Monthly Archives: February 2013

Some Thoughts on Federalism

I’ve been in a number of big organisations. In the ones large enough that they are made up of a number of smaller groups, there seems to be three basic ways the organisation can be structured: “centrally”, as a “federation”, … Continue reading

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A reaction – the importance of pro-choice activism.

Trigger warning: abortion, rape, sexual and domestic abuse.   Worldwide, one in eight pregnancy related deaths each year are a result of unsafe abortion. According to the World Health Organisation, just under half of all unsafe abortions are due to … Continue reading

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SOAS Anti-Cuts: For a Directly Democratic Alternative to the NUS

SOAS Anti-Cuts are publishing this statement indicating our full support for the creation of, and our desire to join, a union of federated local assemblies. We call on other anti-cuts groups and departmental general assemblies to have similar conversations and, … Continue reading

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Defend Education Birmingham: for federal organisation

Defend Education Birmingham are publishing this statement indicating that we want to join a federation of similar organisations. We call on other anti-cuts groups to have similar conversations and, if possible, make a similar commitment. Following the success of students in Quebec, … Continue reading

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Welcome

Syndicalist Students was set up by a group of people active on the British Student Left, wanting to have a full discussion on the current methods of left organising, and possible alternatives as to how we can move forward.  We … Continue reading

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