Workers' Liberty Australia

Submitted by Janet on 4 April, 2016 - 12:00

What we stand for

• Independent working-class representation in politics.

• A workers’ government, based on and accountable to the labour movement.

• A workers’ charter of trade union rights — to organise, to strike, to picket effectively, and to take solidarity action.

• Public ownership of essential industries, and taxation of the rich to fund renewable energy and environmental protection, decent public services, homes, education and jobs for all.

• A workers’ movement that fights all forms of oppression. Full equality for women, and social provision to free women from domestic labour. For reproductive justice: free abortion on demand; the right to choose when and whether to have children. Full equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Indigenous control of indigenous affairs. Working class unity against racism.

• Free refugees, let them stay, right for workers to remain in Australia without insecurity of short term visas.

• Global solidarity against global capital — workers everywhere have more in common with each other than with their capitalist or Stalinist rulers.

• Democracy at every level of society, in trade unions, and from the smallest workplace or community to global social organisation.

• Equal rights for all nations, against imperialists and predators big and small.

• Maximum left unity in action, and openness in debate.

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Workers' Liberty newsletter No 69 (Summer 2017/2018) includes:


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• Launching Change the Rules
• Religious right routed in marriage equality “vote”
• Northcote By-election
• Queensland MUA global solidarity conference: injecting class politics
• Fake housing shortage: homes not investments
• Why the British Leyland shop stewards lost
• Catalonia: rights and unity
• Zimbabwe power struggle: no gain for workers
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• Capitalist disease, Australian politics and a Marxist response: conference greetings
 

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