Socialist Worker (Aotearoa)
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SW evolved out of the group known as the Socialist Workers Organization, the successor organisation of the Communist Party of New Zealand. It had two main branches in Auckland and Wellington, but activists in most other cities in NZ. Recently,[when?] it began to grow modestly through work done in workers' organisations such as the Solidarity Union, Unite Union, the Climate Change Coalition Climaction, the anti-war movement and the Venezuela Aotearoa Solidarity Team.
It published a quarterly themed journal called Unity, and its activists contributed to the monthly Workers' Charter paper. It also had a regularly updated blog called UnityAotearoa.
SW's national conference in February 2007 adopted a new ten point "Where We Stand" programme.
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- "Resolution of 2012 conference of Socialist Worker". 29 January 2012. Archived from the original on 16 February 2012.