IWA

Fighting Back - International Week of Action Against Unpaid Wages

Short pamphlet by the anarcho-syndicalist union the ZSP. ZSP is the Polish section of the International Workers Association. The pamphlet is about their experiences in countering wage theft, both successful and unsuccessful.

Letters - Black Flag #216

Letters to Black Flag about prison conditions, the London Anarchist Bookfair, Green Anarchist and Kieran Casey of the IWA.

Letter: Kurt Svensson, SAC Sweden

Kurt Svensson writes to Black Flag magazine about an open letter in the previous issue on the relationship between the IWA and Swedish SAC.

Direct Action (SWF): Vol 5, #01 (31, January 1964)

Volume 5, Issue 1 of Direct Action, with articles on Committee of 100 members being imprisoned, a strike by construction workers at St. Paul's Cathedral, direct action against a dam in Italy, the right-wing anti-union Freedom Group, a review of a book about Franco's Spain, a review of an IWMA (now IWA) conference, the JFK assassination, the Lincoln myth, and the civil rights movement, Bolivian miners, housing direct action in Tunbridge Wells, a Goya exhibition, repression in Morocco, medical care in Alberta, industrial news including London bus drivers and more.

Direct Action #56 (March 1989)

Issue #56 of Direct Action, with articles on privatisation and water safety, poll tax resistance, religion and the Rushdie affair, the Channel Tunnel, prisoner Martin Foran, salmonella and food production, a report of an IWA conference, locked-out workers in Bombay making their own detergent, an incinerator in Doncaster, a report from the French CNT on a strike wave there, whether the working class still exists, loyalist murder gangs and the killing of Pat Finucane, a Bloody Sunday remembrance march, Runcorn rugby players striking, history teaching in schools, and more.

Direct Action #49 (June-July 1988)

Issue #49 of Direct Action, with articles on the EEPTU being expelled from the TUC, the limits of a P&O Ferries dispute, closures of scabby UDM mines in Nottinghamshire, rail union ASLEF failing to support victimised members, poll tax resistance in Scotland, Norman Fowler in Bolton, the ozone layer, reports of recent anti-fascist activity, a media union calling for troops out of Ireland, library cuts and occupations, a struggle for reinstatement at Burton's, a report from an IWA congress, Solidarnosc and Polish workers' struggles, letters on animal liberation and anarcho-syndicalism, the contraceptive Depo-Provera, and more.

Views and Comments No. 28 (May 1958)

The No. 28 (May 1958) issue of Views and Comments, an anarcho-syndicalist leaning publication produced out of New York by the Libertarian League from 1955 until 1966.

The IWA Secretariat enquired about practices of NGO Divé maky in Bratislava + interview

At the end of last week representatives of the IWA Secretariat visited Slovakia and met with members of Priama akcia union (IWA Slovakia). The major topics of their discussions were issues related to illegal employment, onerous contracts and unpaid wages in both neighbouring countries. Representatives of the IWA Secretariat were particularly interested in the development of the conflict of Priama akcia with NGO Divé maky, shared experiences from conflicts and gave impulses for next steps.

Vanguard (Vol. 3, No. 3, August-September 1936)

The August-September 1936 issue of Vanguard, an anarchist journal published out of New York, with articles by Emma Goldman and others.