A joint public meeting of the Anticapitalist Initiative, International Socialist Network and Socialist Resistance.
7pm Tuesday 23rd July at the University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY
(Nearest Tube: Goodge Street/Russell Square)
Recent changes on the British left have opened up the prospect for revolutionary regroupment for the first time in many years. They equally pose the question of a different type of unity that brings those from diverse radical traditions together. Can we form a plural, heterodox, and effective anticapitalist tendency in Britain? A panel of speakers from the International Socialist Network, Anticapitalist Initiative, and Socialist Resistance, will reflect on this question and report on the discussions that have already taken place amongst the three groups on revolutionary unity.
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