Resources index page
Joining the AWL: why and how
To join the AWL, email us with your contact details, or contact your local AWL branch, and an AWL organiser will arrange to meet you and sort it out.
Why join the AWL? - the basic arguments for solidarity and workers' liberty. Downloadable as pdf, plain text, 11K or in four-page version with graphics, 938K).
What we think: about class struggle, socialism, Stalinism, national conflicts, imperialism, trade unions and much more.
Our case for unity of the working-class socialist left
Signing up new members to the AWL: a checklist (pdf, 12K). Check this out to see an outline of what joining the AWL involves; also the membership agreement form for new members joining the AWL (pdf, 2K).
Political education and study courses
AWL basic political education course, and other educational and study courses. (98K).
Reference documents and forms for AWL members
Standing order form for financial contributions to the AWL (pdf, 2K).
The AWL constitution. Also downloadable as pdf (10K).
Introductory briefing for new members of the AWL. Also downloadable as pdf (10K).
Contributions assessment form for members (pdf, 4K).
Guidelines and information on organising AWL activity
Organiser's pack - advice and guidance for AWL branch organisers (pdf file, 88K).
Workplace bulletins - how to write and produce them (pdf, 64K).
Workplace bulletins - the political case for them, and some experiences from the history of the revolutionary movement.
AWL conferences, Activist Notes, and discussion bulletins
Check out the decisions of the AWL conferences 2003, 2002 and 2000; AWL Activist Notes; and AWL discussion bulletins.
See links direct from the home page to subscribe to Solidarity or Workers' Liberty.
The Fate of the Russian Revolution: Lost Texts of Critical Marxism
List of publications
Buy WL publications on-line
Books for socialists
Karl Marx's Capital, abridged by Otto Ruhle
Capital study course