Take up the fight for socialism!

The International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) is the youth and student wing of the Socialist Equality Party. The IYSSE insists that fundamental problems in society can be solved only through the concious mobilization of the working class to bring an end to the capitalist system and the reorganization of society along international socialist lines—on the basis of social need, not private profit.

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World Socialist Web Site Perspectives

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A statement by the IYSSE, the only organization fighting against war, authoritarianism and dictatorship, and for the socialist transformation of society.

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Successful election result for IYSSE at Humboldt University in Berlin

The IYSSE has achieved an important success in the student parliament elections at Humboldt University (HU). 

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On the 80th anniversary of the founding of the Fourth International

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One year since the Parkland high school massacre: A political balance sheet

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Our Statement of Principles

The IYSSE has sections in multiple countries. Learn more about our principles in the countries closest to you:

The International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) is an organization of students and youth around the world which insists that chronic social problems, including the danger of war, can be solved only through an end to capitalism. Society must be reorganized along international socialist lines—on the basis of social need, not private profit.

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Take up the fight for socialism!

Read the IYSSE Statement of Principles for your country, and submit your contact information to join the International Youth and Students for Social Equality.

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