Sweden: cwi Sweden’s annual summer camp

Rättvisepartiet Socialisterna (cwi Sweden) and Elevkampanjen (socialist school students) are holding their summer camp on an island near Stockholm.

3 – 9 July in Stockholm’s archipelego

Activities include:

  • football
  • canoeing
  • swimming
  • barbecue
  • sauna
  • films
  • euro2004 final on a big screen (even if Sweden don’t make it!).

There was very warm weather at last years camp so the lake came in handy!

Speakers include:

  • Clare Doyle (cwi’s International Secretariat)
  • Tony Mulhearn (Liverpool Labour councillor 1984-87)
  • Xolani Shange (cwi South Africa)
  • Virginie Prégny (cwi France)
  • Tove Fraurud (chairperson, Swedish Young Left)
  • Gustav Fridolin (MP, Swedish Greens)

Subjects include:

  • Iraq – a new Vietnam?
  • Israel-Palestine: How to stop Sharon
  • Fighting the racist right in Europe
  • When Liverpool fought Thatcher 1984-87
  • cwi’s 30 year Jubilee
  • ’Day After Tomorrow’: the realities of climate change
  • Bush: a one-term president?
  • Revolution and counter revolution in Venezuela
  • and many more…

Cost including three meals a day is 30 euros. A small number of places are available in cabins (bunk beds) at no extra cost.

Contact Mattias for booking/more information on +46 8 605 94 03 or rs@socialisterna.org

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June 2004