International

18th March 2019
Statement On the "Yellow Vests" From The Federation Anarchiste (09/12/18)

Several weeks ago, a movement of anger as we have not seen in a longtime appeared in France, totally disorienting the state power. It is understandable and legitimate in regard to the suffered social violence; the diversity of its participants is an indication of how much people are fed up with the successive, more or […]

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18th March 2019
The Anti-Workers’ Party rage in Brazil: Progressive or Reactionary?

With the radically polarised process of Brazil's presidential elections and the victory of an openly neo-fascist candidate, an important concept emerges that needs to be better understood within the Brazilian and international activist community: The Anti-Workers’ Party (PT) rage.

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18th March 2019
Statement From Brazilian Women Against Fascism UK

The presidential elections in Brazil ended with the victory of the neo-fascist candidate Jair Bolsonaro of the far-right party Social Liberal Party (PSL), with just over 55% of the valid votes. After a necessary period of recovery and reflection, we as the Brazilian Women Against Fascism UK group would like to outline what we believe are […]

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15th March 2019
An Interview With The Bangladesh Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation

(Originally shared on www.loveandragemedia.org) Contact BASF: [email protected] facebook.com/basfsylhet  We do not know anything about an anarcho-syndicalist movement in Bangladesh. Please tell us, how everything started. Had there been anarchist traditions or a union movement for a longer time? Had there been contacts to organizations in other countries? The Bangladesh anarchist workers’ movement is less than […]

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