Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Anarchist Review 8 is Out Now!


The 8th issue of Irish Anarchist Review is at the printers and 1,500 copies will be distributed at this weekends London Anarchist Bookfair. If you are going to the book fair (and if you are anywhere near London you should be) visit the WSM stall and pick up a few copies to distribute to people around you. If you'd like to pick up an entire bundle (50 copies) post a comment here to let us know to expect you.

This issue of the Irish Anarchist Review, explores the idea of solidarity, beyond the workplace, as it extends to women in struggle, travellers, migrants and others. We look at how, solidarity and mutual aid, should involve, not just supporting the exploited and oppressed, but in assisting them in their struggles, and rather than presenting ourselves as saviors, with the solution to their problems, to listen and help amplify their voices as they work towards their own solutions.

The contents of this issue are below

Contents:
• Solidarity for ever?
• Apartheid, Irish style
• Horizons of our Imaginations: Anarchist & Educations
• Many shades, second sex.
• The conquest of Robots
• Creating an Anarchist Theory of Privilege
• Interview: Anti-Deportations Ireland.
• Solidarity, Engagement and the Revolutionary Organisation.
• Why I became an anarchist.
• Spanish Civil War walking tour.
• Book review.
• Interview: Quebec student movement.
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