Workers Political Education Program:
The Alternative Information and Development Centre (AIDC) works towards advancing a just transition to a wage led low carbon economy development path. To this end we have been working with several trade unions towards strengthening an independent militant worker controlled trade union movement. Key to this is trade unionists that have strong tools of political economic analysis. Bolstering workers ability to link their immediate struggles for decent work and the living wage to the broader struggles against neoliberal and predatory capitalism.
AIDC invites Trade Unions to send delegates to a worker education program to assist the union in developing a core of politically conscious young leadership, especially young women workers.
The program will run over 7 Saturdays from the end of August to the 11 November. It will be expected that all the sessions is attended.
- 26 August 2017
- 09 September 2017
- 23 September 2017
- 07 October 2017
- 21 October 2017
- 11 November 2017
- South African Political Economy
- History of worker struggle in South Africa
- Global capitalist crisis
- Patriarchy & Feminism
- Unemployment Crisis
- Climate Change
Venue: 129 Rochester Road, Observatory, 7295
There is limited space available, if you are interested in attending place contact: Abraham Agulhas – firstname.lastname@example.org (082 066 1170) or Madoda Cuphe – email@example.com (081 355 1693)