At the first coordination meeting of the Anarchist Communist Group since its founding congress in February, comrades from Leicester, London, Surrey and Scotland met together in London to coordinate activities and propaganda.
There was an in-depth discussion on the National Health Service. At the end of the discussion it was decided to produce a pamphlet on the NHS which should be out later in the year, as well as leaflets and detailed analysis on ACG social media.
There was further discussion on bringing out a third issue of our news sheet, The Jackdaw, which would be an 8 page issue. This will appear at the beginning of September.
It was also decided to bring out other pamphlets in addition to our NHS pamphlet. These would include The Italian Factory Councils, The Friends of Durruti and the Spanish Revolution, anarchist communist perspectives on revolution, class, religion and land, and anarchist communist perspectives on organisation, a total of four.
In addition a new leaflet on Universal Credit will be produced, as well as stickers on Universal Credit,migrants, and landlords. Banners and flags bearing the ACG logo would also be produced.
There was also discussion on the content and organisation of our forthcoming Day School, Libertarian Communism 2018, in November in London.
At the end of the meeting, an observer decided to join the ACG. There was an enthusiastic atmosphere throughout the meeting, as there had been at our foundation conference.