Solidarity

Solidarity is unity (as of a group or class) that produces or is based on universities of interests, objectives, standards, and sympathies. It refers to the ties in a society that bind people together as one. The term is generally employed in sociology and the other social sciences as well as in philosophy or in Catholic social teaching. What form...
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solidarity

[n] - a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members of a group
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Solidarity

• (n.) An entire union or consolidation of interests and responsibilities; fellowship; community.
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solidarity

noun a union of interests or purposes or sympathies among members of a group
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Solidarity

[Australia] Solidarity is a Trotskyist organisation in Australia, formed in 2008 from a merger between groups emerging from the International Socialist tradition: the International Socialist Organisation (ISO), Socialist Action Group and Solidarity. The group is a member of the International Socialist Tendency and has branches in Melbourne,...
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Solidarity

[Greenland] Atassut (which in English means `cohesion` or more literally `the link`) is a Greenlandic party that started as a liberal political movement in 1976-77. The party was founded on 29 April 1978 and based on the through 250 years experience human values, which are created by Greenlanders and Danes together. In the first program the...
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Solidarity

[Iceland] Solidarity (Samstaða) is a registered political party in Iceland, that was founded 15 January 2012. The leader of the party is Lilja Mósesdóttir. After Lilja Mósesdóttir left the Left-Green Movement in autumn 2011, she became one of the leading founders of the Solidarity party, and worked as the only Solidarity member of parl...
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Solidarity

[newspaper] Solidarity is a socialist newspaper published by the Alliance for Workers` Liberty (AWL). The paper was founded as a monthly in the mid-1990s, as Action for Health and Welfare, by the Welfare State Network (WSN), a campaign supported by the AWL, the International Socialist Group and others. The paper became identified with the A...
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solidarity

[Noun] Being united through common interests.
Example: The miners showed great solidarity during the strike and helped each other through difficult times.
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Solidarity

[Polish trade union] Solidarity (Solidarność, pronounced Pl-solidarność.ogg; full name: Independent Self-governing Trade Union `Solidarity` – Niezależny Samorządny Związek Zawodowy `Solidarność` ɲezaˈlɛʐnɨ samɔˈʐɔndnɨ ˈzvjɔ̃zɛk zavɔˈdɔvɨ sɔliˈdarnɔɕt͡ɕ) is a Polish trade union federation that emerged on 31...
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Solidarity

[Scotland] Solidarity (full name Solidarity – Scotland`s Socialist Movement) is a political party in Scotland, launched on 3 September 2006 as a breakaway from the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP). It was formed by two of the Scottish Socialist Party`s six MSPs, Tommy Sheridan and Rosemary Byrne, in the aftermath of Sheridan`s libel action,...
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Solidarity

[South African trade union] Solidarity (Solidariteit) is a South African trade union that negotiates on behalf of its members and attempts to protect workers` rights. Although the union is often involved in issues of policial import, it does not align or formally affiliate itself with any political party. Solidarity is a trade union within ...
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Solidarity

[U.S. newspaper] Solidarity, a newspaper published by the Industrial Workers of the World, was an eastern U.S. publication. The newspaper, the official periodical of the organization in its early years, was born of the McKees Rocks strike in 1909, initially by the IWW`s Pittsburgh-New Castle Industrial Council. During the IWW`s involvement ...
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Solidarity

[U.S.] In left-wing politics in the United States, Solidarity is a revolutionary socialist organization associated with the journal Against the Current. Solidarity is an organizational descendant of International Socialists, a Trotskyist organization based on the proposition that the Soviet Union was not a `degenerate workers` state` (as in...
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Solidarity

Sol`i·dar'i·ty noun [ French solidarité , from solide . See Solid .] An entire union or consolidation of interests and responsibilities; fellowship; community. « Solidarity [ a word which we owe to the French Communists], signifies a fellowship in gain and loss, in ...
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Solidarity

A union of interests, purposes, or sympathies among members of a group.
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Solidarity

For Durkheim, the internal forces of social cohesion. More generally, a term often used by the left to describe the political consciousness of an emerging class struggling against oppression â€` e.g. working-class solidarity.
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Solidarity

National confederation of independent trade unions in Poland, formed under the leadership of Lech Wa&lsla;&ecedil;sa September 1980. An illegal organization from 1981 to 1989, it was then elected to...
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Solidarity

National confederation of independent trade unions in Poland, formed under the leadership of Lech Walesa September 1980. An illegal organization from 1981 to 1989, it then headed a coalition government following elections that year. Divisions soon emerged in the leadership and in 1990 its political wing began to fragment (Walesa resigned as chairma...
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Solidarity

Solidarity, Polish independent trade union federation formed in Sept., 1980. Led by Lech Wałęsa, it grew rapidly in size and political power and soon posed a threat to Poland's Communist government by its sponsorship of labor strikes and other forms of public protest. Rural Solidarity, a...
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