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29 September 2021
The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) livestreamed a rally on 26 September on the critically urgent theme of a 'socialist solution to the capitalist climate catastrophe'.
19 July 2021
Click here for an article by Caspar Loettgers, Mainz, and Tom Hoffmann, Berlin, members of Sozialistische Organisation Solidarität (CWI Germany)
12 July 2021
The Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) has received from a group of left activists in Kazakhstan known as 'Red Yurt' an account of a vicious attack on a demonstration in Almaty and an appeal for solidarity.
7 July 2021
'The Struggle for World Socialism' by Peter Taaffe is an incisive Marxist analysis of the key events both in Britain and internationally, following on from his second volume, which concluded in 2007.
30 June 2021
Carmel Gates has been elected general secretary of Northern Ireland's largest union
22 May 2021
The Paris commune saw for a brief but heroic few weeks the working class take power for the first time. In the immortal words of Karl Marx, the masses "stormed heaven".
16 May 2021
Stop war on Gaza demo, London 15.5.21. Socialist Party members were at the many protests across Britain
31 March 2021
Members of the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) from five continents took part in an online rally on Sunday 28 March
10 March 2021
Thousands have viewed the rally hosted by the Socialist Party and the CWI
2 March 2021
International Women's Day rally, Sunday 7th March, 3pm. Click here for Facebook and Zoom links.
20 January 2021
The period running up to Joe Biden's inauguration was marked by unparalleled turmoil and crisis.
11 November 2020
In the US, and around the world, millions greeted Trump's defeat in the US elections. His probable removal from office, notwithstanding his legal claims, will be widely welcomed.
11 November 2020
Book Review: A revolutionary whose ideas couldn't be killed: Eighty years after his assassination, the Committee for a Workers' International (CWI) has published a collection of ten essays on the life and ideas of Leon Trotsky
21 October 2020
Gauche Révolutionnaire (GR - CWI in France) issued the following statement on 17 October (extracts reproduced here) after the beheading of a teacher outside his school in the Paris region
21 October 2020
Hundreds of workers on the ANC government's 'slave-labour' Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) took part in a day of action in their struggle for permanent jobs and a living wage
14 October 2020
On 7 October, after a trial lasting five-and-a-half years, the neo-Nazi organisation Golden Dawn was found guilty of being 'a criminal organisation'.
7 October 2020
The latest flare-up in the long-running dispute between Azerbaijan and Armenia over Nagorno-Karabakh started on 27 September
2 September 2020
Over 6,000 people have watched our rally - Leon Trotsky: Why couldn't his idea be killed? - commemorating the 80th anniversary of his assassination. It was organised by the Committee for a Workers' International
19 August 2020
New publication from Socialist Books. Leon Trotsky - A Revolutionary Whose Ideas Couldn't Be Killed is a collection of articles from the Committee for a Workers International (CWI).
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