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Monthly Archives: May 2013
Approximately 80 people attended a debate in Rotorua on May 24th on the subject of homelessness. The debate was framed around the topic of “Joining the Homeless is a Great Lifestyle Choice.” Speakers included two current City Councillors Merepeka Raukawa-Tait … Continue reading
Under the pretence of ‘feeding the world’, Monsanto – the leading commercial force behind the creation, promotion, and widespread use of pesticides and genetically modified seeds in farming – is making millions. In fact, in its most recent quarterly report, … Continue reading
During the last election the centre-right National Party lead by multi-millionaire John Key, said it would partly privatise certain state assets if re-elected. Its main losing rival was the Labour Party, at the time lead by the uncharismatic Phil Goff, … Continue reading
– by The Red Chef (member of the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement) It seems that over the last few years the chef has become a rather in vogue character following the rise of some notorious TV chefs like Jamie Oliver, … Continue reading
This pamphlet was published by our comrades of the British Anarchist Federation in 2010. A revised second edition was released last month. You can download a PDF pamphlet here. CONTENTS Introduction What We’re Fighting: Capitalism and Hierarchy Who We Are … Continue reading
The Federation for Anarchist Organizing (FAO) invites everyone to come to Ljubljana this May and join us at the Balkan Anarchist Bookfair (BAB). It has been ten years since the BAB started its voyage across the Balkans with the aim … Continue reading
Jared Davidson, AK Press, and the Museum of Wellington City & Sea invite you to the launch of Sewing Freedom, a new book on early anarchism and labour history in New Zealand. “Sewing Freedom works on several levels. It is … Continue reading