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Günümüzde “okul”, yaşamın vazgeçilemez bir kurumu olarak giderek kökleşmiş ve güçlenmiştir. Eğitim ise, öznesi olan öğreneni, kendi iradesi dışında “şekillendirilecek” bir varlık olarak görerek neredeyse hiçe saymaktadır.
“Okul” ve “eğitim” kavramlarının alışılagelmiş bakış açılarının dışında tartışılması için “Okulsuzlaşma ve Demokratik Eğitim” konulu bir söyleşi düzenleniyor. read full story / add a comment
The battle of the popular masses still continues.
In the days after February 7th, the streets of Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, were occupied by thousands of people demanding that their will be respected. It is not the first time that in the history of Haiti that the masses through such a show of force have forced the respect their choice in the electoral process. Once again, the plan of the dominant classes of Haiti and their imperialist boss was thwarted, but for how long?
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ireland / britain / the left / debate Monday March 20, 2006 21:57 by John Flood 2 comments (last - saturday march 25, 2006 02:59)
Theoretically Marxists and anarchists have the same goal. A stateless, classless, communist society. Both of us realise that this state of affairs won’t come about spontaneously through revolution or through the intercession of Lenin’s or Bukarin’s ghost. Rather it requires organisation and work. And it is on this question, the manner of organising society, of fighting for change, and of organising as revolutionaries that major differences emerge. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / the left / debate Saturday February 18, 2006 23:54 by James O'Brien 10 comments (last - monday march 13, 2006 07:12)
Anarchism essentially sees a free society where everybody has the opportunity to live as they want as achievable. But what does that mean in practice, and how do we get there. read full story / add a comment
Open Letter to the USA published Green Anarchy magazine which has also been submitted to Anarkismo . We write to you because we see GA floating further and further away from genuinely caring about people and everyday struggles. We represent “dissent in your own ranks” because of the way you treat the leftist and the post-leftist anarchists with unrelenting criticism and disrespect combined with your excellent ability to theorize yourself into oblivion. We have talked to many people about GA and it seems that we are not alone in this critique. Some of us consider ourselves Eco-Anarchists while others have no labels. read full story / add a comment
central america / caribbean / the left / debate Wednesday January 11, 2006 04:32 by Paddy Rua 57 comments (last - tuesday july 28, 2009 05:29) 2 images
Recently, Batay Ouvriyé, the Haitian workers' union has been under fire from Aristide supporters in relation to its politics before the coup and the source of its funding today. This debate has been marked by bitter accusations in both ways, and BO keeps rejecting the charges. In order to help to promote a healthy and constructive debate around the political issues at stake on the current denunciations on Batay Ouvriyé, we facilitate links to the articles so people can read the whole debate and make up their own minds on this particular issue. We hope this way, the debate is useful to clarify the practices of the organisation being questioned and to address fundamental issues concerning the development of a leftist line at the service of the Haitian people. read full story / add a comment
Some have described Participatory Economics (Parecon) an anarchist economy because of its principles of Self-Management and equity, which are intended to challenge hierarchy and other authoritarian apparatus. The Northeastern Anarchist has hosted a debate among anarchists around Participatory Economics... read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / debate Tuesday December 20, 2005 11:48 by Joaquin Cienfuegos 5 comments (last - sunday january 01, 2006 10:43)
The Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade (youth group of the Revolutionary Communist Party) has a group discussion on MySpace where the article I wrote, "Don't Just Protest, Organize!" is being discussed. I wrote a response and wanted to share it with people. read full story / add a comment
américa central / caribe / historia / debate Friday December 09, 2005 06:53 by Henry Boisrolin 1 comment (last - friday may 11, 2007 11:40) 1 image
Henry Bosirolin del Comité Democrático Haitiano en Argentina responde a la verborrea pro-imperialista del Lic. Claudio Fantini sobre la supuesta superioridad del modelo "democrático" yanqui en oposición a la dervia autoritaria de Latinoamérica y Haití, como si estos fueron fenómenos aislados, haciendo vista ciega de la influencia imperialista de los EEUU en la región, que es la causa principal que ha alimentado el totalitarismo en estas latitudes. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / religion / debate Thursday November 10, 2005 22:22 by Con Carroll 1 comment (last - thursday january 19, 2006 08:21)
the intimidation of people will only stop when people speak out read full story / add a comment
américa central / caribe / movimiento anarquista / debate Sunday October 16, 2005 02:17 by Movimiento Libertario Cubano 3 comments (last - saturday april 14, 2012 06:46)
* El Movimiento Libertario Cubano responde al intento de justificar al régimen castrista en base a una fraudulenta interpretación de autores y propuestas anarquistas. read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / la izquierda / debate Thursday September 29, 2005 21:39 by Giuliano Roma 7 comments (last - monday october 24, 2005 02:43)
Motiva la redacción de estas simples notas, un artículo de un compañero de los EUA (Nachie) en el sitio web de Red & Anarchists Action Network (RAAN) acerca de la llamada "Revolución Bolivariana" liderada por Hugo Chávez en Venezuela. read full story / add a comment
international / environment / debate Tuesday August 16, 2005 20:49 by Prole cat and Arthur J Millar 2 comments (last - monday august 22, 2005 10:38)
A debate on how anarchist communists should address environmental issues. Should we work within an existing movement or seek to build a new one. But why should poor and working people always make the sacrifices for middle-class environmental solutions? read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / debate Sunday July 17, 2005 08:36 by anonymous 14 comments (last - tuesday august 30, 2005 12:00)
Anarkismo.net have received the following text which seems intended to supplement the 'People’s Global Action Manifesto and the International Libertarian Solidarity Declaration'.
We find it useful to publish as part of a debate on what anarchist communists stand for'. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / debate Friday July 08, 2005 18:41 by Michael T. McCulley 4 comments (last - tuesday july 12, 2005 19:06)
Anarchists should build cooperative economic institutions to create realistic alternatives to wage labor. However, to do so successfully, it will be necessary for anarchists to participate in the electoral process. read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / anarchist movement / debate Sunday July 03, 2005 01:03 by Michael Staudenmaier with Anne Carlson 5 comments (last - tuesday june 01, 2010 07:35)
For almost a month, from mid-November until mid-December, 2004, we traveled in Venezuela, meeting an array of politically engaged activists from a variety of perspectives. Without a doubt, the foremost lesson we learned during our brief time there concerned the complexity of the social and political situation in the country, which has been consistently over-simplified in the United States. This essay is a brief attempt to convey some of our experience, with the goal of broadening the anarchist and left discussion of the situation on the ground. read full story / add a comment
venezuela / colombia / the left / debate Friday June 24, 2005 08:05 by Nachie 8 comments (last - saturday october 01, 2005 10:34)
In the past several months we have noticed a growing curiosity over developments in the South American country of Venezuela. Everywhere in our day-to-day projects, people are talking and asking about the populist government of Hugo Chavez and his self-proclaimed “Bolivarian Revolution”. However, we became particularly concerned in noticing no corresponding increase in anarchist knowledge of the situation read full story / add a comment
international / anarchist movement / debate Thursday June 23, 2005 18:28 by Severino 1 comment (last - sunday july 03, 2005 07:58)
As class struggle anarchists who recognize the importance of a diversity of tactics in order to attack Capital, the State, and oppression in an effective manner, we see the black bloc as an important tool of struggle. Only one tool among many, but an important one nonetheless. read full story / add a comment
Many are those who talk about direct actions these days, fewer try to explore its meaning, asking what kind of tool it is. This is not a semantic question but one of substance - one that lies at the core of the whole anarchist, social-revolutionary project where "the emancipation of the working classes must be conquered by the working classes themselves," and the means are determined by and contained in our ends. read full story / add a comment
ireland / britain / anarchist movement / debate Sunday June 05, 2005 01:28 by Mark Scantlebury 5 comments (last - sunday july 24, 2005 05:23)
A call to exclude the SWP and its many front groups from Anarchist movements, non-Anarchist community groups, and general struggles.
The attack is directed at the leadership of the SWP, NOT the rank and file membership.
Also contained are some other points regarding Anarchist organisation, or lack thereof, and the damaging effect that this has upon the sreading of Anarchist ideas and influence. read full story / add a comment