On 18th July 2017, 35 refugees in Moria camp on Lesvos were arrested. The arrests followed a two day protest involving a sit- in outside of the European Asylum Support Office inside the camp and a demonstration. The protesters were holding banners denouncing dehumanizing conditions in the camp, and calling for freedom of movement for
Further Education (FE), which is a resource primarily used by working class and low income people, has had a 35% funding cut since 2009.
Political struggle, anarchism, and education have a long, complex history.
Remember this Polish neo-nazi group National Radical Camp, or ONR, who recently organised beach patrols in Italy in order to “protect women from migrants“?
Last week, 6 defendants from the Campaign to Protect Pont Valley were acquitted at Teeside Magistrates Court for direct action taken at the new opencast coal site, officially known as the Bradley site, in County Durham.
Maurice Reclus considers the problems with organising at firms which are heavily virtualised and sited across multiple countries.