ISSE meetings in Australia

Marxism and the world economic crisis

26 February 2009

The year 2009 has opened with an unprecedented economic, social and political crisis caused by the breakdown of the global capitalist system. All the scourges of the twentieth century are once again erupting—mass unemployment, poverty, repression, nationalism and inter-imperialist war—in ever more destructive forms.

The following meetings being convened by the International Students for Social Equality at campuses in Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle will advance a Marxist explanation for the present crisis and a socialist and internationalist solution for the international working class.

All students and young people are welcome.

University of Newcastle
Wednesday March 4, 1.00 p.m.
NUSA office
(Near the Bar on the Hill)

RMIT University
Wednesday March 11, 12.30 p.m.
Union Board Room
Take the Swanston Street lifts (in Building 8) to Level 4 and turn right into Room 4

UNSW
Wednesday March 18, 1.00 p.m.
Room 209 Morven Brown
(Directly opposite the library)

University of Sydney
Wednesday March 25, 1.00 p.m.
Reading Room, Holme Building
Level 4 (2nd flight of stairs)
Science Road

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