World Federation of Democratic Youth marks International Migrants Day 2020

The World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) issued a statement today marking International Migrants Day 2020, condemning the role of imperialism in creating migrant crises and at the same time using racism and xenophobia to disorientate working people.

WFDY: imperialism is the greatest threat to human rights, freedom, peace & sovereignty

The World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) has issued a statement yesterday to mark International Human Rights Day 2020.

Today, on Human Rights Day, we must highlight that imperialism poses a threat to international peace, freedom, sovereignty and human rights. As we said in our 20th General Assembly, “these crimes committed by the world’s imperialist forces (such as NATO, USA, EU and their allies) on their way to advance their position in the international imperialist system, posed a serious threat to the international peace and at the same time to peoples’ own freedom, sovereignty and human rights.”

You can read the full thematic resolution on peace, freedom and human rights from WFDY’s 20th General Assembly.

WFDY marks International Students’ Day highlighting demands for education

The World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) celebrated International Day Students’ Day by highlighting the analysis and demands for education made during WFDY’s 20th General Assembly held in Cyprus last year. You can read the full resolution here.

WFDY condemns occupation of Western Sahara and Moroccan attacks on civilians

The World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) has issued a statement denouncing the ongoing occupation of Western Sahara by Morocco in breach of international law and recent violent actions which have included attacks on civilians.

The World Federation of Democratic Youth fights on

President of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY), Aritz Rodríguez, heralds the approaching 75th anniversary of this unique internationalist movement that now rallies in support of Lebanon.

Barbados to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state

The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, announced its intention today to remove Queen Elizabeth as its head of state and become a republic before the end of next year in time for the 55th anniversary of independence from Britain.

President of Union of Lebanese Democratic Youth: “As I talk to you now, Beirut is burning”

Following the devastating Beirut explosion, Robin Talbot and Ewan Simpson speak to Union of Lebanese Democratic Youth president Adnan Al-Mokdad about his organisation’s response and the fast-moving political situation in Lebanon.