30,000 join March Against Racism – National Demo for UN Anti-Racism Day – 18th March 2017

Why you should join us to #MarchAgainstRacism on the 18th March en español!


March against Trumps Muslim ban – 4th February 2017


Diane Abbott speaking to over 150 people at the Hackney Stand Up to Racism


Gary Younge speaking to over 150 people at the Hackney Stand Up to Racism


Diane Abbott – Hackney Stad up to Racism – February 2017


Gary Younge – Central London Stand up to Racism – February 2017


Join the movement – Stand Up to Racism
On Saturday 8 October over 1500 people – including Jeremy Corbyn, Diane Abbott and Alf Dubs – launched a mass movement against racism. We want to build a network of activists to support refugees and confront racism, islamophobia and antisemitism.

View all the videos from the conference plenaries and workshops here


Stand up to Racism Conference – 8th October 2016, London
Plenary: Building a movement against racism, islamophobia and antisemitism that welcomes refugees
Live streamed during the event


Stand up to Racism Conference – 8th October 2016, London
Plenary: Confronting the rise of racism, islamophobia and antisemitism
Live streamed during the event



Stand Up To Racism: Convoy to Calais at the French Embassy – 18th June 2016



Stand Up to Racism’s Refugees Welcome Here rally in Central London on 4 Nov.
Speeches from Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn, Nazma a Syrian refugee, Diane Abbott MP Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, Comedian Francesca Martinez and Weyman Bennett Joint Secretary of Stand Up to Racism.

Brilliant short clip from Stand Up To Racism’s solidarity delegation to Calais on 17 October 2015. Refugees in the so called “jungle” led a demonstration to the ferry terminal border to demand they be let in. They were accompanied by students, trade unionist, over 20 councillors, faith groups and refugee and antiracists organisations from the UK and France.

Special thanks to Jamie Noel for producing the clip. See his other work at

A joint Stand Up to Racism Birmingham (SUTR) and National Union of Teachers Birmingham (NUT) delegation head out from England to France to take and create educational resources and assist  refugees living in the camp known as ‘The Jungle’; and to document and share the stories of refugees in schools in the UK.

Birmingham NUT (National Union of Teachers) Assistant Secretary Doug Morgan talks about why he’s visiting refugees in Calais and how he plans on working with educationalists there to ensure continuous and consistent solidarity, assistance and providing of supplies. Saturday 24th October, 2015.

Filmed and edited by Adam Yosef
Interview by Danny Rees

Musician Natty performs in solidarity at the Stand Up to Racism ‘Refugees Welcome’ demonstration just outside ‘The Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais. Saturday 17th October 2015.