Sunday, 9 October 2011

Come to Socialism 2011

RCT Socialist Update no. 34

Socialism 2011 is fast approaching., it is an excellent event that no socialist, trade unionist or ani cuts campaigner will want to miss. The event is a weekend of discussion and debate hosted by the Socialist Party. With a range of discussions taking place over the course of the weekend the hardest decision every year is which sessions to attend as there are so many good sessions to choose from.

Some of the sessions include "What would a socialist democracy look like", "How can the masses of the Middle East win?", "What future for young people", "How can the anti-cuts movement win?", "20 years since the collapse of the USSR: proof that socialism doesn't work?" a debate with UKUncut and many more sessions.

As well as this there will be a Rally for Socialism on the saturday evening with speakers such as Peter Taaffe, general secretary of the Socialist Party, Clare Daly, Irish Socialist MP and activists from Egypt and Tunisia. Followed by the Party for Socialism.

This years event will start of with a bang as it coinsides with the arrival of the Youth FIght for Jobs Jarrow marchers at the end of the 5 week march from Jarrow in the north of England to London who will be met by 1000s of trade unionists, socialists and anti-cuts activists for a fantastic demonstration through trafalgar square.

Socialism 2011 takes place on the weekend of the 5th and 6th of November, there are a range of ticket options available depending ranging from single day tickets, weekend tickets and tickets including accomodation. For more details, including the full programme of events or any other quires and to book tickets and transport you can visit or call us on 07931955007.

In preperation for the great event this week at our regular branch meeting wie will be hosting an open question and answer session on socalism and the Socialist Party, any questions you have or just want to come along and find out more, then come along and join the discussion.

Wednesday 12th October, 7.15pm
Otley Arms, Treforest.

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