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The Quebec Student Strike and the global struggle to defend education

By ISSE, July 2, 2012

For nearly five months, students in the Canadian province of Quebec have been waging a courageous struggle to oppose the government’s drive to increase tuition rates by 82 percent.

David North speaks in defense of Leon Trotsky at Cornell University

By Tom Mackaman, May 3, 2012

Socialist Equality Party National Chairman David North spoke to an overflow crowd at Cornell University, in Ithaca, New York, in defense of Leon Trotsky against attacks by academic historians.

Germany’s ISSE, SEP denounce attacks on meetings in defence of Günter Grass

April 28, 2012

The International Students for Social Equality has issued a statement to the German press denouncing the attacks on their meetings held in defence of Günter Grass

SEP/ISSE meetings in Australia and New Zealand

Oppose the US-Australia war preparations against China

April 26, 2012

Through the military agreements with the Obama administration, the Gillard Labor government has unconditionally aligned itself with US war preparations against China.

In the face of state repression, government intransigence:

Quebec student strike at a crossroads

By the International Students for Social Equality, April 18, 2012

The two month-old Quebec student strike must become the catalyst for a working class counter-offensive against the destruction of jobs and public services.

ISSE Emergency Meeting in Montreal this Sunday

Quebec student strike at the crossroads: Students must turn to the working class

April 14, 2012

The International Students for Social Equality is holding an emergency meeting in Montreal this Sunday to discuss the way forward for the militant struggle students are mounting against the Quebec government’s plan to raise university tuition fees by 75 percent.

Oppose the job cuts at University of Sydney!

By the International Students for Social Equality, April 3, 2012

The cuts are bound up with the federal Labor government’s market-driven “education revolution” funding scheme.

Taser death in Australia: A warning to youth

By the International Students for Social Equality, March 29, 2012

The ISSE condemns the police killing of young Brazilian student Roberto Laudisio Curti in Sydney’s CBD on March 18.

Quebec student strike:

A strategy to mobilize the working class is needed

By Richard Dufour, March 27, 2012

The student strike against the Quebec Liberal government’s drastic increase in university tuition fees is at a crossroads.

The student debt explosion

By Andre Damon, March 14, 2012

Rising default rates on student loans reflect the social disaster facing young people.

Quebec’s striking students must turn to the working class!

By International Students for Social Equality, February 29, 2012

Students must consciously reach out to workers as allies in a common battle and fight to transform the student strike against tuition fee increases into a unified struggle in defense of all public services, all social programmes, and all jobs.

ISSE opposes extradition of UK student Richard O’Dwyer

By Julie Hyland, February 13, 2012

The International Students for Social Equality held a meeting in defence of student Richard O’Dwyer, on his campus at Sheffield Hallam University.