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Supporters Update – January 2014

As we get some distance from the festive period Anticapitalist Initiative (ACI) activists across the country are getting back stuck in on a variety of fronts. Below is a brief round-up of just some of the work supporters are involved […]

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Southwark Fire Station shut down by Boris

As the Southwark Fire Station started its last day, locals and supporters assembled this morning in solidarity with the firefighter’s struggle, Joana Ramiro reports.

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MP of the radical left in Argentina to speak in London

These upcoming meetings might be of interest to supporters and friends of the Anticapitalist Initiative Christian Castillo, recently elected deputy for Buenos Aires Province, will be speaking on the recent election campaign, waged by the Workers’ and Left Front (FIT) […]

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How should revolutionary organisations operate?

A contribution to the discussion on the construction and functioning of revolutionary organisations, coming out of the crisis of the Left by Mark Booth. The revolutionary left in Britain is going through a period of renewal. Shaken to its core […]

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ACI National Conference – 7 December 2013

All ACI supporters are invited to our national conference in Manchester in December 2013.

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Building Unity, Taking Power: Left Histories and Contemporary Practice

SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER, 1pm – 5pm Building Unity, Taking Power: Left Histories and Contemporary Practice   Speakers: John Riddell – editor of books on the international revolutionary movement from 1907 to 1923. Kate Hudson – author of The New European Left: a […]

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Challenging Police Harrassment and Racism: The Northern Police Monitoring Project

This piece from The Northern Police Monitoring Project talks about why they were set up and what they’re doing. Stephen Lawrence, Surveillance of Communities, Deaths in Custody, Sean Rigg, Harassment and brutality, Agent Provocateurs, Christopher Alder, Delegitimising and Slandering Community […]

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Teachers on strike to beat Gove’s attacks

On October 17th thousands of teachers will strike in the third of the NUT/NASUWT’s regional days of action. The strikes are in opposition to government attacks on pay, pensions and working conditions, attacks that are dizzying in their scale and […]

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