Pavlos Fyssas , (also known as Killah P), a well-known Greek rapper and vocal anti-fascist, was murdered in September of 2013 by Giorgos Roupakias, a member of the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn organisation.Read More Prosecution Proposes to Acquit Neo-Nazi "Golden Dawn" Party
Workers from Tartan House, the kilt and souvenir company that owns about twenty shops only between Edinburgh and Glasgow, report unacceptable working conditions that the management doesn’t seem to be willing to fix. They have begun organising with the trade union Clydeside Industrial Workers of the World to improve conditions.Read More Workers report appalling working conditions
Extinction Rebellion is currently the most radical and effective environmental movement in the UK right now. That situation has only come about because of a massive hole where an anti-state anti-capitalist direct action movement should be.Read More Extinction Rebellion: Anarchists and radicals shouldn’t be surprised. We should be organised.
We need to highlight the common sources of the plight of both British and migrant workers, and foreground the objectives of solidarity, community power, and the overthrow of this economic system as such. It is contradictory to argue against this system while at the same time proclaiming that migrant workers are welcome precisely because of the role they serve within it.Read More The Thief and the Cash Cow: Twins from a union of enemies
This documentary explores acts of opposition to the British nuclear weapons system through peaceful direct action by focusing on two different peace camps in Scotland. It aims to both show their effectivenes as well as to raise some questions regarding the ideology of the peace movement.Read More A Documentary About Direct Action for Disarmament & Peace in Scotland
Following the recent events where Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP USA), and all its chapters, joined individuals and organizations around the world in recognizing December 17 as the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, we feel that it is timely to republish this article on the four-day Sex Workers Festival of Resistance, that was held to organise and fight for sex worker rights.Read More THE ON-GOING STRUGGLE FOR EMPOWERMENT, VISIBILITY, AND RIGHTS FOR ALL SEX WORKERS
In introducing and utilising a conceptual split between “now” and “back then”, movements and writers ignore the underlying structural and cultural forces that fuelled recent developments and myopically scramble for a “change” which is essentially nothing but a regression.Read More The Left Politics of Nostalgia: Against Romanticizing the Past, Towards Fighting for Revolution