International Socialists is the name of a number of Trotskyist organizations.
Most organisations using this name are in the International Socialist Tendency. They are:
- International Socialists (Denmark) (Internationale Socialister) (Denmark)
- International Socialists (Sweden) (Internationella Socialister) (Sweden)
- International Socialists (Norway) (Internasjonale Sosialister) (Norway)
- International Socialists (Canada) (Canada)
- International Socialists (Netherlands) (Internationale Socialisten) (Netherlands)
- International Socialists (Brazil) (Socialismo Internacional) (Brazil)
International Socialists can also refer to the former name of the British Socialist Workers Party, see International Socialists (UK).
Some 'International Socialists' organisations were previously part of the IST
- The International Socialist Organization (USA), was in the IST for many years until its expulsion in 2001.
- In 2004, the International Socialists in Ireland merged into Socialist Democracy, the Irish affiliate of the reunified Fourth International.
Some 'International Socialists' organisations have not been part of the IST
- International Socialists (USA) now forms part of the larger group Solidarity.
- The International Socialists (Scotland) is part of the Committee for a Workers' International.
- The International Socialist Movement was a platform within the Scottish Socialist Party descended from Scottish Militant Labour. It holds 'permanent observer' status within the reunified Fourth International.
- The International Socialist Group is the British section of the reunified Fourth International.
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