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Want to distribute IAR 5

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Issue 5 of the Irish Anarchist Review will be coming out in time for the Dublin anarchist bookfair.  If your coming to the bookfair why not book multiple copies of this excellent publication to take away with you and give to friends or drop off in your local social center or other radical space.  If your able to do this use our Contact us form to let us know how many you'd like to pick up at the bookfair.  Please include a phone number so we can confirm this with you the night before and so avoid unnecessary carrying of bundles to the bookfair.

As well as various reviews the major issues covered in IAR5 include

  • Single issue campaigns, community syndicalism & direct democracy
  • Torture, murder & exclusion: Ireland's first 10 years of independence
  • Towards an anarchist anti-racism
  • Do workers co-operatives help or hinder the building of a libertarian communist society
  • Revolutionary organisation in the age of the Networked Individual

Hundreds expected to attend Dublin Anarchist Bookfair - press release

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Hundreds of people from all over Ireland are expected to attend the 7th annual Dublin Anarchist Bookfair which takes place in Liberty Hall, Dublin on Saturday 26th May. The Bookfair, organised by the Workers Solidarity Movement, will consist of a day of meetings, debates, discussions and films and will also host bookstalls and information stands from a large number of political organisations and campaigning groups.

What is the Workers Solidarity Movement?

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The Workers Solidarity Movement (WSM) is an anarchist organisation in Ireland. We have branches and members throughout the country and are involved in many different groups and struggles.

Become a WSM supporter

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The work of the WSM is often limited by the resources available to us, both in terms of finance and labour. And although our members bring a wide range of knowledge and experience into the organisation for collective discussion there are also wide areas where we have much less knowledge and experience than we would want. The solution to this would be to have more members, and we are always seeking to get new people to join.

But we recognize that the time & financial commitments of WSM membership are not for everyone. And that some people who broadly agree with a lot of our work have significant differences with us in particular areas that would stop them joining. So we offer a Supporter Status for people who broadly like what we are doing but who for one reason or another can't commit to membership.

Become a WSM supporter

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After some months of preparation the Workers Solidarity Movement is launching our supporter program. We started working on this after debate at our Spring conference around the fact that there are many people who broadly agree with our political positions and the organising we do but for one reason or another are not yet looking to become members. We decided to launch our Supporter program so that such people could have ongoing formal relationship with the WSM that would involve some participation in internal discussion, helping us out financially and working with us in areas of activity they have a particular interest in when they have time. With members we expect a commitment to a minimum level of such activity, but we are not expecting the same from supporters rather we hope they will help us out when they are able.

WSM activity in the late Summer of 2011

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Despite the distraction of the presidential election charade, the past couple of months have been busy ones for WSM members as government spending cuts continue to bite.

Workers Solidarity 123

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Issue of Ireland's anarchist paper Workers Solidarity Issue 123 September October 2011.

WSM activity summer 2011 - Galway branch formed

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The major development for the WSM of late has been the establishment of a Galway branch, which is now up and running and meeting fortnightly in the city. We have had contacts with various anarchists in the city for a number of years and are delighted to now have a core of people in Galway campaigning and promoting anarchism in the West.

Some WSM activity May & June 2011

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As the new government backtracks on their election promises in record time (no surprises there), the problems facing workers, the unemployed and students continue to mount. While the visit of Queen Elizabeth may be seen as a distraction from these more important issues, the WSM nevertheless attended protests against her visit, including the banquet in Dublin castle, whose attendees epitomised the privileged minority who hold the power and wealth in this country. As detailed elsewhere, we mobilised in both Dublin and Cork against the visit. Check out http://www.wsm.ie/c/cork-protests-british-queens for a more in-depth look at events in the south.

Perspectives of the WSM

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Collectively agreed perspectives of the WSM as set by National Conference. Updated Feb 2013. 

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