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Chile: student movement grows from kiss-in towards general strike

A mass movement of school and university students has Chile’s right wing president Sebastián Piñera on the ropes. Jeremy Dewar reports…

Charlie Gilmour: another example of political sentencing

Another outrageous prison sentence has been handed down to a protester, writes Rachel Brooks Charlie Gilmour, son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour, has been jailed for 16 months for…

The Demise of the Public University

There was a time when the neoliberal campus was just a coveted aspiration of the political right. Now students and lecturers live with the heavy burden of its realisation, writes…

Open letter: Grave concerns over NCAFC 5 June conference

From anticuts.com We have grave concerns about the recent Ncafc conference – both how it was organised and the outcome of the conference, which imposed a new set of structures…

NCAFC “reinvigoration meeting”: why we didn’t stand for the committee

Statement by Revolution Many student activists will be wondering why we did not stand for, or vote, in the elections for a steering committee at the recent “reinvigoration” meeting of…

Chair of Birkbeck Union hammers A.C Grayling’s new private university for rich kids

A new private university, New College of Humanities, is set to offer degrees with big name intellectuals for the outrageous sum of £18,000. Scandalously, it plans to be part of…

Education and resistance: next steps for the student movement

As the student academic year draws to a close, the summer is a good time for reflection on the year that was. John Bowman provides a balance sheet for Revolution.…

Unpaid internships: an exploitive trick

Increasing numbers of young people are being forced to work for free as school leavers, college leavers and university graduates enter a flat jobs market, writes Rachel Brooks.…

The problem of autonomism

Luke Cooper discusses the growing phenomenon of autonomism in the anti-cuts and student movement  …

Joana Pinto speaks to NUS conference: “together we can win”

Joana Pinto stood for the Vice President Union Development position at this years NUS conference. Below is her speech, calling for a fighting students union…

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