JANWAADI ADHIKAR MANCH

Newsletter Mar 2001

FIRST NATIONAL CONVENTION FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT AND PEACE
Newsletter Mar 2001

THE NATO ATTACKS ON YUGOSLAVIA: THE US DOES IT AGAIN!
Newsletter Jul 1999

THE INDO-PAK HOSTILITIES: Citizens speak out against war
Newsletter Jul 1999

THE MAHESHWAR DAM STRUGGLE: WOMEN AT THE FOREFRONT
Newsletter Sep 1998

NUCLEAR TESTS : POLITICS OF AGGRESSION
Newsletter Sep 1998

Closure of Industries: Worker’s Voice
Newsletter Mar 1998

SATHIN STRUGGLE : AN UPDATE
Newsletter Sep 1997

SATHIN STRUGGLE CONTINUES
Newsletter Mar 1997