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 forerunner of the British Socialist Workers Party - 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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... The International Socialists (Danish Internationale Socialister) is a Trotskyist organisation in Denmark ... IS was set up in 1984 as split from the Left Socialists ... It is part of the International Socialist Tendency led the by the British Socialist Workers Party ...
... The initial members consisted of activists involved in the Movement for an Independent Socialist Canada (better known as the Waffle), which had been forced to leave the social democratic New Democratic Party in 1972 ... came into contact with left-Shachtmanites in the International Socialists (USA), an American group founded by Hal Draper ... the collapse of the Waffle in late 1974, the group organized itself as the Independent Socialists in February 1975 ...
... The International Socialists (1968–1986) was a Third Camp Trotskyist group in the United States. 1964 when the Berkeley locals of the SP-SDF and YPSL left with 16 members to found the Independent Socialist Club led by Hal Draper and Joel Geier ... At first it consisted mainly of ex-Independent Socialist League members who had disagreed with the decision to merge the ISL into the Socialist Party-Social Democratic Federation in 1958 ...
... The Socialist Party Scotland (formerly International Socialists) is the Scottish platform of the Committee for a Workers' International in Solidarity ... The group is descended from the Scottish Militant Labour which formed the Scottish Socialist Alliance in 1996 after a debate amongst CWI members in Scotland on what sort of organization to form ... not affiliated with the CWI but within which Scottish Militant Labour, renamed the International Socialist Movement took a leading role ...
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