As part of International Week of Solidarity to Anarchist Prisoners between August 23-30 2018, a variety of anarchists and anarchist groups mobilised in the centre of Glasgow.Read More GLASGOW- INTERNATIONAL WEEK OF SOLIDARITY TO ANARCHIST PRISONERS
On Saturday the 21st of July, a coalition of militant anti-fascists came together to oppose the Scottish Defence League in Glasgow. This is an account of the day’s events.Read More Report from a member of the ‘Edinburgh Antifa’ group on last Saturdays actions against the SDL in Glasgow.
The far right were again out in force in London, drawing around 3500 racists into Trafalgar Square. An equal force of Antifascists, including a group of committed members of Edinburgh Antifa opposed their vile hatred. The London police placed heavy restrictions on the movement of Tommy’s fan club, essentially enforcing a static demonstration. This fencing […]Read More Edinburgh Antifascist Action Statement on London ‘Free Tommy’ March
Given the small size and timidity of our movements when compared to those in other European cities, recent arrests indicate a very focused effort by Police Scotland to destroy any instance of autonomous, collective organising that directly challenges the State and the dominant order. The question is, what do we do?Read More ‘An Injury to One’… Some Reflections on State Repression and Movement Responses
David McHarg, a member of Class War Scotland, was found guilty of two charges on Monday the 4th of June for displaying a poster in his window which wrote “Fuck off you Tory cunts”.Read More David McHarg Found Guilty for Displaying an Anti-Tory Poster on his Window
IN.FLAMMEN emphasises self-organisation, social struggles and solidarity, while reinforcing their fight against capitalism and its oppressive mechanisms through the use of Hip Hop culture.Read More Hip Hop, Self-organisation, Social Struggles and Solidarity Between Greece and Germany
UberEats and Deliveroo couriers in Glasgow have formed a new network with the help of the I.W.W union (Industrial Workers of the World), making the city the latest in the UK to see precarious workers in the gig economy organising to improve their conditions. Inspired by the success of the Couriers Network Cymru, which was […]Read More Glasgow couriers form the Couriers Network Scotland