A second two-day strike began last night of RMT members on London’s tubes, bringing the underground system largely to a halt. After eight weeks of negotiations following the first strike, London Underground management was still […]
Stop the extreme group of monks called Bodu Bala Sena in who ignites the religious hatred, enmity and violent oppressions against Muslims and other minority religious groups. https://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/the-director-stop-the-extreme-group-of-monks-called-bodu-bala-sena-in-who-ignites-the-religious-hatred-enmity-and-violent-oppressions-against-muslims-and-other-minority-religious-groups This petition aims to gather opposition to […]
Tamil Solidarity would like to thank Paul Murphy, Socialist Party MEP Dublin, Ireland, for his consistent and determined work for justice for the Tamil-speaking people of Sri Lanka, as they face continued military occupation and […]
In 2009 the government announced that the LTTE has been wiped out from the country with the end of the armed conflict. However, in the past few weeks there have been a number of arrests, […]
Tamil Solidarity condemns the ban of 15 diaspora organisations and news website colombotelegraph and the black-listing of around 424 individuals. This reflects the dictatorial nature of Sri Lankan regime and its continued suppression of democracy […]
-Keerthikan Thennavan Some diaspora organisations are hailing the recent UNHRC resolution as a great step forward for Tamils. However, the resolution only calls on the Sri Lankan government to conduct an “independent and credible investigation […]
UNHRC resolution proves Tories no friends of Tamils -Tamil Solidarity calls for ‘no votes for Tories’.
When the British government proposed a farce of an ‘international inquiry’ against Sri Lanka Tamil Solidarity warned against falling for the Tory trick. It was a desperate attempt to counter the bad publicity the Tories […]