The second of two essays by Miguel Amorós on the concept of “territory”, and a further contribution our series on the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.
We (Autonomies) share below the first of two essays by Amorós on “territory”, further contributions to our series on the “May 68 writers” Amorós, Jaime Semprun, Amedeo Bertolo and Eduardo Colombo.
Piece by Pablo Abufom about the current political situation in Latin America. Pablo Abufom is a translator in Santiago, Chile and is active with Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores NO+AFP, a social movement for a new public pensions system, and Centro Social y Librería Proyección, a bookstore and community space for social movements in Santiago. He is a member of the political organization Solidaridad.
Capitalism is killing the planet. The answer should be staring every environmentalist in the face: get rid of capitalism!
On August 25th we were part of creating a platform for activists from different unions, students, grassroots organisers, activists from the other Nordic countries and many more – to express and protest against the proposed restrictions on the right to strike.
This guide is intended as an introduction to the ideas surrounding green capitalism as well as the alternatives to it. We hope it will support attempts to resist the threat of green capitalism and create space for real ecological alternatives.
Recent anger over Nike’s current endorsement deal reminded me of a period in the 1990s when Nike was facing consumer anger of its labour practices and a strike by Indonesian workers at one of its factories.
In this education series we look at experiments, which have arisen through working class struggles, to create alternatives to capitalism.
The port of Hamburg is not only the city’s landmark, but also an international transshipment point where radioactive materials, energy commodities that are harmful to the climate, deadly arms, animal “products” and many other goods are handled. Therefore, it is also a junction where global social injustice, the destruction of the environment and exploitation come together. Let us unite and explore how to get active and oppose the destructive conditions of capitalism.
Construction noises ring out all through the night around Amazon HQ1 in Seattle. Lonely janitors scrub and mop the surfaces of the Amazon Spheres, locally known as the Bezos Ballz. While they are paid 15-20 dollars an hours, well-paid Amazon executives cruise out of their parking garages in Teslas, Porches, and Lamborghinis. Their 100K a year underlings file through the glass doors and wait for the shuttle back to their luxury apartment. In an unseen jungle camp far away from HQ1, a homeless person dies every two days. In January 2018 alone, 16 people have lost their lives on the streets of Seattle. Jeff Bezos is still the richest man on earth.