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
Article by Dan Chodorkoff, originally published at the Institute for Social Ecology Blog. Dan Chodorkoff is one of of the keynote speakers at our upcoming conference in Thessaloniki. We here present an article of him from 2012 where he discusses the potentials coming out of the Occupy movement. Summer fades to Fall and more […]Read More Occupy your Neighborhood
Article by Eleanor Finley, originally published in ROAR magazine in February 2017 Humanity stands at a crossroads. Now, more than ever, history calls for a grassroots democracy at a global scale. If we look carefully, all the tools are at hand. “Whether the twenty-first century will be the most radical of times or the most […]Read More Reason, creativity and freedom: the communalist model
We are proud to present the keynote speakers of our Conference in Thessaloniki 1-3 of September! Read the full program of the conference here! Brian Morris, London Keynote speech title: “The legacy of Murray Bookchin” Brian Morris is emeritus professor of anthropology at Goldsmiths College at the University of London. He is a […]Read More Keynote speakers announced!
Article by Olli Tammilehto, originally published in the book Sustainable Futures: Replacing Growth Imperative and Hierarchies with Sustainable Ways in 2009 (written in October 2008). Our ecological situation on the Earth is very precarious. We are on the verge of global climate catastrophe. Humanity has only a short period of time to change its metabolism with […]Read More Rapid Social Change as a Pre-Requisite For Preventing Global Climate Catastrophe