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Introduction to Anarchist Communism

By |May 17th, 2013|

This pamphlet was published by our comrades of the British Anarchist Federation in 2010. A revised second edition was released last month. You can download a PDF pamphlet here.
CONTENTS

Introduction

What We’re Fighting: Capitalism and Hierarchy

Who We Are and What We Believe: Revolution and Anarchist Communism

How We Fight: Building a Culture of Resistance

There is no Conclusion

1. Introduction
There’s a lot to be angry about. The massacre of thousands every year in wars around the world. The starvation of yet more thousands every day while food rots in warehouses across the globe. The extinction of species after species as our environment is slowly wrecked. The millions of people abused in sweatshops until their bodies and spirits are broken and they’re thrown on the scrapheap. The countless women subjected to emotional, physical and sexual violence as a result of their gender. The vast numbers facing discrimination and oppression based purely on the colour of their skin. […]

10 years of the Balkan Anarchist Bookfair

By |May 16th, 2013|

The Federation for Anarchist Organizing (FAO) invites e […]

Book Launch – Sewing Freedom: Philip Josephs, Transnationalism & Early New Zealand Anarchism

By |May 2nd, 2013|

Jared Davidson, AK Press, and the Museum of Wellington City & Sea invite you to the launch of Sewing Freedom, a new book on early anarchism and labour history in New Zealand.

“Sewing Freedom works on several levels. It is a meticulous biography, a portrait of an era, a sophisticated discussion of anarchist philosophy and activism, and an evocation of radical lives and ideas in their context. Davidson has designed a fresh, crisp book with visual impact, nicely enhanced by Alec Icky Dunn’s wonderful sketches… This beautifully-executed book tells an important story in New Zealand’s political history.” – Chris Brickell, Associate Professor of Gender Studies at Otago University and author of Mates and Lovers

WHEN: Wednesday 15 May – 5.30PM

WHERE: The Boardroom, Museum of Wellington City & Sea, Queens Wharf, Jervois Quay, Wellington […]

1st May – a day to celebrate our victories

By |April 30th, 2013|

What is May Day?

The traditional workers holiday, 1st […]

Brazilian anarchism interview on the Crisis, World Cup, Especifismo

By |April 29th, 2013|

In a wide ranging interview Paul Bowman talked to Felipe Corrêa (FC)  a Brazilian anarchist who is member of Organização Anarquista Socialismo Libertário [Libertarian Socialist Anarchist Organization] (OASL) about anarchist orgainising in Brasil, just how global the crisis really is and the forthcoming World Cup.

Irish Anarchist Review (IRA): First of all could you tell us a little about yourself and your involvement with Brazilian anarchism and how you came to be involved?

FC: I became an anarchist in the end of the 1990s, in the wave of what people used to call the “anti- globalization movement”, after a past of Marxist affinities, both with reformists and revolutionaries. I knew about anarchism in the “counter-cultural” movement – ie. I used to be straight edge – and then started to get involved with collectives in
São Paulo that were very active in the resistance movement against neoliberalism, like Ação Local por Justiça Global [Local Action for Global Justice] and Centro de Mídia Independente [Indymedia Center]. I also got in touch with anarchist social/ cultural centers, both Centro de Cultura Social [Social Cultural Center] (CCS) and Instituto de Cultura e Ação Libertária [Institute of Libertarian Culture and Action] (ICAL). […]

Asset sales – an anarchist position

By |April 26th, 2013|

Here is a leaflet we wrote for the asset sales protest […]

New Website – we are still here

By |September 4th, 2012|

The Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement has been quiet […]

Say NO to the 90 Day Hire & Fire Act (AWSM 2009)

By |January 6th, 2009|

Download leaflet.

Workers in small businesses across […]