The struggle for climate justice cannot limit its focus to environmental issues. It is the hierarchical system as a whole that is threatening our planet and our lives.Continue reading Social Ecology: Radicalizing the Climate Movement
A statement signed by more than 70 academics, militants and independent political groups calls upon the global left to break its silence and express its solidarity with the people of Iran.Continue reading Leftists worldwide, stand by the protesters in #Iran!
Colombia’s national civic strike is paving the way for a rural-urban coalition of protesters and movements that together can take on President Duque’s right-wing government.Continue reading #Colombia on strike: “This government has to fall”
A film telling of the Hong Kong insurrection, by Ross Domoney …Continue reading Hong Kong Wears Black
The Gilets Jaunes are not just another strike or protest movement. They are in perpetual movement. There isn’t an “after.” Because there isn’t an end.Continue reading For the #GiletsJaunes, there won’t be an “after”
Chile. What started as a student protest against fare hikes has turned into a widely supported civil uprising against President Piñera’s authoritarian neoliberal regime.Continue reading #Chile: Chronicle of an insurrection
Athens. Recent evictions of several squats, some housing refugees and migrants, mark the beginning of a new chapter of repression and dissent in Greece.Continue reading First they take #Exarcheia
Reflections on the sudanese revolution.Continue reading #Sudan: An unfinished revolution
Peter Gelderloos’ critical appraisal of spain’s “municipalities of change” is timely.Continue reading Peter Gelderloos: What went wrong for the municipalists in Spain?
Against the backdrop of state and gang violence, some of the continent’s most affected communities have taken radical measures to defend themselves and build new social counter-powers from below.