organisations, such as NHC, NBW, FJ, MWU, UA and ET also have a strong sense of transnational labour solidarity. This is visible in NBW's 2009 theatrical play entitled ‘Our World, Our Dream’ for instance, in the dialogue between two workers:
Have you read the papers recently? The Europeans are turning anarchist. Last year the Greek people supported anarchism [ wuzhengfu zhuyi ] and there were hundreds of strikes in France. Some held banners stating ‘Capitalism has decayed’!
demonstrated the diversity of truths in the world and, although they were generally associated with the radical left, triggering a renewed interest in Marxism and anarchism that later proved to be a Trojan horse for new certainties, they also opened the door to revisiting arguments that had been made by the earlier generation of pragmatists. Especially in their early days, the new social movements put great emphasis on collective learning through consciousness-raising, empowerment, deliberation and participation ( Stears, 2010 ).
The renewed attention to democracy had