Micaela Tracey-Ramos

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Micaela Tracey-Ramos

Micaela Tracey-Ramos is a UNISON activist in Wirral Branch, and A Co-Chair of UNISON Northwest Young Workers. sHE was one of the UNISON delegates that went to Cuba as one of the 32 young trade unionists that went on the May Day International Solidarity Brigade.[1]

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YCL Women's Conference

In late 2022, comrades from across Britain attended the first ever Young Communist League of Britain Women’s Conference in Ruskin House.

In the opening address to conference, comrade Aymee Diaz Negrin from the Cuban Embassy "joined us to give a fascinating account of women’s liberation in Cuba. She explored the recent progressive reforms to the Cuban Family Code and the active steps the socialist state is taking to tackle machismo in Latin American culture."

In the Women and Trade Unions panel, "we heard from Micaela Tracey-Ramos, co-chair of UNISON young members; and Helen O'Connor, NHS nurse and trade union organiser. The panel was chaired by NEU rep Sarah Green.[2]

Northwest District conference

Northwest District conference of the Communist Party of Britain, October 2022.

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Back row Barrie Eckford, Bora Oktas, Paul Levy, Dean Michael, Gertie Carr, Sam Fury, Holly Vallender, Georgina Andrews, Dan Ross, Bob Oram, Evan Pritchard, Eddy Redmond.

Front row Danny Jennings, Sarah-Jane McDonough, Les Doherty, Micaela Tracey-Ramos, Gemma Aspinall.

In Portugal


Micaela Tracey-Ramos

Founding comrades

University of Liverpool Communist Society founding comrades.


Micaela Tracey-Ramos, left Mia English, center, Ellis Cuzak.



Gertie Carr, Micaela Tracey-Ramos, Georgina Andrews, Mia English, Ellis Cuzak.



Micaela Tracey-Ramos, Sam Fury, Ellis Cuzak, Mia English

May Day Brigade 2022

Micaela Tracey-Ramos

Thirty-one young trade unionists from Britain and Ireland joined 140 activists from around the world in Cuba spring 2022 on the first May Day Brigade for three years The young members representing unions Unite, UNISON, CWU, ASLEF, RMT, TSSA and USDAW were part of CSC’s 15th annual Young Trade Unionists’ May Day Brigade. Several of them had waited two years to make the trip after the original 2020 brigade had been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

After an early start from Gatwick, the group arrived at their base, the Julio Antonio Mella International Camp (CIJAM) in Artemisa province just outside Havana, on the evening of 24 April. There they met Cuban Friendship Institute (ICAP) representatives and joined up with the other volunteers from 15 countries including Chile, South Africa, Canada and the United States.

Activities were split between agricultural work, political and historical talks, visits and cultural events.

Delegates were particularly inspired to hear from two of the Miami Five heroes who visited the camp in their official capacities as leaders of two important Cuban organisations. Fernando Gonzalez, President of ICAP, and Gerardo Hernandez, National Coordinator for the Committees for the Defence of the Revolution, had both spent many years unjustly imprisoned in US jails for trying to stop terrorist attacks against their countries. During his speech, Fernando presented the group with an award for CSC and its members and affiliates for 40 years of solidarity and activism against the US blockade.

As part of the political talks about Cuban society, Gerardo was joined on a panel with other representatives of Cuba’s mass organisations, in this case the first secretary of the provincial CTC (Federation of Cuban Workers) and Diana Castillo, National organiser for the Union de Jovenes Comunistas (young communists). Following the panel discussion the groups had the opportunity to split into smaller groups and have more detailed discussions.

The highlight of the trip for most of the delegation was joining a thousand international guests from 60 countries on the tribune in front of the José Martí memorial in Revolution Square to watch the first May Day march for three years.

They shared the viewing platform with Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, former president Raul Castro, Ulises Guilarte General Secretary of the CTC, and the Miami Five heroes who signed several of the brigadistas’ flags and t-shirts. Havana residents marched in defiance against the blockade, for Cuban independence and in celebration of Cuban workers under the banner ‘Unity, commitment and victory’ (Unidad, compromiso y victoria).

Delegates included Johnnie Hunter, Michelle Byrne, Unite, Ireland, Charlotte Chapman, Unite the Union, East Midlands, Maisie D, TSSA, Ben Davis, Unite the Union, Twm Draper, CWU Great Western, Rob Kitley, ASLEF, South West, Laura Marshall, CWU, Alejandra Navarro-Woods, UNISON North West, Dan Pearce, Unite the Union, South East, Lauren Strain, Unite the Union, Scotland, Micaela Tracey-Ramos, UNISON North West, Nick West, Unite London and Eastern.

The delegation returned to Britain and Ireland energised and inspired by the brigade and pledged to continue to build solidarity with the Cuba people from within their trade unions and communities.[3]


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Micaela Tracey-Ramos is a member of the Merseyside Young Communist League and is the Communist Party of Britain.

Merseyside Young Communist League


Georgina Andrews, Micaela Tracey-Ramos, Sam Fury.

Young Labour

In August 2020, in the first student representative elections since the abolition of Labour Students, Fraser Amos, Nabeela Mowlana and Micaela Tracey-Ramos outline their socialist vision for Labour student organising "Our Plan for a Democratic, Liberated and Socialist Student Wing."


In 2020 Micaela Tracey-Ramos was a meber of Momentum (UK).[5]

She was active in the Riverside Labour Party.