From the souks to the favelas, from the Dalit colonies to the Rohingya camps, and from Crimea, to Kashmir, to the scattered outposts of Diego Garcia. Among numerous other places.
The other key contributor to that combination of a national and and a global, a trade unionist and a broader activist profile has been the Durham Miners' Association, which has sat at the centre of such a network throughout living memory, although never more so than under Davey Hopper.
Davey never re-joined the Labour Party after he had left it over the war in Afghanistan and over the neglect of the former coalfield communities by the Blair Government. We owe it to his memory to elect no Labour member whatever to Durham County Council on 4th May.
That would be heard wherever Davey's name was known, and wherever George's name is known.
As would George's election at Manchester Gorton on that same day. His online offerings drop more than enough hints. He is an invaluable source of information about the chaotic Labour selection procedure there.
But why is he waiting for that?
If he were simply to declare, then we could begin in earnest our twin campaigns, simultaneously to remove the TAs' tormentors, among quite a few other people's, from Durham County Council, and to restore the TAs' champion, among so very many other people's, to the House of Commons.