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Combat Workfare: Wembley

start: 
Sat, 23/03/2013 - 13:00

Location

Poundland
492-500 High Road
HA9 7BH

North London Solidarity Federation will be going after businesses in Wembley and pushing them to stopping Workfare in their stores, in support of Boycott Workfare's Week of Action Against Workfare (18-24th March).

We're starting at Poundland on the High Road at 1pm. Bring banners, placards and bring some noise.

 

If you can't make it we're also holding pickets in Leytonstone with Feminist Fightback at the same time: https://www.facebook.com/events/575633962447411/

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National Delegate Council 24/01/13 report

At our national delegate council on 24/01/13, the Solidarity Federation officially recognised three new locals, in Calderdale, Hastings and the Solent. We also recognised a Belfast local as being in-formation prior to reaching a formal decision at national conference in April.

We also agreed to make regular donations to the Sparrow's Nest library in Nottingham which holds the collection of one of our members which stretches back to the Syndicalist Workers' Federation and is an important record of British anarcho-syndicalism. We will also be making a donation to the London anarchist bookfair collective and encourage others to do the same.

What is the National Delegate Council?

Endnotes

  1. IWA statutes, see: www.iwa-ait.org/?q=statutes
  2. Quoted in Abel Paz, Durruti – the people armed.
  3. Unit 24 of SelfEd – SolFed’s self-education course on anarcho-syndicalism. See: www.selfed.org.uk
  4. John Quail, The slow burning fuse, p. 246-247.

Introduction

“Against the offensive of capital and politicians of all hues, all the revolutionary workers of the world must build a real International Association of Workers, in which, each member will know that the emancipation of the working class will only be possible when the workers themselves, in their capacities as producers, manage to prepare themselves in their economic organisations to take possession of the land and the factories and enable themselves to administer them jointly, in such a way that they will be able to continue production and social life.”

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