Colombia’s ELN storms military base – necessary context behind the attack
Oliver Dodd writes on why the ELN are still fighting against the Colombian govenment
Communist health: the USSR’s culture of physical fitness and how it compares to the West today
Mateusz Naglik challenges the right-wing narrative that “communists are either obese or malnourished, and that fascists, conservatives, and so on are the ones in shape.”
‘We don’t want to be slaves’: Meet the People’s Liberation Army of Burma
Michael Christopher reports from Myanmar, on the People’s Liberation Army of Burma.
This article was originally published on People’s World on 12 May 2023.
‘Until Victory’, the YCL May Day declaration 2023
On Saturday 6 May 2023, members of the Young Communist League of Britain gathered in central Manchester to celebrate their May Day with the following declaration, before marching through the city centre to the statue of Friedrich Engels:
The end of the ages?
Tomasz Nowak challenges ‘doomerism’, arguing why young people should take a stand to save our planet before it’s too late
<strong>Against Culture Wars, Cancellations and Individualism; for Comradely Debate, Humility, Discipline and Democratic Centralism</strong>
YCL General Secretary Johnnie Hunter on the damaging organisational trends bred by capitalism and online media, as well as how to identify and defeat them.
Land ownership and the right to roam in the shadow of the Kinder Scout Mass Trespass
Manchester Young Communist League explains why the actions of the 1932 trespassers remain relevant today
Forward to our 51st Congress!
“In August 2023 the Young Communist League will hold its Congress, the highest decision-making body of our organisation, which takes place every two years,” writes Robin Talbot
Silicon Valley Bank: how capitalism creates banking crises
Following the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Eillis Rae examines how capitalism’s nature causes financial disasters to occur.
Strike militancy and escalation
Eben Dombay Williams writes about what workers in Britain can learn from the protests in France, and how we can increase trade union militancy