Swedish territory: Statement about the ongoing dock conflict by Uppsala Autonomous Students .Continue reading A comment to the ongoing dock conflict by #Uppsala Autonomous Students
Two activists with the SAC syndicalist union in Sweden write on the “Peace Obligation” proposal which would effectively outlaw strikes and workplaces actions outside of narrow conditions. The piece explains both the political context for the proposal – crafted jointly by employers and major unions and backed by the Social Democratic Party – as well as the the resistance led by a coalition of independent unions and activists.Continue reading Class War in Social Democratic #Sweden
Stockholm: On January 27, 2019 there will be an support event for the imprisoned and tortured comrades in the Russian cities St. Petersburg and Penza. There will also be a solidarity action in front of the Russian embassy.Continue reading #Stockholm: Support event for antifascists who are imprisoned in Russia!
Report about antifascist counter protests on November 30 during the 300th anniversary of the death of King Karl XII in Stockholm, Swedish territory.
Welcome to the first Anarchist Bookfair of Umeå (Västerbotten county, Sweden/occupied Sápmi).
This is a video in English about the Right to Strike rally in Sweden and the demonstration that was held on Saturday August 25 in Stockholm by anarchist and autonomous organizations, unions and individuals.
Sweden August 25: A call to strike back by the by the Autonomous Revolutionary Nordic Alliance (ARNA).
This article is an English translation of the much read article by AFA Malmö about a neo-nazi falling in love, and later going on a date, with antifascists.
Stockholm August 25, 2018: International call for mass actions which will be organized as a “five finger” action with different blocs as well as smaller groups each acting in solidarity but with different targets and topics. We encourage people to come and help us shut down Stockholm and to act together but with a diversity of tactics.
In February this year one of the Plan C members had a chance to sit down with a comrade from Autonom Organisering (AO) in Lund, southern Sweden. They talked about the Swedish political situation and AO’s wider network, the Autonomous Revolutionary Nordic Alliance (ARNA), who we first saw mobilising for the G20 in Hamburg.