Notes from the US: No backers for gas power? Just hire some!

June 17th: Louis Further rounds up the latest in dodgy goings on across the pond.

London: far-right meeting stopped by antifascists in Lewisham

June 14th: It’s been a bad couple of months for anti-fascism in London.

Block Around the Clock: days of direct action against the fracking industry

June 9th: Three major developments in the fight against fracking happened recently.

Gary Neville luxury development occupied by Persons Unknown

June 8th: Either you retire a hero, or you live long enough to become Nevillan, say squatters as they launch broadside against luxury apartments ousting working class families from Manchester.

Canada: police and military to be banned from future events after protesters block Edmonton Pride Festival

June 13th: Last Saturday Edmonton’s annual Pride Festival march was successfully blocked by protesters unhappy that  the police and military are allowed to join.

Germany: neo-nazis attack social centre in Salzwedel, injure several people

June 8th: On the night of 5th June, the Autonomous Center (AZ) Kim Hubert in a small town of Salzwedel in Saxony-Anhalt has been attacked.

Now it’s New Zealand’s turn for a referendum on abortion

June 5th: After years of facing criticism over their abortion laws, and years of women being forced to travel to another country to receive medical care, the Irish Government gave into pressure from the Irish people and allowed them a chance to express their opinion, and they overwhelmingly voted to repeal their existing laws and, in the

Bosnia and the ‘new Balkan route’

June 11th: Freedom’s refugee support correspondent Chiara Lauvergnac reports from Bosnia and Balkans.

Football and Activism in Jerusalem

June 4th: This text was contributed by a fan of Hapoel Katamon: Israel’s first fan owned football club located in one of the poorest neighbourhoods of Jerusalem.

40 days of struggle towards dignity

June 3rd: For 40 days, a sit-in strike in the Polish parliament building by a group of disabled children, young people and their parents, occupied the national media headlines, but barely made it to the international news.

The 2017 General Election – One Year On

June 16th: Jon Bigger looks over the stumbling Parliamentary scene as Theresa May struggles with Brexit and Ireland.

Fresh Bread in Jordan

June 15th: Here we share the reflections of a Jordanian anarchist on the ongoing popular mobilizations that have gripped Jordan beginning on May 30, 2018, as a response to tax-reform measures proposed by the State in accordance with International Monetary Fund (IMF) demands.

Obituary: Legal Defence And Monitoring Group

June 7th: Sadly the Legal Defence and Monitoring Group collective has decided to dissolve.