Our Editorial Policy and Process
Anarcho-Syndicalism 101 is run by an editoral group drawn from members of the global anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary unionist movement. The articles we choose to publish will reflect this. Anybody can submit a story for publication and if it is consistent with our editoral statement it will probably be published. Anyone can post a comment on a story on Anarcho-Syndicalism 101. We want the comments on the articles to be about real debate, additional information and questions about the article so we do monitor and remove comments. Racist, fascist and otherwise offensive remarks will be removed.
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1. Collect and distribute news and analysis produced by unions, groups and individuals all over the world who are influenced by anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary unionist ideas and points of view.
2. To provide a meaningful open and non-sectarian forum for the discussion of timely issues, theory and historical events.
3. Provide a point of reference for solidarity appeals and calls for action by anarcho-syndicalists, revolutionary unionists and other libertarian workers. Solidarity appeals by others may also be posted after review by the Editorial Group.
4. To generally promote internationally anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary unionist ideas and points of view.
5. To further the understanding that our ideas and actions are not simply limited to the workplace. That our problems and struggles are also those as comsumers, tenants and users of public services such as mass transit, hospitals, public education amongst others.
Where We Stand
1. Promote the idea that "The liberation of the working class must be the task of the workers themselves." This idea is inherent in the ideas of all those who are influenced by anarcho-syndicalist and revolutionary unionist principles.
2. To promote and support autonomous workers' struggles.
3. Engage in and encourage the fight against racism, sexism, nationalism and homophobia. Offer meaningful responses to these and other
problems created by the current capitalist system, such as militarism and environmental destruction.
4. To encourage and support efforts at building links between our movements throughout the world.
5. Provide a forum for the promotion of ideas that aim towards the building of a new society based on the principles of mutual aid and socialization of the means of production, distribution and social services.