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The global political action in general of the working class
International working-class institutional solidarity
- World Day of Solidarity: First Sunday of May of
- By firstname.lastname@example.org, 7 May 2000. Interesting effort to coopt
May Day, the international celebration of labor solidarity, by
proposing a holiday that falls near to it, also promotes global
solidarity, but is in terms of consciousness rather than class,
and based on (bourgeois) civic organizations.
- Toward a New Internationalism
- Monthly Review, July/August 2000. A set of extracts on
internationalism. Implies that a supra-national level of struggle
has emerged, as the mediating institutions associated with the
inter-national order have decayed.
International political action by the working class
- New Year Message from the World Federation of
- WFTU Press Release, 5 December 1995. A call for a New International
Economic Order that eliminates all forms of economic domination and
- Burma - de facto exclusion from the ILO
- ICFTU OnLine..., 119/990617/LD, 17 June 1999.
Myanmar (Burma), where thousands of people are still in forced
labour despite universal condemnation, was excluded de facto
from ILO. The decision followed joint action by the trade union
and employers' organisations within the organisation, an
unprecedented move in the annals of this UN agency.
- South African Communists Celebrate Moldova
- Panafrican News Agency (Dakar) 1 March 2001. Working-class (communist)
ideology has always insisted that struggle must take place at the
- Global Unions take lead in targeting Burmese
- ICFTU Online..., 2 March 2001. Progress in the international
labor boycott of Myanmar for its slave labor policies.