All posts tagged The Exchange

The Exchange Issue #3

The third issue of The Exchange focuses on ongoing struggles to build effective resistance to austerity, and the attempts to build unity across the left. The exchanges here try to look to the problems of the left and wider social movements – to ask […]

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The Exchange Issue #2

The second issue of The Exchange brings together a range of articles looking at the struggles we face against austerity and the issues we face building a movement of resistance. The exchanges here try to look to the problems of […]

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Why we need a universal basic income

by Andrew and Elliot, Thames Valley Plan C Since the 2008 financial crisis it has become increasingly impossible to survive on wage labour. In real terms, wages in the UK have declined by 5.5 percent since 2010; the fourth worst […]

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Building in our communities

As part of its efforts to dig itself out of irrelevance as a political force in British politics, the Left must re-examine the efficacy of its interactions with oppressed peoples. The various activities that have sprung up in reaction to […]

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Combat alienation with alienated forms?

As a supporter of the Anti-Capitalist Initiative I often speak about unifying the left and “pluralism”, but often it feels as if we are going through the motions, spouting ‘progressive’ (as in more progressive than the groups we have been […]

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The Exchange Issue #1

The Exchange Issue #1 This paper was put together by a working group from the Anti-Capitalist Initiative in Manchester. We looked to organisations and activists who we thought, through our own experience and work alongside them, had something distinctive, critical […]

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Building the revolutionary project

Preeti Kaur discusses participation, oppression, and the revolutionary project

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