An article by Staughton Lynd reinterprets the concept of union democracy to include workers of all kinds (unionized workers, nonunion workers, and farmers); protection of the rights to strike, picket, and slow down; and the demand for worker-community ownership. This article examines two recent examples of workers’ democracy: the Serbian revolution of 2000 and the Zapatistas’ ongoing struggle in Chiapas, Mexico.
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).
We present you a leaflet distributed during the faculty occupations in Belgrade during October/November this year. The reason for their existence were leftist attempts to use the confusion sparked by the question of organizing those willing to continue mutual activities during the decrease of the fighting readiness, and to form another student union. The leaflet suggests forming discussion groups - which are not permanent organizations, and have no program - as a way to further clarify positions and as a place for gatherings of the more active members of the protest. --BIROV
Amidst the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, TPTG analyse and explain the roots of the conflict and give an account of the original "Balkanisation" of the Balkans.
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.