Lockdown Labour: lessons from mutual aid activism

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 28 Number 2 (2020)

Lockdown Labour: lessons from mutual aid activism
Mark Perryman, pages -

Abstract

Labour is currently an organisation of the few – a small activist class. We must learn from the mutual aid activism of the coronavirus crisis and transform it into community Labour.

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Mark Perryman (2020) Lockdown Labour: lessons from mutual aid activism, Renewal, 28(2), -

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