Why a revolutionary workers' organisation organises among students
Only the organised, mobilised working class can overthrow capitalism. But students, who represent the biggest collective concentrations of young people in this society, can play an important role - using our time and access to resources to think about the world, develop ideas and get politically educated; bringing spark and enthusiasm to campaigns and revolutionary organisation; getting organised to fight for our rights and linking up with workers in struggle. Often students have played a catalytic role for working-class struggle - from Britain in 2010/11, on a small scale, to the dramatic sweep of France in 1968. And of course, when most students leave university, they will have the opportunity to organise at work and become labour movement activists.