Derry. Northern Ireland. The Derry Anarchist Collective stands in solidarity with our comrades in Bristol and other cities in their continued resistance to the Police Bill.Continue reading Kill The Bill: Solidarity with Bristol Protesters! [Derry]
Derry. Issue 13 of Barricade Bulletin created by the Derry Anarchist Collective is now available from members locally or directly from the usual local outlets. Or download issue 13 (PDF).Continue reading Barricade Bulletin No.13 OUT NOW!
Derry. Northern Ireland. It’s hard to image the damage caused to the lives and the mental health of those subjected to ‘punishment attacks’ in working class areas of the North unless you or your immediate family members have been directly involved themselves.Continue reading Crime & Punishment: Isn’t It About Time To Call An End To The Brutality Of Working Class Communities? – By Derry Anarchists
Derry. Issue 12 of Barricade Bulletin created by the Derry Anarchist Collective is now available from members locally or directly from the usual local outlets. Or download issue 12 (PDF).Continue reading Derry Anarchist Collective: Barricade Bulletin No.12 OUT NOW!
Derry. Issue 11 of Barricade Bulletin created by the Derry Anarchist Collective is now available from members locally or directly from the usual local outlets. Or download issue 11 (PDF).Continue reading Derry: Barricade Bulletin No.11 – Out Now!
Derry. Northern Ireland. Prisoner solidarity is vitally important work for any group of activist proclaiming to be anarchist or an anarchist organisation.Continue reading #Derry Anarchist Black Cross – Solidarity is a weapon!
Northern Island. March 28, 2020. On Wednesday March 25th around a thousand workers at the food processing plant at Moy Park in Portadown went out on a wildcat strike over coronavirus safety concerns, including adequate social distancing. This was followed by a strike of 80 workers at the ABP food processing plant in Lurgan, Co. Armagh, expressing the same concerns.Continue reading Northern Ireland: Workers strike over #coronavirus
Derry/Londonderry. North-Irish territory. 2020 marks the 48th anniversary of the 1972 Bloody Sunday in Derry, a day in which 14 innocent people were murdered on the streets of Derry as the British State who deployed the notorious Paratroop Regiment in an effort smash a peaceful a civil rights march.Continue reading #Derry: Bloody Sunday 2020: An injustice to one is an injustice to all!
Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir responds to the election analysis offered by Sinn Fein’s Natalie Treacy. Eimhéar Ní Fhearóir is an anarchist who was previously involved with republican activism.Continue reading #SinnFéin #LE19: From Full Confidence Of Victory To Arrogance And Entitlement