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SWO’s Joe Carolan Writes From The Genoa Barricades

Thursday, 19 July 2001, 9:41 am | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

The following is mail from a Kiwi representative at upcoming protetss in Genoa, circulating by email among NZ activist groups... More >>

Defend the EUB 2! Demonstration in Hamilton

Tuesday, 24 October 2000, 1:37 pm | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

Mobilise to defend the EUB Two Wednesday 25th/ Thursday 26th October from 10am onwards Hamilton Courthouse More >>

S11 Veterans March In Solidarity With Prague

Tuesday, 26 September 2000, 10:53 am | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

On September the 11th, New Zealand socialists bore witness to the worst police violence seen in Melbourne since the Anti Vietnam War rallies 30 years ago, at the mass blockade to shut down the World Economic Forum.... http://www.s11.org http://melbourne.indymedia.org More >>

Grafiiti from the Battle of Melbourne

Monday, 18 September 2000, 10:18 am | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

Graffiti has always been a mode of expression for ideas outside of the mainstream. In Melbourne September 11 - 13, 2000 outside the World Economic Forum meeting in the Crown Casino, huge numbers used chalk and paint to tell the world why they were ... More >>

The Battle of Melbourne – SWO Song

Monday, 18 September 2000, 9:58 am | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

…the sign of a movement on the rise is when people learn a few new songs and sing them boldly on their picket lines! here's the one we (SWO hamilton crew) sang on the s13 victory march through Melbourne and with technopunk band Insurge in Sydney ... More >>

Seattle In The South Pacific- Help Shut Down WEF

Wednesday, 28 June 2000, 11:09 am | Socialist Workers Organisation Waikato

This September the world-wide social movement of resistance against free market globalisation will continue to raise its voice against the institutions of greed and exploitation. More >>

 

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