New declaration of principles for Swedish syndicalists? - A proposal from the Umeå Local of SAC

Umeå Local

This text is taken from the official website of the Umeå Local. This Local has submitted a proposal for a new Declaration of principles to the SAC Congress of 2022. The text is in line with a new introductory book on syndicalism.

Syndicalists shouldn’t have a black-and-white view on organizing – A debate on the future of the Swedish union SAC


This article was first published on the ASR website on January 20, 2022. It is the last in a series of three articles.

Barricade Bulletin 16 - Dec/Jan/Feb 2021-2022

Issue 16 of Barricade Bulletin, with articles on migrant solidarity, strike action, Ryan Roberts and the Bristol Kill the Bill cases, prison organising around sexual health, the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, the history of anarchism in Korea, the Derry Radical Bookfair, a review of Anarchist Cybernetics by Thomas Swann, and the disbanding of the Workers Solidarity Movement.

Black Armed Joy

Some Notes Towards a Black Theory of Insurrectionary Anarchy

A Reply to Syndicalism: Its Strengths and Weaknesses

A response from Tom Wetzel of the Workers Solidarity Alliance to Alan MacSimóin's article on syndicalism.

Three interviews: CNT and Mujeres Libres Manifesto [1977]

Interviews from members of the CNT and Mujeres Libres- a women's anarchist group in post-Franco Spain.
Translated into English for the libertarian socialist journal Root & Branch issue #5.

Platformist groups in the year 2000

An overview of the platformist tradition from the year 2000.

The Platform: What's in it?

A guide to 'The Organisational Platform of the libertarian communists'.

The Punishment is the Process (A human rights report on the repression of the eKhenana Commune)

Lindokuhle Mnguni, Landu Shazi and Ayanda Ngila are returned to eKhenana

A report by a human rights monitor on the repression of the eKhenana Commune - affiliated to Abahlali baseMjondolo - in Cato Manor, Durban.

Italian Anarchism...get back to where you once belonged

Italy is one of the historical strongholds of the anarchist movement. In this article from 1998, Donato Romito, the international secretary of the Italian Federation of Anarchist Communists (Fd.C.A), provides an overview of the anarchist movement in Italy at the time, the organisations and publications that comprise it and the direction it should take in the future.