‘Workers organising globally – the Global Picketline concept’ was developed by Australia Asia Worker Links. Established in 1979 by activists who wanted to promote international workers solidarity, Australia Asia Worker Links works to build international solidarity links between workers as the best means to develop and strengthen workers’ rights in the Asia Pacific region.
The best representation of the global picketline is taken from page 19 of the May 2015 publication ‘Asia workers organising’ pamphlet. The preceding pages map out how workers have to not just ‘think global, act local’ but identify all the links in the chains of transnational capital, focusing upon the chinks in those chain.
For the short pamphlet which explains the concept and how to go about realising it, go to either