We are delighted to announce that we secured a grant from the Political Studies Association (https://www.psa.ac.uk), through our collaboration with the Anarchist Studies Specialist Group (http://anarchist-studies-network.org.uk). This funding will support our upcoming conference ‘Power to destroy, power to create: building a culture of resistance towards radical social change’ (Athens, 25-26 October 2019). More information about […]Read More Announcement
Written by Vincent Gerber (Geneva, September 2010, revised in 2017) “The ‘population problem’ has a Phoenix-like existence: it rises from the ashes at least every generation and sometimes every decade or so. The prophecies are usually the same – namely, that human beings are populating the earth in ‘unprecedented numbers’ and ‘devouring’ its resources […]Read More One Less Child for One More Car?
Article by Brian Morris, written in 2009 and included in “Anthropology, Ecology, and Anarchism: A Brian Morris Reader” (2015, PM Press). Brian Morris is one of of the keynote speakers at our upcoming conference in Thessaloniki. In this article from 2009 he gives his own perspective on the political legacy of Murray Bookchin and its stance […]Read More The Political Legacy of Murray Bookchin
Written by Sandy Dacombe in February 2001, originally published on the blog On Africa We are proud to have Brian Morris as one our six keynote speakers at the Conference in Thessaloniki in September. We here publish a portrait of him written in 2001. After talking to Professor Brian Morris, I find […]Read More Antrop-apologist
Article by Theodoros Karyotis. First published at roarmag.org July 2016 Today, exactly one year ago, refugee families and supporters who were sleeping at Thessaloniki’s three occupied refugee shelters — Nikis, Orfanotrofeio and Hurriya — were woken up by police in riot gear. We here present an article from last summer by Theodoros Karyotis who is one of […]Read More Criminalizing solidarity: The Greek state’s war on the movements