Branches are key to building the International Socialist Organisation. Weekly meetings let us get together and discuss current issues as well as learn about the past history of struggle in Aotearoa/New Zealand and around the world. More importantly our focus on branches enables us organise public meetings, stalls, and poster runs which all help build our organisation and protest movements. Being active building a branch is vital for socialists so please join us.
The Tamaki branch meets every Thursday at 6:30pm, in Room 314, Building Arts 1, Auckland University. We also do stalls and poster runs around the central city. If you would like to get involved please come to a branch meeting or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/ring 022 679 9417.
The Poneke/Wellington branch meets every Tuesday at 6.30pm, at Victoria University (Kelburn campus) in Room SU219. Every other week we hold public meetings on a range of topics, and on the alternate weeks we have unadvertised study/discussion groups. If you would like to know the locations of these meetings please email us at email@example.com or text/ring 022 312 8018.
The Ōtepoti/Dunedin branch meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. We are based on campus so during term time we meet in the Otago room of the OUSA Clubs and Societies Center, 84 Albany st. If you would like to know the locations of non-term time meetings please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text/ring 022 155 8212.
We do not currently have a branch in Otautahi but if you are interested in getting involved with the International Socialists please get in touch with Dave Kearns 027 472 8749.
Members at large
If you are in an area with no ISO branch then you can still be a member. You can contribute financially, by writing articles, and distributing our magazine Socialist Review. We also have national events like our national conference and day schools. We aim to build branches all over the country – you could help start a branch in your area!