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From The Socialist newspaper, 26 October 2006

Discussion forum Sunday 26 November 10am-12 noon

How to build a trade union in your workplace

Speakers: Tracy Edwards (PCS Young Members national convenor); Sean Figg (Usdaw); Steve North (Unison); Tony Mulhearn (PCS); Roger Bannister (Unison)

The speakers in this session are a combination of a new young generation of fighting union activists and some longstanding militants with years of experience of building and campaigning in the workplace. For trade unionists and young workers in particular this will be a vital session at Socialism 2006.

Other trade union sessions at Socialism 2006 include:

Closing rally Sunday 26 November 3-4.30pm

Who can offer young people a future?

Speakers include: Sarah Sachs-Eldridge (International Socialist Resistance), Matt Dobson (Socialist Students), Owen Jones (Labour Representation Committee), Mark Clarke (Conservative Future national chair), Benjamin Biggs (Liberal Democrat Youth and Students).

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Come and discuss the fightback

SOCIALISM 2006 is a weekend of discussion and debate hosted by the Socialist Party taking place on 25 and 26 November 2006. If you are involved in a campaign against cuts and privatisation, if you have been on strike to defend your pay and conditions, or if you are just interested in discussing how we can change this profit-hungry world, come along to Socialism 2006.

Britain

NHS, education, housing, pensions - how can we defend public services?

International

Find out about the struggles of workers and the oppressed - Venezuela, Bolivia, France, Chile, Greece and more...

Socialism

Is society still divided into classes, can socialism be achieved in a globalised world, could a socialist planned economy save the planet?

When

Saturday 3pm-5pm. Sunday 10am-4.30pm, 25 and 26 November.

Where

Seminars and debates will be held at ULU, Malet St, London WC1.

Rally for Socialism, will be at Friends Meeting House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1.

Ticket prices

Weekend - 20 waged

10 unwaged/low paid

Rally/one day only 10 waged

5 unwaged/low paid

Make cheques payable to Socialism and send to PO Box 24697, London E11 1YD

020 8988 8767 socialism@socialistparty.org.uk

www.socialism2006.net

Why not click here to join the Socialist Party, or click here to donate to the Socialist Party.


In The Socialist 26 October 2006:

Unite and fight to save the NHS

The battle to defend the health service

How can we build an effective campaign to defend the NHS?

A socialist programme for the NHS

Protests force partial retreat from cuts

Marching for the NHS in Torquay

"Action to defend our birthright"

Sack the bosses not the nurses


Socialist Students

Students join the fightback

No to attacks on democratic rights

Chilean students fight Pinochet's legacy


Socialism 2006

Rally for socialism!

NHS SOS


Workplace analysis

How can the trade unions regain their strength?

Trade Union Freedom Bill

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss

'Single status' battle continues

How to build a trade union in your workplace

Furious parents turn on councillors


War and terrorism

Bloody chaos in Iraq shatters US war strategy

Sri Lanka: Is peace possible?


 

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