9th November 2013
International Action Day Against Gold Mines in Halkidiki
What is at Stake
Halkidiki, the birthplace of the ancient philosopher Aristotle, is a place of such great natural beauty that, every year, it is flooded by tourists from all over the world. In the western part of Halkidiki lies the primeval forest of[...]
9th November 2013
Agora99 is a Euro-Mediterranean meeting on Debt, Democracy and Rights aimed to create a wide and shared process towards a Europe of the commons. It met on the 1st-3rd November 2013
Occupier Vica attended the European Convergence meeting 2013 in Amsterdam. This meeting brought activists, organizations and networks that are addressing the undemocratic neoliberal crisis strategy and governance imposed from the EU – the EU shock doctrine – to discuss together which strategies have been more successful and to identify what are the common lines from[...]Read more →
On Saturday The London Greek Solidarity movement had anti-fascist demonstration outside the Greek Embassy in London. A rejection of the Golden Dawn, Neo-Nazi ideology. This was called after a hip=hop artist and anti-fascist activist was murdered in a knife attack.
GOLD MINING IN GREECE: STORIES OF RESISTANCE AND REPRESSION.
For some reason, the police decided[...]
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IN THE FORM OF LIVESTREAM
Lazaros Toskas, member of the Struggle Coordinating Committee of Megali Panagia, shares stories of resistance and repression, of mining, rights and the politics of development in Greece.
Other speakers from Corporate Watch, Greece Solidarity Campaign and London Mining Network.
Call for solidarity demonstration Greek Embassy,[...]
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Occupy Gezi. Taksim Square visits Modern Tate London.[...]
Brief stream of people chanting slogans in Turkish solidarity rally.
Brief conversation with a young Turkish socialist.
Later on. Another stream from Mhoust42[...]Read more →
From the uprising in northern Africa to the assemblies in Spain, followed by the spreading of Occupy, new social movements have sprung up all over the world. Our structures, ways of organising and tactics are still in their embryonic form: working through experimentations and learning from the inevitable difficulties. To progress and strengthen these processes,[...]Read more →