Overview: The International Workers Association

This summary of the International Workers Association is an edited version of the article originally put together for the organisation's page on Wikipedia and includes some content not available on that site.

Meet the 'Ikea anarchists'

A self-portrait by the Deterritorial Support Group

An article from The Guardian on the 'ultraleftist propaganda machine' known as the Deterritorial Support Group.

Manifesto of the Federación Anarquista Revolucionaria de Venezuela

Manifesto of the newly formed Federación Anarquista Revolucionaria de Venezuela (FARV), an anarchist political organization based in Venezuela.

A short history of the London Workers Group, 1977-1985

A short history of the London Workers Group, which existed from 1977 to 1985, written by Dave Morris, a former member, in 2006.

Before AL: the UTCL from tendency to network

An article briefly tracing the history of Alternative Libertaire's predessor group, the Union des Travailleurs Communistes Libertaires.

Disinterest compounded daily: A critique of Point-Blank as a revolutionary organisation and a few proposals for the supersession of situationism

Two former participants in the 1970s US situationist grouping Point Blank, Gina Rosenberg and Chris Shutes, critique the organisation.

What we stand for - Subversion

Manchester libertarian communist journal Subversion briefly explain what they are about.

Statement of Intent - Radical Chains

radical chains

Statement of intent from the communist journal, Radical Chains, published in London between 1989 and 1998.

The Federacion Anarquista Uruguaya: Crisis, armed struggle and dictatorship, 1967-85

PDF pamphlet of a history of the Federacion Anarquista Uruguaya (FAU). Founded in 1956 it was one on the strongest anarchist movements in Latin America. In the 1960s, it faced a rising tide of repression which would culminate in the military dictatorship of 1973-85. The FAU is still active today.

Basic anarcho-syndicalism

This is an excerpt from a pamphlet by CNT Seville called Anarcosindicalismo: Basico. The pamphlet is a training manual for new union members, to help them understand the CNT and how it functions.