Leaflets

"Blame the establishment!" leaflet on the riots

Published on: Tue, 09/08/2011 - 16:22

Attached below is a model leaflet discussing the issues involved in the riots, with a list of demands to use as a model motion for union branches and campaigns.

There are two different versions: one for London advertising our 17 August forum "Are the riots justified? The police, the riots and working-class resistance" and one for outside London with a blank space to advertise meetings.

Building the struggle on fees and EMA after 9 December

Published on: Wed, 08/12/2010 - 18:18

AWL leaflet for 9 December student demonstration. Click here to download pdf, or read online below

Build student-worker unity: keep the movement going!
Unions and student activists should call a national demonstration for January

Today, 9 December, it is likely that parliament will vote in favour of a massive hike in tuition fees. We cannot accept that as decisive defeat!

In 2006 the movement against the CPE law in France, which would have allowed bosses to summarily sack workers under the age of 26, continued after the French parliament passed the legislation and eventually forced its repeal.

10 reasons you should join Workers' Liberty

Published on: Fri, 25/09/2009 - 18:04

Many more people than relatively recently — particularly but not only young people — are thinking about socialist politics. There are a number of socialist organisations: why join Workers' Liberty? In this new broadsheet we make the case for being a socialist activist with the AWL.

To get in touch, email awl@workersliberty.org or ring 020 7394 8923 or 07891495541

London AWL publishes newsletter of activities

Published on: Wed, 19/09/2007 - 14:51

The London committee of the AWL has published a newsletter with details of activities and meetings over the months October to December.

These include:
* a series covering the AWL basic education programme (Thursday evenings, 18:00, at the Camera Cafe, 44 Museum St, London WC1);
* regular distribution of the Workers' Liberty Tubeworker bulletin;
* pickets of the Israeli embassy - please note, these have been moved to Wednesday evenings (18:00 - 19:00) from the Monday evenings advertised in the newsletter;
* day schools on 27 October and 24 November;
* AWL London forums on the third Thursday of

Labour Executive backs plan to abolish conference democracy

Published on: Tue, 18/09/2007 - 20:10
Author

Martin Thomas

The Labour Party National Executive Committee, meeting on 18 September, has endorsed Gordon Brown's plan to ban unions and local Labour Parties from putting motions to Labour Party conference.

A rule change will go to Labour Party conference, which starts on 23 September in Bournemouth.

The one "concession" by Brown is that the rule change can be reviewed in 2009. Most big union leaders had said they would oppose Brown's plan, but with that "concession" all the union representatives on the Executive voted to ban their own unions from proposing motions on current political issues.

The Executive

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