Thinking about ecological economy on the basis of social movement experiences

Written by Olli Tammilehto. This article marks the initial publication of several revised papers presented at the fifth TRISE conference titled “Power to Destroy, Power to Create: Building a Culture of Resistance – Towards Radical Social Change,” held in Athens in October 2019. Stay tuned for more updates, as there will be additional publications to […]

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December 12, 2023

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A libertarian look at the situation in Palestine

Written by Italian anarchist and author Andrea Papi Free Palestine. By whom? In squares around the world, rightly and thankfully, it is being heard loudly that the Israeli army must stop bombing the Gaza Strip, causing horrific massacres among the population. In the face of such systematic daily extermination, this demand can only be desirable. […]

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November 10, 2023

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Voices for an Israel-Palestine Confederation

Written by Yavor Tarinski. Republished from Aftoleksi. Democratic confederalism is the contrasting paradigm of the oppressed people. ~ Abdullah Öcalan in Prison Writings: Roots of Civilisation The bombing and invasion of Gaza continues in full force, bringing death and destruction to countless civilians. These attacks should immediately stop, the siege of Gaza must be lifted and […]

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An Activist-Researcher as a Peace Delegate

Written by Dr. Federico Venturini, Human Geographer and Social Ecologist This is a personal relection on an activist-researcher’s experience as a peace delegate. As with all stories, let’s start from the beginning. I believe in freedom and I work towards the elimination of all forms of domination. For this reason I am embedded in many […]

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October 25, 2023

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Stop war against humanity in North and East Syria: Stop Turkey’s war and occupation policies

A global coalition of academics, activists and organisations, among whom John Holloway and Debbie Bookchin, has issued a statement condemning Turkey’s ongoing military operations in North and East Syria. The statement, signed by 183 individuals and 35 collectives, called for urgent international intervention to prevent further “crimes against humanity”. The undersigned express our solidarity with […]

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October 15, 2023

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Degrowing neo-Nazism – Reflections from the Greek 2023 elections and strategy against far-right politics

Written by Maria Dandoulaki. Holder of a BA in Education and currently a Master’s Student in Degrowth and Political Ecology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Maria is an ecological activist and academically is interested in the Political Ecology and Economy of food, Agroecology, Critical-Alternative Pedagogies, and anti-authoritarian perspectives towards radical socio-ecological transformations. June 25th […]

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September 19, 2023

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The flame of self-organization and solidarity burns in the Thessalian plain!

Ioanna-Maria Maravelidi writes about the popular responses to the floods that have caused death and destruction in the Thessaly region of Central Greece. The mayors and regional leaders need to listen carefully this time: Neither in Thessaly nor anywhere else, never again FOR us, WITHOUT us! Self-organization is blossoming on the wreckage left by the […]

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September 16, 2023

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In conversation with Ukrainian grassroots collectives (Part 4 – Odessa)

Fourth segment from social ecologist Davide Grasso’s conversations with Ukrainian grassroots collectives. Grasso is currently travelling throughout Ukraine to meet political activists from anarchist, feminist, and socialist movements. The excitement, arriving in Odessa, is comparable to that felt in Jerusalem, Istanbul or New York. Cities that command respect for their history, human diversity and cultural […]

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September 1, 2023

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In conversation with Ukrainian grassroots collectives (Part 3 – Kyiv)

Third segment from social ecologist Davide Grasso’s conversations with Ukrainian grassroots collectives. Grasso is currently travelling throughout Ukraine to meet political activists from anarchist, feminist, and socialist movements. I meet Sergey from Solidarity Collectives at the headquarters of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in Kiev. I am here with friends from the Social Municipalities of Bologna, […]

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August 26, 2023

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