IWA

Internationale monthly review - International Workers Association

Partial online archive of issues of Internationale, which used to be the monthly journal of the anarcho-syndicalist International Workers' Association in the 1930s.

English language discussion bulletin - DAM, WSA and ASF

Partial online archive of issues of a bulletin produced by the UK, US and Australian sections of the anarcho-syndicalist International Workers Association, the Direct Action Movement, Workers Solidarity Alliance and Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation respectively, from 1988.

English language discussion bulletin #01

The english language discussion bulletin of the IWA for the year 1988. Courtesy of the WSA archives.

Who are we? What do we want? - Libertarian Workers Group

A short flier about the aims and objectives of the Libertarian Workers Group.

Report of the Libertarian Workers Group to the 1979 IWA Paris Congress

A report of the Libertarian Workers Group to the IWA Paris Congress in 1979

1989 IWW referendum to affiliate with the IWA

In 1989 the IWW passed a referendum to affiliate with the IWA which passed 71 - 44 based on the internal General Organizing Bulletin of the union from that year. The text of the referendum was reprinted in the Industrial Worker which is included here.

Contributed source donated from WSA Archives

Internationale 1938.05

This is the May issue of the 1938 Internationale, the monthly review of the IWA-AIT which discusses the 1938 congress and the Spanish civil war.

Interview with new IWA-AIT general secretary

The new general secretary of the anarcho-syndicalist International Workers’ Association, Laure Akai, answers questions from the newspaper “CNT”, organ of the Spanish section of the IWA-AIT.

Question: How did things go at the IWA congress? In what way did it further the development of the IWA?

The IWW, the state, and international affiliations

RILU, IWW, IWA

A brief article exploring the relationship between state-centered politics and the IWW's considerations in international relations.

“As for the author of “Solidarity Forever”, he is not at all unhappy to have been associated with the very first indigenous anti-statist, anti-totalitarian labor organization that Moscow saw fit to liquidate – and for good and sufficient reasons.” - Ralph Chaplin

XXV Congress of the AIT-IWA

XXV Congress of the IWA, XXV Congreso de la AIT

From December 6-8, 2013, the XXV AIT-IWA Congress took place in Valencia, Spain. Around 150 people took part in the Congress, with delegates coming from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Norway, Serbia, Poland, Russia and Slovakia.

From December 6-8, 2013, the XXV AIT-IWA Congress took place in Valencia, Spain. Around 150 people took part in the Congress, with delegates coming from France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Norway, Serbia, Poland, Russia and Slovakia. Observers also came from the FIJL – the Iberian Federation of Libertarian Youth.