Working Class Resistance, No. 12
Date:March 2008
Organisation: Organise! (Solidarity Federation)
Publication: Working Class Resistance
Issue:Number 12
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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

15th June 2020

Thanks to SM for this document.

As noted previously in the Archive (and here are a selection of other documents from the organisation):

Organise! is an anarchist group based in Belfast and a local of the UK Solidarity Federation. It took its current form in 2003 as a merger between the Anarchist Federation in Ireland, the Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation and other small groups and individuals.

This eight page newsletter covers a lot of ground from direct action pickets on behalf of young migrant workers, to activism against David Irving in Dublin. It also engages with the issue of Classroom Assistants and calls for the establishment of an Education Workers Network to support them politically. There are sections on international solidarity and contacts for both Organise! and a range of campaigning organisations on the anarchist and libertarian left.

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