one of the oldest human rights organisations,
was founded in 1954 as the Movement for Colonial Freedom.
For more than half a century it has campaigned, along side other
anti-imperialist forces, to rid the world of colonialism. In 1958
its name was changed to Liberation, an organisation that today
opposes neo-colonialism, economic exploitation and racism.
At Liberation we undertake
research and action centred on the prevention and curtailment
of human rights violations,
across a broad spectrum of countries.
As an international and inter-connecting organisation, Liberation
engages in advocacy work, supporting and standing in solidarity
with other like-minded organisations. Liberation provides a space
and framework to highlight
and discuss issues of concern with the United Nations, the British
Parliament, the International Labour Organisation and Trade Unions.