After a few days in Lagos I met Joseph, a socialist activist from Ghana, who, like me, had come to attend the conference of the Democratic Socialist Movement of Nigeria.

At the 2001 Labour Party conference Tony Blair set out his "moral commitment" to the world. He told the delegates that if Rwanda happened again today we would have a moral duty to act to stop it. However, the British government actually contributed to the slaughter by reducing the peacekeeping forces on the...

The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) condemns the arrest and detention of six human rights and labour activists and the dispersal of a United Action for Democracy (UAD) rally by the Nigerian Police today Wednesday, 3rd December, 2003 at Yaba, Lagos.

Reports on this website (see below) have given a vivid picture of the crisis facing Nigeria and the activities of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM, the cwi’s affiliate in Nigeria).

The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) welcomes the reversal of the recent increase in the prices of petroleum products by the Federal Government and the oil marketing companies.

George Bush has recently shown a keen interest in African affairs, from moves to combat the spread of HIV to the strengthening of diplomatic and military ties with a number of governments.

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