The International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organizations (ICOR) is a Marxist-Leninist international communist organization founded on 6 October 2010. It has about 60 member communist parties and organizations. The organization's founding resolution includes an anti-imperialist, anti-revisionist and anti-Trotskyist platform.
- "About ICOR". International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organizations.
- “The ICOR is a union for practical cooperation and a form of organization of international cooperation and coordination for the activity of the revolutionaries of the world, and for mutual support in class struggle and party-building. It unites parties and organizations on an equal footing, which are very different in terms of size, practical, organizational and political experience, historical-ideological roots, strategic task and socio-economic conditions. The Founding Resolution includes a revolutionary, anti-imperialist, anti-revisionist and anti-Trotskyite platform, which forms a basis for achieving unity in all essential questions by an interrelated process of theoretical discussion and practical work. A World Conference of representatives of all ICOR member parties and organizations takes place every three years as supreme decision-making body. The joint implementation of international days of struggle is a training ground for practical cooperation.”
"About ICOR". International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organizations.