Book you seat on the Oxford transport to the March 16 No to Racism No to Fascism demonstration


Join hundreds of thousands of people around the world standing up to  racism and fascism on Saturday 16 March

On Saturday 16 March, cities across the world from Warsaw Washington DC will march together against racism & the rise of the international far right.

International coordination will see demonstrations in 41 cities worldwide, in the US (New York & Washington DC); Brazil; Germany; Austria; Poland; Hungary; Greece; Catalonia & Spain; Denmark; Netherlands; Ireland; France; Turkey; Australia; Canada.See the new international website, with an interactive map showing where demonstrations are taking place globally. We'll be using the hashtag: #WorldAgainstRacism 

In London we will be marching from the Embassy district of London to show solidarity will the millions resisting the far-right across the world, to Downing Street to deliver the message to Theresa May that we want an end to the hostile environment, Justice for Grenfell and that we stand together against hatred & division.

From Trump in the US, right across Europe and back to Bolsanaro in Brazil the racist and fascist right are on the rise. 

In Britain the Tories are scapegoating refugees to deflect attention from their Brexit crisis. The racist and fascist right - from UKIP and Nazi Tommy Robinson to the fake “yellow vests” who threatened Owen Jones and attacked railworkers picket lines in Manchester - are also trying to grow.

It is vital that while the likes of Steve Bannon are trying to link up the far right on an international scale, we build the links between anti-racists and anti-fascists across international borders. 

In Britain whether you voted Leave or Remain in the EU referendum, we all have to unite against the growth of racism, Islamophobia and anti-semitism and against the growth of the far right. Join us in London on 16 March

Book your seat on the Oxford transport here. Assemble 12 noon, Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London.

Friday 8 March: Love Music Hate Racism campaign launch
Love Music Hate Racism has announced a new two-week campaign #BeautifulResistance, taking a stand against hatred, bigotry and division. It aims to empower people through a shared love of music. A host of events are planned, including a gig for the campaign launch on International Women’s Day (March 8), supported by numerous high-profile artists, major labels Warner, Sony & Universal & leading indies Beggars Group & Domino, plus other music industry organisations.Take a selfie in your workplace, college or community.
Monday 11 March: Trade union impact day
Trade unions have brought together their communications teams to have a major social media day of action on 11 March to build the demonstrations on 16 March using #Unions4Unity.
Do something on this day in your workplace, get together colleagues, sign up to the collection sheet for the demonstration, and take selfies (PDF’s all downloadable HERE) to show active support and share pictures and events on social media with the unions’ hashtag, along with #WorldAgainstRacism and #NoRacismNoFascism


  • Friday 12 April:  Oxford Love Music Hate Racism gig Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind plus Deadbeat Apostles at the Bullingdon Arms, Cowley Rd.  Get your tickets here

    • Saturday 11 May: Migrants make the NHS block on Oxford march for the NHS.  Assemble 11 AM Manzil Way Green, Cowley Road, East Oxford.

  • Saturday 18 May:  Oxford Love Music Hate Racism stage @ Ruskin College 120th anniversary celebrations with Kioko, Peggy Seeger, Steve White & the Protest Family, Call.Me.Tiece, Jen Berkova, Raouf Adear plus more £6 in advance/£8 OTD.  Book tickets here

  • Saturday 22nd June:  Oxford Love Music Hate festival 2pm-midnight @ The Isis Farmhouse, Iffley Lock on the river Thames