Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Feb 6 2013 19:32
Though the economy may be on the upswing, it doesn't erase the inequality that sits under the surface.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Feb 6 2013 10:57
A blog entry detailing my recent experiences as a language worker--examining the structure of my particular workplace and potential opportunities for organising in the industry.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Feb 4 2013 22:40
New online publication of opinion pieces originally published in UK Building Design magazine from Dutch Design As Politics.
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Feb 4 2013 22:11
Two self-organised spaces were successfully defended when they were attacked by fascist and police forces over the weekend.
Submitted by Phil on Feb 3 2013 17:17
On Saturday 2 February, the Civil Service Rank & File (CSRF) Network held its inaugural national conference in Coventry. This is a brief report of the event and analysis of where the group is and should be heading.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Feb 1 2013 10:31
An attempt to grasp what recent reports of both rising unemployment and a skills shortage means tells us about capital accumulation in Australia
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jan 31 2013 21:04
When thinking about what kind of housing model we really want for the future, we can see the new structures sprouting in the very acts of resistance we have today.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 31 2013 17:53
HMV official Twitter turned against itself.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 31 2013 17:30
In the age of the internet, does the printed pamphlet have any kind of future? With self-publishing so easy online, could the pamphlet soon be obsolete? With a short talk on some of the history of the pamphlet, and an open discussion on where it's going...
Submitted by Choccy on Jan 30 2013 20:22
NUT will not be balloting members for industrial action at Warren Comprehensive after school drops academy conversion plans.
Submitted by working class s... on Jan 30 2013 16:59
Today scores of people protesting against austerity occupied the offices of the Greek Labour Minister. The occupation ended after two hours - following violent clashes with the police
Submitted by thegonzokid on Jan 30 2013 11:24
In September 2012, TUC Congress overwhelmingly passed a resolution calling for co-ordinated national action, up to and including a general strike.
Submitted by rooieravotr on Jan 29 2013 17:11
Joke Kaviaar, activist and publicist against the oppression, detention and depiortation of refugeesin the Netherlands , has been sentenced to a four months jail sentence for "incitement". Solidarity with refugees should know no borders; solidarity against efforts to censor Joke Kaviaar, and all the ones speaking out against this repression should know no borders either. Joke Kaviaar will not shut up. Neither should we.
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Jan 29 2013 12:27
The Greek government has forced an end to a nine day public transport strike which brought parts of Athens to a standstill.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 25 2013 22:02
So long for Le Corbusier's famous streets in the sky!
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 25 2013 01:10
Once known for its culture and its seemingly idyllic political model, the city of Bologna has undergone harsh political and economical transformation, leading to gentrification and massive real estate speculations. F or those political people seeking to address the lack of housing, cultural space, or free social spaces in the city, evictions are currently the only answer.
Submitted by Choccy on Jan 24 2013 22:17
NUT executive votes against strike action in March despite accelerated attacks on education
Submitted by Combat Bedroom Tax on Jan 24 2013 19:48
An account of the resistance building against the Bedroom Tax in the UK.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jan 24 2013 04:41
An organizer's overview of an ended Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) campaign in the Twin Cities.
Submitted by working class s... on Jan 22 2013 16:26
More than 1,000 migrant workers in Shanghai have gone on strike and held 18 managers hostage following a dispute over the introduction of a draconian new disciplinary policy. Four hundred riot police officers attended to the factory in a bid to free the bosses. There are reports of many workers being injured in the subsequent clashes, including several with broken limbs. Following the incident the bosses have withdrawn the new policy, issued an apology for its introduction, and have promised the workers a pay rise…… Direct action gets the goods!