The Executive Committee of the Young Communist League has released the following statement to mark the 75th Anniversary of Victory over Fascism in Europe.
The Young Communist League has released the following statement to mark the United Nation’s International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2020.
As part of a month long build up to International Women’s Day celebrations on the 8th of March, the YCL will be publishing daily articles highlighting the exemplary role played by women in the international communist and working class movement. Today, we pay tribute to Sophie Scholl, renowned anti Nazi activist. YCLers are encouraged to […]
The Young Communist League has released the following statement in response to today’s so called ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ demonstration.
Young Communists take to Britain’s streets in solidarity with comrades facing repression in Ukraine. BRITAIN’S Young Communists took to the streets across Britain on Saturday [10 February 2018] in solidarity with their comrades facing repression in Ukraine. They gathered in London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester to protest against the Kiev regime’s “violation of the political […]
YCL address to International Communist Youth on the achievements of the October Revolution #WFYS2017
On 18 October 2017, YCL General Secretary Owain Holland addressed a meeting of International Communist Youth Organisations at the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students celebrating the achievements of the Great October Socialist Revolution in 1917
Solidarity with Antifascist Resistance in Ukraine (SARU www.ukraineantifascistsolidarity.wordpress.com) has organised a public protest against Ukraine’s new laws to criminalise Communism and glorify Nazi collaborators for Saturday the 25th of July. The YCL as an affiliate and supporter of SARU urges people to support this important event. Stand up to support our sister Party in Ukraine […]
A historic joint statement of the Communist Parties of Britain, Russia, France, Germany and the United States of America. 8/9 May 2015.
Yesterday the Young Communist League (YCL) was amongst those commemorating the victims of the fascist attack on the House of Trade Unions in Odessa, Ukraine one year ago. 42 people – including communists, trade unionists and antifascists – were killed in the premeditated massacre by fascists in support of the new Kiev regime on May […]
On May 2, 2014 armed fascists attacked the House of Trade Unions in Odessa and carried out a horrific sustained massacre on all those inside. The Ukrainian authorities have not held the perpetrators to account for their crimes.