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October 11, 2012 17:00




1 Stamford Street, SE1 9NT

And now we can get together this Thursday and share !!!



Post (A) Bookfair Party!

October 27, 2012 21:00


TBC - call partyline on the night: 07538 363 864 // 07538 363 798

ABC Prisoner Art Tour Arrives In London


A Prisoner Art Exhibition, collected and co-ordinated by Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) groups and allies, has now arrived at Colorama #2 (or C2), South London, as it begins a year-long tour visiting over a dozen venues across England, Wales and Ireland.

Opposite the old Colorama Cinema, C2 is fast becoming a hub of activity as residents transform the office block and ground level warehouse into a…

Anarchist Bookfair 2012

October 27, 2012 10:00



27th October

From 10am to 7pm

The venue is Queen Mary, University of London,

Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS.

If you are coming by public transport the following buses stop near the college on Mile End Road: 25; 205; 339.

If you are coming by tube the two nearest stations are Mile End (central line / Hammersmith & City line or District line) or Stepney Green (Hammersmith & City line or Dist…

Indymedia Ireland: Peace Process Without Due Process

John McGuffin an Ulster Anarchist

John McGuffin an Ulster anarchist was cremated 10 years ago on this coming May Day in Belfast. I met John in London almost 40 years ago, when we got drunk together.John was the sole anarchist of the People's Democracy movement of the late sixties and carried alone an anarchist banner on the infamous Burntollet part of the civil rights march which was viciously …

“OCCUPY” As an activity of “99%”

An anarchist critique of


As an activity of “99%



Video interviews from 2011 Anarchist Bookfair


The 29th London Anarchist Bookfair has come and gone, packed with thousands of people flicking through over a hundred stalls, attending a comprehensive program of meetings and talks on current issues, watching films & cabaret, catching up, networking, planning and plotting.

Along side our stall, Indymedia London and Be The Media interviewed and talked politics with many of the speakers of the day.…

Counterpower, with Author Tim Gee


Tim Gee, author of 'Counterpower' explains his ideas of why some social resistance movements are more successful than others, and also how these ideas were formed through his own experience being involved with many of the last decades biggest movements, which left him wondering why some seemed to have little or no impact, and how this could be changed.

Solfed - Anarchy in the Workplace


John discusses the work of Solfed, a revolutionary union initiative and the British section of the International Workers Association.

How Solfed brings the ideas and politics of anarchy into the UK workspace, and how he himself came to anarchism.

Luddite Bicentenary with Jim from Advisory Service


Jim from the Advisory Service for Squatters discusses recent developments in squatting laws, and the upcoming celebrations for the bicentinery of the luddites, and when and how he became an activist and anarchist.

Beyond Capitalism - Richard Barbrook


Richard Barbrook joins us again at the bookfair to follow up on last years chat on how the movement could make more of strategy.

This year Richard asks us, 'does anarchism as a political project have anymore meaning?' and looking at this years past events which has seen so much struggle for social change around the world, can any of these movements see 'beyond capitalism?'

New Nuclear Energy: An Anarchists Nightmare


Camilla Berens from Kick Nuclear gives a detailed account of why the UK governments plans to build 8 new nuclear power stations would be an anarchists worst nightmare, and explains the real alternatives that exist.

Stuart Christie Interview - Lessons To Be Learned


Interview with Scottish anarchist writer and publisher, Stuart Christie, best known for being arrested as an 18-year old while carrying explosives to assassinate the Spanish dictator General Franco. Here he discusses the Spanish Revolution, why he became an activist and anarchist, and his advice for the movements of today.

Reclaim Our Media - Donnacha DeLong


The problem in the world of the media is that only a handful of corporations own virtually all of it. All run to make huge profits and have been cutting staff and quality for years. Time to reclaim the media and build new economic models.

Donnacha DeLong, NUJ President, discusses how we might do it.

Patrick from Bicycology


Bicycology is a cyclists' collective that offers a range of activities to promote cycling and make the links with wider issues of environmental and social responsibility. Here Patrick discusses this years workshop at the Anarchist Bookfair, and how he became an activist.

Barefoot Into Cyberspace


Becky Hogge discusses her new book 'Barefoot Into Cyberspace', the enclosure of the internet, the digital rights Committee, and how she became an activist.

The book is available in print, as well as a free online version and e-book on her website.

Dissident Island Radio tonight - Episode 92

November 04, 2011 21:00


www.dissidentisland.org   //   www.catalystradio.org

Capital Expansion In China - Pun Ngai


Pun Ngai explains the work of SACOM which is a new nonprofit organization that originated from a students’ movement devoted to improving the labor conditions of factory workers in China. She uses as an example the 18 young workers atempted suicide at Foxconn Technology Group which makes IPhone products.

Matt Salusbury - Police Databases


Journalist Matt Salusbury discusses police databases, how the police are gathering information on activists, and how to find out what information they may have on you!

Convergence of Unions at Occupy LSX

October 26, 2011 18:00

Convergence of Unions at Occupy LSX.


Pre-Anarchist Bookfair Special

October 21, 2011 19:00

Housmans Bookshop

5 Caledonian Road

King's Cross


London Anarchist Bookfair Programme now available


The Programme for this year’s London Anarchist Bookfair is now out and can be collected from Freedom Bookshop and all the usual other places once we’ve got it there.

Talk: Anarchy in the Egyptian Revolution

October 22, 2011 15:00


Anarchy in the Egyptian Revolution: a talk by three Egyptian Anarchists about Tahrir Square, the Arab Spring, and the Anti-Capitalist Struggle

Anarchist Bookfair 2011


Saturday 22 October, 10am-7pm Queen Mary, Univ. of London, Mile End Road, Mile End tube

At this year's bookfair we have an incredible wide range of groups, campaigns, publishers, distros, centres and bookshops coming along. Check out the “bookings” to see who will be there.

We have some 60 hours of various meetings to interest all tastes. These are on the “meetings” page. The time table …

Anarchist Bookfair

October 22, 2011 10:00


Saturday 22 October, 10am-7pm Queen Mary, Univ. of London, Mile End Road, Mile End tube

At this year's bookfair we have an incredible wide range of groups, campaigns, publishers, distros, centres and bookshops coming along. Check out the “bookings” to see who will be there.

We have some 60 hours of various meetings to interest all tastes. These are on the “meetings” page. The time tab…


November 22, 2011 19:00



November 08, 2011 19:00


A 5th of November never to be forgot!

November 05, 2011 18:00


Outside the Houses of Parliament - where else?

youtube.com/democraciainclusiva: Inclusive Democracy as a political project for a n




ID is a project for direct political democracy, economic democracy (beyond the confines of the market economy and state planning), as well as democracy in the social realm and ecological democracy. In short, Inclusive Democracy is a form of social organisation which re-integr…

Dissident Island: download the latest show

Dissident Island Radio - 5 November 2010 - EPISODE 69:

Holy crap. This is a firey hot, jam-packed show. Here's what you can look forward to:

  • Our friends from the band 52 Commercial Road on the imminent release of their long-awaited 2nd album on 12 November
  • the totally awesome printer's co-operative, Footprint, on their 10th birthday festivities and zine fair
  • an interview from this week's