All posts tagged resistance

Event: Global Uprisings/ Resistance: Turkey, Egypt and Brazil

The summer of 2013 was witness to a series of social uprisings and resistance movements across the globe. This meeting looks back on the events that took place in Turkey, Egypt and Brazil – their underlying causes, and what their […]

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Occupy And Resist: The New Politics of Turkey

On his return from Istanbul, Kerem Nisancioglu reflects on the similarities and differences between the Occupy movement and recent events in Turkey. Thousands of hands go up in the air, vigorously shaking. A small group starts cheering and clapping, only […]

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Review: Revolting Subjects

Thom Tyerman reviews Imogen Tyler’s Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain published by Zed Books Taking a wide variety of issues and cases Imogen Tyler provides a comprehensive analysis that displays with clarity the complex workings of neoliberal governmentality […]

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‘Idealists with no military training’: remembering the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

“Jewish workers, unite: you have nothing to lose except your enslavement in blood.” – Der Oifbroise, Hashomer Hatzair newsletter, paraphrasing the Communist Manifesto The seventieth anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising is upon us. The battle, started on April 19th […]

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‘What should radical political organisations look like today?’ at Occupy Sussex

Maia Pal reports back on a meeting on radical activism and organisation, held in Brighton at the Sussex Occupation. Below, Luke Cooper replies to the debate. On Wednesday 6 March, activists put together a forum entitled ‘What should radical political […]

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Video: Owen Jones on class, austerity and socialism today

In the first of our Radical Voices interview series, Anticapitalists.org spoke to Owen Jones

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Greece: seeds of hope in the despair of austerity

Greek historian and activist, Eugene Michail, discusses the country’s social decay and looks for hope in alternatives Greece is featuring less and less frequently in the international headlines. Even in the Eurogroup meetings, the Greek finance minister has happily noted […]

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The unequal “war” between Israel and Palestine

The biggest scandal of the media reporting is the myth of inequality created between the Palestinian and Israeli sides, argues Simon Hardy

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