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Interview With NZ Anarchist

Social Activist Alex Pirie interviews Barrie Sargeant, New Zealand anarchist and member of Aotearoa Workers' Solidarity Movement (AWSM).

Unfreedom Day Rally: Freedom a figment of elite imagination, say 50,000 shack dwellers

UnFreedom Day 2018

An article from the mainstream media on the annual 'UnFreedom Day' rally held each year by Abahlali baseMjondolo in Durban as a counter event to the national public holiday 'Freedom Day'. Thousands of people, from various parts of the country, participated in the event. The movement affirmed its commitment to to the collective ownership and democratic management of land, outside of the logic of capital.

Interview: Voices of the #ZAD

Interview: Voices of the #ZAD

The ZAD at Notre Dame des Landes is currently under attack by police forces. Here is a series of interviews to zadists by Fantine. Reposted from enoughisenough14.org

Syria: no war but the class war!

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Statement from the Anarchist Communist Group (ACG) on the recent bombings on Syria by the US, UK and French governments.

Class War 07/2018: Airstrikes On Syria! Third World War? Show Or Reality? No War But The Class War!

Rather than to rewrite for the umpteenth time a specific text on this important issue, we decided urgently to publish a bulletin containing the essential passages of two texts released a few years ago but which have not lost any of their “current” character.

Protest against Tommy Robinson on 6 May

Protest against hate - central London 06.05.18

On Sunday 6 May thousands of far-right anti-Muslim bigots will be marching through central London, anti-fascists from across the country need to take to the streets to oppose them.

McDonalds workers vote for May Day strike action

While McDonald's boss rakes in £5,500 per hour, workers’ at five branches around the country have voted overwhelmingly to strike on May 1st against zero-hours contracts and poverty pay.

Health and safety victory for recycling plant workers

Today the Orion recycling workers return to work as heroes bringing an end to their historic two and a half week walkout over dangerous working conditions which began on Wednesday 28th March.

Trapped into Fantasies: On the recent escalation of Greco-Turkish relations

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Following what seems to be a general trend in international relations, tensions have been escalating in the last months between Greece and Turkey, two states whose rivalry, with many ups and downs, goes back to the time that they have both been politically formed as modern nations. The word “war” has not been officially voiced by any of the two involved parties in the form of a willful political choice, they rather present themselves as peace-loving nations (even when they invade another country (!), like Turkey.

Glasgow UberEats and Deliveroo couriers form the Couriers Network Scotland!

UberEats and Deliveroo couriers in Glasgow have formed a new network with the help of the IWW, making the city the latest in the UK to see precarious workers in the gig economy organising to improve their conditions.