Aotearoa Workers’ Solidarity Movement (AWSM)

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About Aotearoa Workers’ Solidarity Movement (AWSM)

Aotearoa Workers’ Solidarity Movement (AWSM) is a small Anarchist educational propaganda group. We support the Platformist variant of this form of politics ( ).

Since beginning in 2008 we have promoted the creation of non-hierarchical grassroots democracy and classless, stateless societies here and internationally. We exist so our ideas can be more widely known, understood and adopted by working people. We see this theoretical knowledge and its application as essential in the struggle to replace the dominant economic system of capitalism. Therefore we have the ultimate aim of becoming a direct action organization that is physically engaged in daily struggles. We encourage sympathizers to join us and help contribute to this process.

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