Alliance of Russian Solidarists
Union des solidaristes russes
Alianza de Solidaristas Rusos
Bund Russlicher Solidaristen
Narodno-Trudovoj Sojuz (NTS)
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Founded 1930, Belgrade (Yugoslavia), by exiled Russians, as National Union of Russian Youth. Present name adopted 1957. Statutes modified 1951, 1958, 1992 and 1997. Also referred to as National Alliance of Russian Solidarists. Initial goal was to overthrow the Soviet government. Subsequently expanded to become a political organization based in Germany. Following World War II, consisted of molecular revolutionary groups of up to 3 individuals, in contact with a centre based in Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR). This coordination centre ceased to exist in 1991, following the fall of the Soviet Union. The St Petersburg (Russia) group was very active from 2006; an autonomous Association of solidarists-corporatists NTS (NTSosc) included a number of allied organizations outside Russia and is currently a division of NTS.
Defend democratic participation in government; promote human rights, individual freedom and personal responsibility; develop a solidarist ideology as an alternative to both socialism and capitalism; promote this ideology based on the Christian understanding of mutual social responsibility, tolerance, charity and voluntary cooperation among all sections of society.Available with paid subscription only.
Street protests; support for uprisings. For some time maintained radio station, Radio Free Russia, based in Germany FR.
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