ISSE-SEP Emergency Conference Against War

Greetings to the ISSE/SEP Conference: Britain

20 April 2007

The following greetings were sent to the March 31-April 1 ISSE/SEP Emergency Conference Against War from Julie Hyland, assistant national secretary of the Socialist Equality Party in Britain.

Report to the ISSE conference: on the political situation in Sri Lanka and the disappearance of SEP member Nadarajah Wimaleswaran

19 April 2007

The following is a report to ISSE/SEP Emergency Conference Against War by Parwini Zora motivating the resolution adopted by the conference on the disappearance of SEP member Nadarajah Wimaleswaran and his friend Sivanathan Mathivathanan, and demanding an investigation into the murder of SEP supporter Sivapragasam Mariyadas.

Reports to the ISSE/SEP Conference: Canada and Italy

18 April 2007

The following are reports on the political situation in Canada and Italy delivered to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Guy Charron, a WSWS writer and SEP member in Canada, and Marc Wells, a WSWS writer and SEP member in the US.

Report to the ISSE/SEP Conference: On internationalism and the political situation in Australia

17 April 2007

The following is a report on the political situation in Australia delivered to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Laura Tiernan, a member of the ISSE and SEP in Australia.

Report to the ISSE/SEP Conference: On the political situation in Europe

16 April 2007

The following is a report on the political situation in Europe delivered to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Lucas Adler, a member of the ISSE and SEP in Germany.

Contributions to the ISSE/SEP Conference on student work

14 April 2007

The following are contributions made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by students and faculty at campuses in the United States.

ISSE/SEP Conference: Report on the work of the International Students for Social Equality

By Andre Damon, 13 April 2007

The following is a contribution made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Andre Damon, a student at the University of Delaware and a member of the ISSE Steering Committee in the US. The report reviews the political basis of the ISSE and the aim of its work.

Contributions to the ISSE/SEP conference: Bill Van Auken and Barry Grey

12 April 2007

The following are the contributions made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Bill Van Auken, WSWS writer and 2006 SEP candidate for New York Senate, and Barry Grey, a writer and member of the WSWS international editorial board.

Contributions to the ISSE/SEP conference: Jerome White and Helen Halyard

11 April 2007

The following are contributions made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by Jerome White, WSWS writer and 2006 SEP candidate for US Congress in Michigan, and Helen Halyard, assistant national secretary of the SEP. The conference was held March 31-April 1 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Contributions to the ISSE/SEP conference: David Walsh and Joanne Laurier

10 April 2007

The following are contributions made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by David Walsh, SEP member and arts editor for the WSWS, and Joanne Laurier, SEP member and WSWS writer.

Contributions to ISSE/SEP conference: David North and Patrick Martin

9 April 2007

The following are contributions made to the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War by David North, chairman of the editorial board of the WSWS and national secretary of the SEP (US), and Patrick Martin, SEP member and WSWS writer.

Opening remarks to the conference

The political foundation for a movement against war

By Joe Kay, 7 April 2007

The following are the opening remarks by Joe Kay, a member of the ISSE Steering Committee in the US and a writer for the WSWS, to the ISSE/SEP Emergency Conference Against War. The remarks motivated a resolution passed by the conference and published here.

Resolution adopted by the ISSE/SEP Emergency Conference Against War

End the occupation of Iraq! No to war against Iran! For an international socialist movement against war!

4 April 2007

The following resolution was passed unanimously on April 1 by the International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party Emergency Conference Against War, held March 31-April 1 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It represents the position of the conference on the necessary political foundation for a renewed struggle against war.

International Students for Social Equality/Socialist Equality Party conference adopts socialist internationalist perspective to oppose war

By Tom Carter, 2 April 2007

The International Students for Social Equality (ISSE)/Socialist Equality Party (SEP) Emergency Conference Against War voted unanimously April 1 for a resolution advancing a socialist and internationalist program to oppose militarism and war. The two-day conference was convened to develop a program for the mobilization of student youth and the working class as a whole within the United States and internationally to halt the war in Iraq and prevent the outbreak of war against Iran.