The International Revolutionary Marxist Centre was an international association of left-socialist parties. The member-parties rejected both mainstream social democracy and the Third International. The International was formed in 1932, following a fringe meeting at the Socialist International conference in Vienna in 1931. The IRMC underwent a variety of names. It was initially called the Committee of Independent Revolutionary Socialist Parties, but was generally known simply as the London Bureau, although its headquarters were transferred from London to Paris in 1939 (on the grounds that in addition to the French affiliate, five parties-in-exile had their central committees there). The secretariat of the International Centre remained with the British Independent Labour Party for all but one of the eight years 1932-1940. Fenner Brockway, ILP leader, was chairman of the Bureau for most of this period, while in 1939, Julian Gorkin of the POUM became its secretary. By this time, the Bureau had member parties in more than 20 countries, including the Netherlands, Austria, Czechoslovakia, the USA, and Palestine. The Independent Labour Party (ILP) was a former political party in the United Kingdom. ... Archibald Fenner Brockway, Baron Brockway (November 1, 1888 - 1988) was a British anti-war activist and politician. ... The term Palestine may refer to: Palestine: A geographical region in the Middle East, centered on Jerusalem. ...
United States - Independent Labor League of America (from 1939?)
The Workers and Peasants Socialist Party (PSOP) was an ephemeral socialist organisation in France in the late 1930s led by Marceau Pivert. ... There are various Socialist Workers Parties throughout the world. ... The Independent Labour Party (ILP) was a former political party in the United Kingdom. ... The Norwegian Labour Party (Det norske Arbeiderparti, Arbeiderpartiet or DNA) is a left-wing political party in Norway. ... Labour or Labor, (העבודה HaAvoda) is an Israeli political party. ... Hashomer Hatzair (alt. ... The word may have one of the following meanings. ... The Workers Party of Marxist Unification (POUM, Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista) was a Spanish political party around the time of the Spanish Civil War. ... Socialist Party is the name of several different political parties around the world that are explicitly called Socialist though some are Social Democratic and some are not. ...
London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor with a metropolitan area population of 432,451; the city proper had a population of 336,539 in the 2001 Canadian census.
London is the seat of Middlesex County, at the forks of the non-navigable Thames River, halfway between Toronto and Detroit, USA.
London is currently home to the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, which plays at the John Labatt Centre, the host arena of the 2005 Memorial Cup, and were both 2004-2005 OHL and Memorial Cup Champions.
London Program courses are taught in Notre Dame's London Centre, which is located in the heart of London, just off Trafalgar Square.
All the courses taught in the London Program are Notre Dame courses, and so credit hours are recorded on students' transcripts and quality points applied to their cumulative average in the usual manner.
Before departing for London, we also recommend that students consult with their advisers or with staff in the London Program Office on campus to ensure that their London courses do indeed fulfil the requirements of their majors, minors, concentrations and programs, as well as university and college requirements.
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