FSP in Australia
We're revolutionary feminists, both women and men, who are organising to replace capitalism with an environmentally sustainable socialist society — free of sexism, racism, homophobia — based on planning and workers democracy. This goal is impossible as long as we live on stolen land — that's why we fight for self-determination for Australia's Aboriginal nations. We're workplace delegates in our unions and grass roots activists in our communities. We push for working class people to organise in our own interests instead of dancing to the tune of the Australian Labor Party which, like the reactionary opposition parties, governs in the interests of big business. We’re opponents of Australian imperialism and its military defence of profits in Afghanistan, Iraq, East Timor and the Solomons.
The FSP is an internationalist party and we value our relationship with the founding U.S. section. We warmly welcome new members to our democratic ranks and provide both theoretical education and practical skills to prepare all who seriously want to make a difference to lead! Get in touch and get active – you can be part of the solution!
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Support the Kickstarter for The Most Dangerous Man in the World, a film which explores Trotsky's dramatic story of revolution, betrayal and exile, in footage never before seen on screen.
Alt Weds, 16 March – 25 May, 7:00 PM
Radical Women & FSP discussion circle - No Local: Why small-scale alternatives won’t change the world
Wednesday 4 May, 6:30 PM
FSP meeting: Resisting Austerity — Lessons from the Howard years
Thu, May 12, 7:00 PM
Socialism on Main Street: An Inspiring Vision of Tomorrow’s USA featured at FSP meeting
New York City
Thu, May 12, 7:00 PM
Join the campaign for an Elected Civilian Review Board!
Thu, May 19, 7:00 PM
Reading Circle – Revolutionary Integration: A Marxist Analysis of African American Liberation
Sun, May 15, 1:00 PM
Bay Area Organizing to Stop Police Violence