CIS readership consisted chiefly of activists.
Its main distribution effort was directed at rank and file trade union organsations, and the network of shop stewards that operated semi independently in most of the large employers in the UK.
It prioritised for investigation those sectors and organisations with large unionised workforces.
Rio Tinto Zinc Consolidated Goldfields
GEC British Leyland
NHS British Telecom
Hotels & Catering Nuclear industry
Oil Banking & Insurance
CIS worked with the numerous campaigning bodies and the revolutionary socialist groups that had a presence in the workplace of many UK companies.
For a number of years CIS was also affiliated to the Transnational Institute (TNI) an international network of scholar activists exposing issues of globalisation.
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