Working class organisation: what is the way forward?
Since 14th August, and until 11th September, the old Rapid Hardware Paint shop on Renshaw Street is playing host to “The Nerve Centre.”
Nerve magazine in collaboration with Philosophy in Pubs, the Windows Project, Next To Nowhere Social Centre, How, Why, DIY and many other organisations and individuals, are organising 4 weeks of city based art and culture, in the heart of the city.
The aim of the event is to bring the people of Liverpool together to share ideas on art, culture and ways of improving our city and surroundings.
As part of this, on Sunday 5th September, the Liverpool Solidarity Federation will be hosting a discussion and debate titled “working class organisation: what is the way forward?”
With the new Con-Dem government’s austerity measures starting to bite, it’s more important than ever that workers organise and fight back against the attacks on their jobs and services. But how do we do that?
The trade unions seem to be moving at a halt, and recent compromises and sell outs have disillusioned members with the bureaucratic leadership. But how do we overcome this?
How do we build a workers’ movement that is democratic, grassroots, and free from the impediments of a crippling bureaucracy?
To take part, and add your voice to the debate, come to the Nerve Centre on Sunday 5th September. The discussion will run from 3pm to 5pm. All welcome.