AWL

AWL has moved offices. New address!

AWL
AWL has moved offices. Please take note of our new address, and send a contribution to our fund appeal for moving offices and taking our paper Solidarity weekly.

AWL's new address is 20E Tower Workshops, Riley Road, London SE1 3DG.

The new office is better situated, in better physical condition, and better set up for our tasks than the old one.

There are still things to do on setting up in the new place; please take this into account if we have a few glitches in the settling-in period.

Phone: 020 7394 8923.

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

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Payments by credit or debit card via PayPal, by internet bank transfer, or by post.
  • Make a one-off donation or payment by credit or debit card (or PayPal account) through the PayPal button below (please use the facility on the PayPal site to indicate what the payment is for); or
  • Do an internet bank transfer to "AWL", account 20047674 at Unity Trust Bank, Birmingham, 08-60-01 (please email awl@workersliberty.org to notify us of the payment and what it is for); or
  • Send a cheque payable to "AWL" to AWL, 20E Tower Workshops, Riley Rd, London SE1 3DG (with a note saying what it's for); or
  • To start or increase a standing order to AWL:
    • use your internet banking facilities with the AWL account details above, or:
    • click here to download a standing order form, complete the form, and mail it to 20E Tower Workshops, or:
    • use one of the "subscribe" buttons below to make a regular payment via PayPal.
  • In the eurozone, make payments in euros to account IBAN: GB59 CPBK 0802 1110 0118 69, Bic: CPBKGB22. In Australia, make payments to AWL by internet bank transfer to account 515402 at Westpac, BSB 734-078. (Please email awl@workersliberty.org to notify us of the payment and what it is for).





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The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

AWL versus SWP

Material for an AWL day school, November/ December 2005, and other stuff on the political differences between AWL and SWP.

Download all the stuff for the dayschool as pdf (570 Kb), or read individual items below.

"AWL vs SWP" day school, November/ December 2005

Discussion points for the day school

1. Transitional programme vs fake ultra-leftism

Material for an AWL day school, November/ December 2005, and other stuff on the political differences between AWL and SWP.

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Help us raise £15,000

Workers’ Liberty is calling for a Labour vote in the general. But we don’t think a Labour government will be the solution to austerity.

Workers will need to fight hard to make the Labour government serve them. But by throwing out the Tories, we can take one step towards changing the labour movement so it fights effectively. It will help the audience for socialist ideas to grow.

Workers’ Liberty stands for a society where the crises, exploitation and inequality of capitalism are replaced by collective ownership and sustainable planing for people's needs — socialism.

We are launching a fundraising drive to raise £15,000 by our annual conference in November. Will you help us reach that target?

The AWL, Labour and the Left: 

Publications: 

Identity politics made me a socialist

Author: 

Elllie Clarke

My mum recently ran into an old drama tutor of mine and it came up during conversation that I had become an active socialist. Apparently my tutor laughed and said “Well, that was always on the cards for Ellie”.

It made me laugh thinking about the ill-informed 16 year-old my tutor had known. The one with more chip than shoulder, and an ego that would’ve made Kanye cringe. But it also made me think: was it really already on the cards back then?

True, the groundwork for my politics were laid a long time ago. I owe a lot of my worldview to my parents.

Becoming a socialist through identity politics.

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