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france / belgique / luxembourg / culture / communiqué de presse Saturday October 29, 2005 17:47 by éditions Libertaires
En 2004, les éditions Libertaires publaient "Dansons la Ravachole !", un roman noir et rouge de Paco. L'ouvrage est à présent disponible en braille. Une première. read full story / add a comment
áfrica del norte / cultura / news report Saturday August 20, 2005 16:50 by RojoyNegro   text 1 comment (last - thursday november 10, 2005 19:39)
Quiénes sómos

Somos personas autónomas que pensamos que el anarquismo (pensamento libertario en general) debe ocupar un lugar entre los pensamientos que circulan en la sociedad. Observamos que es evidente que el pensamiento anarquista está marginalizado y tiene un alto grado de desconocimiento entre la gente en Marruecos. No obstante, en el pasado reciente, la sociedad marroquí llevó a cabo prácticas libertarias en su vida cotidiana. Se trata de una vida comunitária en que la ayuda mútua, la autonomía, la propiedad colectiva, siempre estuvieron presentes; esta práctica social cotidiana no es muy conocida, independientemente de la calificación ideológica. Era un camino, en el que se observa una fuerte relación con lo que se llama proyecto libertario. En esa sociedad, la acción era más importante que cualquier calificación ideológica. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / culture / news report Saturday July 30, 2005 23:11 by Ross Peterson
Little-known outside Mexico, nearly marginal there, an important Russian-born artist whose art evolved into a thoroughly and uniquely Mexican contribution to the body of international artistic expression has died. He was the son of the recognised writer of revolutions, Victor Serge. read full story / add a comment
*Το κείμενο αυτό γράφτηκε από τον Π.Π. και δημοσιεύτηκε στο τεύχος 1 του αναρχικού περιοδικού «Κομμουνιστική Κοινωνική Αυτοδιεύθυνση», στην Αθήνα, Νοέμβρης-Δεκέμβρης 1987. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / culture / anarchist communist event Thursday June 23, 2005 07:30 by Just Books   text 1 comment (last - monday august 28, 2006 23:43)
Benefit gig for the Just Books Collective with Riot Folk (anarchist folk/punk musicians collective from U.S.), and local folk musicians Pol Mac Adaim and Tony Maguire. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / culture / opinion / analysis Saturday May 21, 2005 21:17 by Dermo   text 3 comments (last - saturday february 10, 2007 20:02)
A personal view of what it means to be a football fan in a world where football has become another commoddity in the ever growing Marketplace. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / culture / opinion / analysis Saturday May 14, 2005 20:50 by Aileen
This article using the example of the 'Dublin Grassroots Network' looks at how anarchists can interact with the media without compromising their principles. Perhaps the two biggest problems in dealing with the media are firstly that the media can, through the questions they ask and the pressures they bring, begin to set the political agenda of the group. Secondly servicing the media machine can take up all a group's time and energy (to the detriment of the other activity). read full story / add a comment
international / culture / opinion / analysis Wednesday May 11, 2005 00:40 by James R
The Edukators comes bundled with enough hype and hope to prompt you into the IFI of an evening instead of lazily borrowing from your mates pirated DVD collection. Billed in reviews left, right and centre as an exposition of the political angst of a generation, the film provides a brief glance into the lives of Jan, (Daniel Bruhl), Peter, (Stipe Erceg) and Jule, (Julia Jentsch). Together they are three radicalised young Berliners, coping with the alienation of daily life in the city. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / culture / review Monday April 25, 2005 21:15 by Anarcho   text 1 comment (last - monday july 25, 2005 20:57)
In Moore's graphic novel, V is an anarchist fighting a fascist state in a grim post-world war III future. It made compulsive reading when it came out in late 1988, inspired as it was by Moore's disgust of Thatcher's Britain. It also included some excellent anarchist propaganda read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / culture / anarchist communist event Monday April 11, 2005 23:36 by Andrew   text 2 comments (last - saturday april 30, 2005 03:44)
On Monday, May 2nd, starting from the Spike on O’Connell Street at 1.30pm, Reclaim The Streets and Dissent! Ireland, along with Critical Mass will be holding a free street party to help highlight the effects that the G8 leaders have on the world, and to help people mobolise to take action and travel to this years G8 Summit at Gleneagles, Scotland on July 6th read full story / add a comment
international / culture / feature Thursday March 03, 2005 22:59 by Ray
Fight Club is an anarchist inspiration to some, fascist propaganda to others, and it's easy to see why opinions are divided. It's an attack on the emptiness of consumerism, the way society robs us of real choice, the void at the heart of capitalism. But the solution it portrays is just as bad read full story / add a comment
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