A rare chance to catch Manny Ness talking about contemporary class struggle and the growth of new forms of worker organisation in the syndicalist and autonomous tradition. As part of a speaking tour with engagements in Edinburgh, Oxford and London, Manny Ness is in Glasgow on 18th June at this event co-organised by Clydeside IWW.
Manny Ness is a political economist who specializes in labour unions, political economy, class struggle, and imperialism. He is a professor of political science at Brooklyn College of City University of New York, and was previously a union organizer, taxi driver, food service and maintenance worker. http://www.workerorganization.org
Tuesday 18th June from 7pm at Fred Paton Centre near st Georges X U in Glasgow.
Free entry. Unfortunately there is no disabled access.