All posts tagged trade unions

Building a new revolutionary organisation

Stuart King makes some proposals for debate in the revolutionary unity process.

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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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The People’s Assembly: what might ‘building from below’ really mean?

Luke Cooper discusses the potential and pitfalls of this Saturday’s People’s Assembly Against Austerity The People’s Assembly has resulted in a considerable bout of energetic debate on the British left, ranging from the super-supportive, to the cynically-critical, and those, on […]

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On the path to a service economy: made in post-China™

Ashok Kumar and Alex Gawenda look at the implications of China’s rise for the organisation of global production and the labour force

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Video: Zita Holbourne on racism, riots and resistance

In the third of our Radical Voices interview series we spoke to anti-racist activist, poet and trade unionist, Zita Holbourne, about the riots, activism, and the fightback against the cuts.  

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Greece: seeds of hope in the despair of austerity

Greek historian and activist, Eugene Michail, discusses the country’s social decay and looks for hope in alternatives Greece is featuring less and less frequently in the international headlines. Even in the Eurogroup meetings, the Greek finance minister has happily noted […]

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Blacklisted Unite candidate speaks out

Blacklisting of workers is a ‘national scandal’. And the scandal is that it has gone on for so long and not enough was done by those shouting the loudest now, say grassroots candidate Jerry Hicks Millions of people would be […]

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Where next for grassroots activists in the NUT?

Kate Ford argues for rank and file democracy

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