Socialist Appeal and the International Marxist Tendency invite you to REVOLUTION! - a three day festival of Marxist ideas. Across the world, it is clear that the status quo has failed and the system has broken. There has never been a better time for revolutionary change and a socialist alternative. Book your ticket for REVOLUTION! today.
Socialist Appeal and the International Marxist Tendency invite you to REVOLUTION! - a three day festival of Marxist ideas.
Across the world, it is clear that the status quo has failed and the system has broken: from the refugee crisis to the earthquake of Brexit; from the ever-growing inequality in society to the civil war inside the Labour Party; and from the rise of Trump in the USA to the seemingly endless conflict in Syria.
Now more than ever, therefore, there is a need for revolutionary change and a socialist alternative.
Join us to discuss the lessons of history and the relevance of Marx's ideas in offering a way forward.
FRIDAY 21st OCTOBER - SUNDAY 23rd OCTOBER
Venue: Student Central (formerly ULU), Malet Street, London
Tickets £5 unwaged / £10 waged / £20 solidarity.
Limited accommodation available - e-mail to reserve.
Trotsky's grandson, Esteban Volkov
Alan Woods, author of "Reformism or Revolution"
Rob Sewell, editor of Socialist Appeal
Fred Weston, editor of In Defence of Marxism, www.marxist.com
With special events on:
Defend Corbyn! Fight for Socialism! (rally with guest speakers, TBC)
Book launch of Trotsky's "Stalin" (with Esteban Volkov)
Marx's life in London - a tour of the places were Karl Marx lived, wrote, and organised
And other sessions including:
What is Trotskyism?
What would socialism look like?
Why we need a revolution
Corbynomics, Keynesianism, and capitalist crisis
Capitalism, automation, and technology
Work, exploitation, and profit
Women, the family, and the Russian Revolution
The revolutionary philosophy of Marxism
Order out of chaos: the dialectics of nature
The Marxist view of history
Lessons of the Spanish Civil War
Hitler and the rise of fascism in Germany