March 19th: Freedom’s long-running correspondent Louis Further offers his monthly round-up of news from across the Pond.
March 13th: If you are able to, please support this important fundraiser by CUAPI –Coletivo Urbano em Apoio aos Povos Indígenas: a collective of indigenous and non-indigenous people with libertarian principles struggling and supporting the Guaranis M’bya people in Brazil.
March 12th: Campaigners against a new government law allowing police to attack university grounds had been occupying the Aristotle University’s Rector’s Office, until a dawn raid yesterday.
March 6th: It’s the old coming of age story.
February 16th: 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.
February 6th: KRAS, a section of anarchist international the IWA, has come out swinging against the false choice of a right-wing bigot or a murderous autocrat posed by recent protests — in the following statement the group explains why.
February 5th: On Sunday 7th February, Spanish police are due to arrest rapper Pablo Hasél.
January 28th: A district court in the Belarusian capital Minsk sentenced a group of Food Not Bombs activists to 15 days arrest.
January 27th: On 14th January, the workers of the British company Fresh Tom Export in Almería (South Spain), a vegetable grower and trading company specialising in tomato crops, decided by almost unanimous vote to go on indefinite strike.