Come to the No Sweat Conference!

Submitted by Anon on 26 November, 2003 - 11:48

By Mark Osborn

A key question of the 21st century is how the unity of activists and trade unionists across national frontiers can be forged. Capital is well organised and protected. How can we be better organised?

And how can the left help the new labour movements in countries like China build?

The No Sweat conference in Sheffield, over the weekend of 29-30 November, will be a good place for activists to take stock of our achievements, swap ideas, debate and plan future activities. It is an arena where trade unionists and anti-capitalist young people can meet up with environmentalists and anti-sweatshop camapigners. You must be there.
The No Sweat conference in Sheffield, over the weekend of 29-30 November, will be a good place for activists to take stock of our achievements, swap ideas, debate and plan future activities. It is an arena where trade unionists and anti-capitalist young people can meet up with environmentalists and anti-sweatshop camapigners. You must be there.

The SINTRAINAL Coca Cola union from Colombia, Jeremy Dear, General Secretary of the NUJ, Alice Nutter from Chumbawamba, the National Organiser of United Students Against Sweatshops. What do they all have in common?

They are all coming to the No Sweat Conference.

Are you? If so, you will be joined by activists from Corporate Watch, People and Planet, DSEI direct action organisers, the International Leather, Textiles and Garment Workers Union, Labour Behind the Label, the Haiti Support Group and many more.

There will be films, practical workshops and discussions plus a social on the Saturday night to raise funds for the sacked workers at Tarrant Garments in Mexico. Get your ticket now and tell your friends, workmates and comrades.

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