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.
Africa Programme at Liberation
1st May 2014
In addition to our team of dedicated volunteers,
Liberation is seeks work with undergraduates who are in their
second or third year on a course relating to International Politics
Middle East Programme at Liberation
7st May 2014
The Liberation Middle East Programme
is offering work placement to undergraduate students studying
Middle East Studies, Politics, International Relations, International
Security, or any other relevant degree programme