Belgrade 6

Belgrade Six case: Appeal from Serbia for international solidarity actions

On February 8th, 2012, there will be a renewed trial against four members of the Serbian Anarcho-Syndicalist
Initiative (ASI), as well as two unaffiliated Belgrade anarchists, as part of the fabricated legal case of the Belgrade Six (BG6).

Serbia: State offensive against the libertarian movement

Belgrade 6

An analysis of the current wave of state repression of the Anarcho-Syndicalist Initiative.

Belgrade Six Acquitted

Charges against the six Serbian anarcho-syndicalists falsely accused of "international terrorism" following some minor property damage have finally been dropped following an international campaign.

Controversial terror trial of Belgrade anarchists begins

Six Serbian union activists are due in court today charged with international terrorism in what Belgrade academics have condemned as a political trial.

Protest in Belgrade in Support of Six Imprisoned Comrades

A demo in solidarity with the Belgrade Six.

ASI Report to IWA Congress 2009 on the Belgrade 6

Statement the Serbian Anarcho-syndicalist group ASI presented to the International Workers Association Congress in 2009 on the states attempts to fit up six anarchists.

Serbian Intellectuals Write New Letter Condemning Charges Against Belgrade Six

A group of Serbian intellectuals have written a new letter condemning the charges against the six anarchists being persecuted by the state.

Belgrade Six Formally Indicted, To be Kept in Remand

The six Serbian anarcho-syndicalists fitted up on charges of international terrorism following a Molotov cocktail attack claimed by a different organisation have now been formally indicted.

Financial help needed for Serbian anarchists

Call for solidarity with 6 comrades from Serbia.

Zagreb: Solidarity action with Serbian anarchists

On Monday, the 14th of September of 2009., a protest of solidarity with the arrested Serbian anarchists took place. The protest was organised by the „Stop the repression!“ campaign initiated by The Network of Anarcho-Syndicalists (MASA).