Taking back the factory: workers’ control in the current crisis

Thumbnail image for Taking back the factory: workers’ control in the current crisis by Dario Azzellini April 26, 2015 Reflections

The economic crisis that began in 2008 has put workers’ control and workplace democracy back on the agenda in the countries of the northern hemisphere.

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Chasing shadows: Europe’s misguided war on smugglers

Thumbnail image for Chasing shadows: Europe’s misguided war on smugglers by Carlos Delclós April 25, 2015 Reflections

By declaring war on the smugglers, the EU is not just ignoring the root causes of the Mediterranean drownings, but threatening to make matters worse.

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Self-organized workers press SYRIZA to keep its promises

Thumbnail image for Self-organized workers press SYRIZA to keep its promises by Marina Sitrin April 16, 2015 Reflections

Autonomous and horizontal workers’ movements in Greece embarked on a caravan to Athens to remind the SYRIZA government of the base from which it arose.

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‘We love being Lakota’: native autonomy in Pine Ridge

Thumbnail image for ‘We love being Lakota’: native autonomy in Pine Ridge by Peterson Rasamny April 12, 2015 Society & Solidarity

‘The Native and the Refugee’ documentary project explores the similarities between the struggles and experiences of Native Americans and Palestinians.

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The Wanted 18: depoliticizing the intifada?

Thumbnail image for The Wanted 18: depoliticizing the intifada? by Rayya El Zein April 9, 2015 People & Power

A new film on the Palestinian intifada provides an interesting perspective — that of a group of Israeli cows (!) — but fails to tell the real story.

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A rogue reporter takes on the masters of the universe

Thumbnail image for A rogue reporter takes on the masters of the universe by Matt Kennard April 8, 2015 Media & Manipulation

The media would have you believe that it’s simply an accident that 85 people now own more than half the world’s wealth. It’s time to blow their cover.

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Is Barcelona on the verge of a feminist revolution?

Thumbnail image for Is Barcelona on the verge of a feminist revolution? by Kate Shea Baird April 7, 2015 Reflections

Ada Colau and the other women involved in the citizen platform Barcelona en Comú are showing how municipal politics can be feminized from the bottom up.

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Greek activists welcome much needed breathing space

Thumbnail image for Greek activists welcome much needed breathing space by AK Malaboca April 4, 2015 People & Power

Many Greeks have low expectations of SYRIZA, but with the coalition in power a space has opened up that allows for the creation of an alternative economy. 

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Foucault’s lesson: guillotining the king once and for all

Thumbnail image for Foucault’s lesson: guillotining the king once and for all by Amador Fernández-Savater April 2, 2015 Intellectuals & Ideology

The maturity of political thought does not consist in ‘leaping’ from the streets into the institutions, but in cultivating a new political imagination.

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Mr. Anarchist, we need to have a chat about colonialism

Thumbnail image for Mr. Anarchist, we need to have a chat about colonialism by Petar Stanchev April 1, 2015 People & Power

The dogmatic criticism of popular struggles for autonomy in Chiapas and Rojava reveals a colonial mentality that should be stamped out of our movement.

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