Archive for April 2022

Odyssey and meeting around Kyiv

April 29, 2022

Kiyv. Ukraine. Chronicle and interview about solidary organization from below (but not only) in Ukraine.

Odyssey and meeting around Kyiv

Aus Le Monde diplomatique: Viva la Commune!

April 24, 2022

Paris ist die Hauptstadt des Protests. Viele Bewegungen beziehen sich mit Graffiti noch heute auf die Commune von 1871.

Von Mathilde Larrère • 24. April 2022

Wie bei früheren Revolutionen dienten auch in der Zeit der Pariser Kommune 1871 Plakate und Graffiti zur Information und Mobilisierung der Stadtbewohner:innen. Nach der „Blutwoche“ vom 21. bis 28. Mai, in der Regierungstruppen den Aufstand endgültig niederschlugen, wurden all diese „revolutionären Wandbilder“ getilgt.

Weiterlesen bei:

www.taz.de/Archiv-Suche/!5849655

On militarism, the fight against Putin and the prospects: An April interview with Anarchy Today

April 12, 2022

For many years Russia has been an authoritarian militaristic dictatorship and the situation is getting worse. In Russia, the struggle against …

On militarism, the fight against Putin and the prospects: An April interview with Anarchy Today

Sabotage in rail road network: Arrests

April 11, 2022

Belarus. On April 6, the Ministry of the Interior reported that law enforcement forces used live ammunition to arrest „saboteurs“ along a rail track …

Sabotage in rail road network: Arrests

Petition from the International Community of Gender Scholars against the War in Ukraine and in Support of the Ukrainian People

April 5, 2022

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Petition from the International Community of Gender Scholars against the War in Ukraine and in Support of the Ukrainian People

We, scholars from the international academic community who share the ideas of gender justice and equality, stand in condemnation of the Russian military aggression in Ukraine and call for an immediate end to the crimes against peace and humanity.

We express our deep sorrow for the people who find themselves in the epicenter of military conflict. War takes away the most precious thing – human life. War deprives people of their homes, their homeland, their meanings, their possibilities, and hopes. War breeds aggression, cruelty, neglect of human rights, and hatred. Women and children are especially vulnerable in wartime. They are victims of numerous crimes: Russian missiles fall on nurseries, schools, and maternity centers.

Russia’s unjustified war is a product of a patriarchal and authoritarian political regime in which decisions are made by non-democratic means. Opposition, including feminists, is systematically persecuted and suppressed, and most media have become instruments of violent propaganda.

We denounce the Russian political regime and its media propaganda. We express solidarity with all the movements and individuals who are calling for an end to the war. We share the belief that humanity, freedom, and justice always win. We are eternally grateful to our colleagues for their acts of civil resistance and solidarity.

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75 people have signed the petition already (64 Russian citizens, 2 – Finland, 2 – Britain, 2 – Moldova/Russia, 1 – USA, 1 – Greece, 1 – Germany, 1 – Russia/France, 1 – Russia/Finland). We are not publishing information about the people who signed the petition for security reasons – they could face up to 15 years in prison in Russia. You can sign the petition by filling out the form here.

— Weiterlesen femcorus.org/petition_e