Education & videos


We have organised dozens of educational webinars and online debates in the last few months. The videos from our educational webinars and NEC hustings are available on our Youtube channel.

Marx and Marxism

On January 7 2021, we are starting a new series to look at Marx and Marxism. We’ll be publishing reading materials before the sessions so that comrades can prepare.

Register by clicking here (please note you might be registered already, as this is the continuation of our ‘Revolution!’ series)


An interactive PDF programme, which features all webinars and online events we organised before August 2020, is available here. Some of the highlights:

  • The German Revolution with Pat Byrne and Ben Lewis
  • Why did the Soviet Union collapse?
  • Netanyahu’s annexation plans and why neither ‘one state’ nor ‘two states’ is a solution
  • Labour: Should I stay or should I go?
  • Covid-19 and climate change
  • Our hustings with left wing NEC candidates
  • Our series on “Learning from Labour History’

LLA education series

Revolution! Key moments in socialist history 1381 – 1914
Videos from that series are available here



Learning from Labour’s History
A series of webinars looking at the history of the Labour party and considering a number of key historical issues which remain relevant today: the relationship between Labour and the organised working-class movement, how serious a challenge did the party present to capitalism and imperialism, and the nature of the Labour left and its understanding of socialism. The videos from that series are available online here

Reading Capital with David Harvey – a fantastic introduction to the timeless work by Karl Marx . Large number of videos are available here.

Marxists Internet Archive is brilliant and free resource with thousands of works by well known and not so well known socialist authors. They are entirely run by volunteers – and are always looking for more! Click here.

John Bellamy Foster is editor of Monthly Review and professor of sociology at the University of Oregon. He has written widely on political economy and has established a reputation as a major environmental sociologist. He is the author of Marx’s Ecology: Materialism and Nature (2000), The Great Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences (with Fred Magdoff, 2009), The Ecological Rift: Capitalism’s War on the Earth (with Brett Clark and Richard York, 2010), and The Theory of Monopoly Capitalism: An Elaboration of Marxian Political Economy (New Edition, 2014), among many others. Click here to access his website.