Assembly for the Circulation of Struggles (SKyA)

General Strike, Political Forms, Linking Struggles

What are the limitations of the recent years’ strike mobilisations? Is it possible to go beyond their deadlocks by building a different strategy? Can we link the struggles that have been emerging recently? Can community and labor struggles be linked and in which direction is it possible to achieve a transcendence of the multi-fragmentation that characterizes them? What is the potential and the weaknesses of political forms and what is their relationship with the struggles?

The SYRIZA-ANEL government, the cycle of struggles against austerity and the future of social antagonism

The following text was published in “Sfika”, the journal published by SKYA, in June 2015. Even though many things have happened since, we consider that the text still has an analytical and practical value. One of our main concerns in writing it was to show that in contrast with what SYRIZA declares, the present crisis is deep and it concerns the totality of the capitalist relations.

Guide for collective survival in times of mass destruction

An article about the recent referendum (05/07/15) in Greece

Light, water, telephone, class struggle in installments: social reproduction and labor struggles in the neighborhoods of Athens

Analysis by a participant on the struggles of the neighbourhood assemblies in Athens since 2008 in combating the immediate consequences of the crisis and economic restructuring.

Workfare politics: unemployment & class struggles in Greece

 unemployment & class struggles in Greece

Greek radicals from SKYA (Assembly for the Circulation of Struggles) look at the current situation in Greece, focusing on workfare and reforms to benefits for the unemployed.