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Another World Is Possible - And Necessary

Another World Is Possible - And Necessary

Another World is Possible is the slogan of the Global Justice movement, but with the damning evidence of climate change and peak oil looming over Western Capitalism, Another World is also necessary.

This Sunday, invite your friends and networks to a forum and dialogue hosted by Socialist Worker. Called "Saving the World- What kind of System Change do we need?", it will explore how the present economic and political system could be radically re-organised and transformed to create a new civilisation that puts planet and people before pollution and profit.

Background reading-

THE MOVEMENT OF MOVEMENTS: Reforming, Refusing and Resisting Capitalism for Global Justice

Capitalism and climate change

What would a socialist society be like?

FORUM: Saving the World- What kind of System Change do we need?

Socialist Centre,
86 Princes Street,
Onehunga, Auckland

Sunday 29th October 3pm
(followed by celebration of Samhain/birthday party for Joe C! BYO!)

Excellent new maps of crisis facing people and planet-



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