University of Worcester, St John’s Campus, Henwick Grove, St John’s, Worcester, WR2 6AJ
Our understanding of the kind of society we’re living in is shaped by our circumstances: our home, our work, our finances, our communities.
Recognising our own place in the economy, politics and history is part of developing a wider awareness of how capitalist society functions.
Alongside an understanding of the mechanics of capitalism, political consciousness also involves our attitude towards it. Seeing through the ideologies which promote accepting our current social system requires us to question and judge what we experience.
Realising that capitalism doesn’t benefit the vast majority of people naturally leads on to considering what alternative society could run for the benefit of everyone.
The Socialist Party’s weekend of talks and discussion explores what political consciousness is, how it arises and what we, as a class and as individuals, can do with it.
Our venue is the University of Worcester, St John’s Campus, Henwick Grove, St John’s, Worcester, WR2 6AJ.
Or, you can make a booking by sending a cheque (payable to the Socialist Party of Great Britain) with your contact details to Summer School, The Socialist Party, 52 Clapham High Street, London, SW4 7UN.
Day visitors are welcome, £20 with meals, voluntary contributions without, but please e-mail for details in advance. Send enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.