NO BORDERS! NO STATES! NO WARS! – Special Edition on Migration
A VICTORY FOR THE COMMONS Contents. Editorial: A Victory for the Commons, The City is Ours! Fight for the City – Part 3, A Radical Alternative to Airport Expansion, They Walk By Night – 13th Century Nightwalker Statutes, Psychogeography and Public Space, Taking Up Space – Social Centres in the UK, The Commons in Pre-Modern Thought, Unpicking ‘The Tragedy of the Commons’,International Gathering in Crete – An important Step in Building a United and Effective Anarchist Movement, Call for an all-Britain class struggle anarchist conference in 2016, Cuban Anarchism Reborn: An interview with Mario from TLAL, Culture Feature – Henri Cartier-Bresson, Book Reviews – The Failure of Nonviolence; Communal Luxury; Cities Under Siege
Eviction of refugees camped near Calais has begun, with tear gas being used and a call out for on-the-ground solidarity made. If you can get over then now is the time to do so.
Video recording from the Glasgow-leg of the recent Cuban Anarchism Reborn speaking tour.
The fight against austerity driven cuts by the ConDem coalition government failed. As we go into a fresh wave of resistance this piece takes a critical look at the UK anti-cuts movement.
We Will Rise held a protest at Dungavel Detention Centre and sent us a report on the action.
The Higher Education green paper came out today and it’s fucking catastrophic for anyone wanting to learn. Here are six reasons why:
MAKE SPACE FOR RESISTANCE Fighting for our environment, struggling against nationalism & reformism, understanding the workings of austerity PLUS analysis, reviews, our regular culture feature, and much more.
A report on the way in which Bristol Solidarity Network has been taking on landlords to win repairs, deposits, and more.
There was keen anticipation for this book’s release and the author does succeed in presenting many of the positive aspects of the Paris Commune. However, this work suffers from gaping factual errors, poor analysis of events, and an inaccessible writing style that too often gets in the way of a clear account of what were the best lessons from the Paris Commune of 1871.