April 24th: The London headquarters of Amnesty International have been occupied by Kurdish activists and friends to shed light on the Kurdish Hunger Strikes.
April 23rd: Geoffrey Servante, almost certainly the last surviving British member of the International Brigades of the Spanish Civil War passed away last Sunday at the age of 99.
April 18th: On Monday, the Green Anti-Capitalist Front took part in the environmentalist actions which begun in London. Here is their report from the day.
April 22nd: The North Caucasian District Military Court in Rostov sentenced an anarchist Yevgeny Karakashev to 6 years in a penal colony and two-year internet ban.
April 14th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.
April 11th: Amid presence the courtroom of riot police, regular police, court bailiffs and supporters, the trial in the case of the Network begun in St.
April 20th: It is a standard cliché of Marxist attacks on anarchism to contrast “individualistic” anarchism with “collectivist” syndicalism.
April 10th: Darcey Hartley’s dad, Ian, has been in prison for over 13 years, even though he was only required to serve two years and 11 months.
March 23rd: This text talks about social benefits, but with a focus on people who have mental health issues due to being abused as children: a group hardly considered at all, and being failed by the Work Capability Assessment.
April 7th: This article was orginially posted on the website of London Antifascists.
March 25th: “…the weakening of the state, the progressive development of its imperfections, is a social necessity.
March 20th: In Ireland, a 2010 structural adjustment programme ordered the country to start charging domestic customers for water, where previously it was included in local taxation.