Sergio Motosi Institute

for the Study of

International

Working-Class Movement

 

for "the in-depth study of the history of the working-class movement throughout the world, with particular reference to the forms of political and trade union organisations from their inception to the present day"


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Sergio Motosi Institute

The "Sergio Motosi Institute for the Study of the International Working-Class Movement" was founded and registered at Genoa in the April of 2005.

The Institute is not a money-making concern, and as laid out in its charter, "its aim is the in-depth study of the history of the working-class movement throughout the world, with particular reference to the forms of political and trade union organisations from their inception to the present day; and the promotion of contact and exchange of ideas and experiences, whether between members of the Institute itself or with other institutes researching or studying the same subject".

The Institute is named for Sergio Motosi (1946-2002), the initiator of its activities. A first collection of essays and articles by Sergio Motosi, a student of economy and of the problems of the proletariat, was published in Milan in 2003.

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