Júlio do Carmo Gomes
If there is a place in critical alternative literature for an all-encompassing disobedience shrouded in anonymity, then participatory economics could be considered the hopeful yet rarely seen side of the radical transformation of societies and human life.
Letter From Paris
After years of wars and barbaric acts, Guantánamos, daily bombardments, societies destroyed, millions of displaced people and refugees, hundreds of thousands dead, thousands tortured, unhinged minds seeking comfort and vengeance in the irrational and in religious fanaticism –
poetische Nächte, rebellische Tage, und dann beginnen die Bücher zu erwachen ...
26/4 “Utopias are like olive trees” 27/4 “Democracy or populism?” 28/4 “From the possible Revolution to the necessary revolutions”
Do it yourself
congress: April 28th to April 30th
Concepts of grassroots organization, community organizing and autonomy