In this video, the representatives of the workers of Viomihaniki Metalleftiki (Greece) talk about their attempt to take over the factory and run it as a cooperative of workers. Continue reading
Does your city still have a GA? Is it working?
A team of Denver based Occupiers are conducting a large scale research project to understand Occupy GAs around the country. How many are still going? What are they like? Who attends them? What do they do?
Take our survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5NNHZK6 Continue reading
The uprising is all too often reduced to the question of Slovenia and of the Slovenian nation and thus its emancipatory potential is numbed. These tendencies come from some intellectuals, cultural workers, artists, representatives of the civil society and the media, who consider themselves supporters of the uprising, yet they typically want to define it, direct it and channel its course. With such supporters, who have completely internalized the prohibition against any kind of real, radical, political resistance, we essentially need no opponents. There are at least three things that need to be clarified at this point. Continue reading
Real Democracy Australia have launched a world first deliberative democracy Facebook application. The application will allow people to put proposal forward, vote for or against and give their reasons why. Continue reading
InterOccupy is putting out a call for people who want to help maintain strong communication with us for the movement. Whatever level of time commitment you can afford would help! We have tasks large and small that we need help with. Continue reading
S17’s Everything You Need to Know Update! On September 15-17th in New York City, we are organizing three days of education, celebration and resistance to economic injustice with a full slate of permitted convergences, family friendly assemblies, a big concert, and mass civil disobedience on that Monday in the heart of the financial district. The evolving schedule as well as detailed information can be found at s17nyc.org. Continue reading
The Common Ground Collective that Created the Common Ground Health Clinic reaches out to Occupy for help supplying aid to New Orleans in aftermath of Isaac. Find out how you can volunteer, provide material or financial support.
Local organizations in New Orleans have been ravaged by budget cuts and will not see money from the FEMA and the FEDS till Tuesday/ Wednesday. The Common Ground Clinic in particular will need ice to keep insulin/other meds cool till then, medical supplies, and potable water. Please email email@example.com to be connected to people on the ground in New Orleans. Continue reading