Organizing Meetings


EVERETT, Martyn. Practical Anarchism: University of the Third Age (U3A)

Asked to give examples of how anarchist ideas work in practice most anarchists would probably suggest the collectivisation of industry during the (...)

Pointing the way ahead: Community organising in Southern Italy

SPEZZANO ALBANESE is a small town of 6000 situated in La Sila. in Calabria. There is an Albanian community where Albanian is still spoken and (...)

A practical guide to anarchist organization

For absolute beginners and isolated individuals (or groups of 2 or 3) A common experience for people, particularly young people who come to (...)

Evaluating an Anarchist Group

Once you have found an anarchist group the next thing to do is to work out whether or not you should get involved in it. If the answer is ’no’ (...)

Setting up an anarchist group

There are four simple requirements for an effective organisation • people • politics • money • commitment. People People is pretty (...)

The policy of an anarchist organisation

There have been and are large disagreements within the anarchist movement over how anarchist organisations should formulate policy and whether or (...)

Contributing to an anarchist group

Now your a member of an anarchist group it’s time to start thinking about what sort of contribution you can make to the group. Don’t allow yourself (...)

WILLIAMS, Dana. "Feeder Marches and "Diversity of Tactics" in Northeast Ohio Anti-war Activism"

"There are two main ways in which anarchists have contributed to the Left in recent history. First, anarchists themselves have become an (...)

The Dinner Party, by Stephan P. Andrews

Andrews description of a dinner party as a sociological model for society has inspired the idea of the "Temporary Autonomous Zone" (TAZ) to the (...)

AMSTER, Randall. "Restoring (Dis)Order: Sanctions, Resolutions, and ’Social Control’ in Anarchist Communities"

Contemporary Justice Review (2003), 6 (1): 9-24.