Anarcho-syndicalists are engaged in a wide range of workplace and community struggles, some very immediateand others more long term. These include:
– on issues from pay to workinghours to working practices and conditions.
– from public services to housingto the environment.
Strike and occupation solidarity
– staffing picket lines,raising funds and bringing in supplies.
– organising demonstrations, pickets anddirect action in support of individual victimised workers.
Networking with other militant workers
– for examplethrough the National Shop Stewards Network and theEducation Workers’ Network.
Organising public meetings
– on the economy, war,climate change and other issues that affect the workingclass.
Producing and distributing propaganda
– from regularfree-sheets and magazines to one-off leaflets, spreadingthe ideas of solidarity, direct action and self-organisation.
is a revolutionary political current that declares
"freedom without socialism is privilege and injustice andsocialism without freedom is slavery and brutality."
is the workers’ movement. Deriving from theFrench word for Trade Unionism (Syndicalisme), it seeks tounite workers on an economic basis to fight for theirinterests.
is anarchism applied to the workers’movement. From small educational groups to massrevolutionary unions, libertarian organisation grows and iscontrolled from the bottom up.