Report back from Xinjiang

Aymeric Monville is a French philosopher, director of the Les éditions Delga publishing house in Paris, and deputy editor-in-chief of La Pensée magazine. We are pleased to re-publish the following report of his recent (August 2023) trip to Xinjiang, China.

The report responds directly to the obscene anti-Chinese propaganda that has been raging for several years in the Western media regarding ostensible human rights abuses against China’s Uyghur population.

The success of Chinese socialism

Kate Woolford and Rares Cocilnau examine China’s radical growth since the mid-20th century, and how her democratic structures, cooperative foreign policy and commitment to socialism have been maintained throughout this time.

Wrong Bosses

Eilis O’ Keefe makes the case for organising against bosses big and small.

The 51st Congress of the Young Communist League

Last weekend, Britain’s young Communists met in Croydon to vote on the ideology and activity that will now guide their branches for the next 24 months. John Wrawe reports on an ambitious and professional event.

Originally published in the Morning Star (02/09/23)

The YCL’s 51st congress: working class democracy and renewing the communist movement

This weekend the Young Communist League’s 51st congress will meet at Ruskin House, Croydon, the contemporary home of Britain’s resurgent communist movement. The event will welcome over 100 delegates, representing branches, districts and nations from across Britain, to discuss and debate the current position and the future plans of our Party and YCL.