AWL conference 2011

Greetings to conference

Submitted by martin on 26 October, 2011 - 5:38

From Okde, Greece; Lalit, Mauritius; NPA, France; Olivier Delbeke (Le Militant, France); David Finkel (Solidarity, USA). Representatives of L'Etincelle (France), Ni Patrie Ni Frontieres (France), and the Worker Communist Party of Kurdistan attended the conference and gave greetings by word of mouth. Click here to download pdf.

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AWL debates the crisis

Submitted by Matthew on 28 September, 2011 - 11:26

“Global economy pushed to brink” read the front-page headline of the Financial Times as the AWL’s national committee met on 24 September to discuss amendments and redrafts of the main documents up for debate at AWL annual conference on 22-23 October.

We decided that the conference agenda should be geared around the challenges posed by a very-possible new capitalist crash, and an almost-certain extended capitalist depression.

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Preparing for Workers' Liberty conference

Submitted by Matthew on 21 September, 2011 - 10:55

The AWL’s annual conference, which decides our policy, sets the framework for our activity and elects our leadership for a year, will take place in London on 22-23 October. AWL has grown by nearly 50% in the last year; this will be our biggest conference for some time.

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How the AWL’s democracy works

Submitted by AWL on 3 August, 2011 - 3:58

The AWL’s annual conference takes place on 22-23 October. Because we are a relatively small organisation, the conference is open to all members; but because we have grown substantially in the last year, this will be the first conference many AWLers attend.


Submitted by AWL on Thu, 04/08/2011 - 22:21

Because their 'constitution' is a classic example of a) their ridiculous pretensions and revolutionary play-acting and b) how a group can make a lot of noise about being democratic but lack basic democratic structural guarantees.

Sacha Ismail

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