Aris Thessaloniki was founded in 1914 in Votsi an area close to the historical centre of Thessaloniki. Aris is considered up to now and despite the tough economic situations that, beyond others, lead the football club in the 2nd division this past year, one of the most successful teams in Greece, as it counts numerous titles in every sport (4th in that list , coming after Olimpiakos
In Kupoli, Mannerheimintie 5 B, 7th floor. People's kitchen offers cheap vegan food at 16:00, the lecture starts at 16:30. Everyone shoud have an equal right to participate in the decision making of their own communities and societies. Hierarchy externalizes power to a small elite and enables corruption. The representative system doesn't give room nor possibilities for individuals to air their views on how the matters of their communities should be organized. Where to begin? How to organize a public meeting and how can a consesus be reached? How to identify the injustices and fix them together? The aim of this lecture is to give participants the ability to put horizontal decision making into effect in different situations and groups. Event in...
On November 20 Mikalai Dziadok was charged with malicious disobedience to the demands of prison administration (art.411). This became known from a state lawyer, who had been called to attend the procedure. The case was started on November 13. In the near future the anarchist will be transferred to the pre-trial detention centre as a defendant. Before that Dziadok had spent 8 days in a punishment cell, and was transferred to the solitary confinement. The prisoner must have been set free on March 3, 2015 after 4.5 year in prison. The new case can add a year to his final sentence. As you know, the presidential elections are to take place in autumn of 2015. Lukashenko does his best to neutralise his political opponents, especially anarchists, who fight against any power and are ready to act...
The story of this interview is different from how interviews are usually recorded. The person answering the questions is in the place not very accessible for journalists – Lefortovo Moscow Pretrial Detention Facility that is still known as RF FSB SIZO (RF FSB SIZO - pre-trial detention facility of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation – transl.).
Helsinki - Saturday January 3rd, 2015 In January 2014, during Russian new year holidays, the first edition of the Father Frost against Putin Festival was organised in Helsinki. Revolutionaries, disguised as average tourists and consumers, slipped over the borders from Russia to Finland under the watchful eyes of the border guards, and arrived in Helsinki. On the first Saturday in January, struggles for the environment, free spaces in St. Petersburg, for political prisoners, and other political fights in the area of former Soviet Union were discussed. Little did Putin, Russian bureaucrats and oligarchs know, what was being planned for their peril. However, revolutionary forces failed to make a lasting change to the political landscape in Russia and Finland. Instead of a revolution, Putin...
The first Baltic Anarchist Winter Meeting was held in Helsinki in January 2014. After a successful first meeting a second edition will follow on Sunday January 4th, 2015.
Dear friends! We ask you to support Ilya Romanov, Russian anarchist accused of 'terrorism', who has already spent a year in prison. ABC-Moscow included him in the list of anarchist political prisoners. On 26 October 2013 46-year-old anarchist Ilya Romanov was wounded in the city of Nizhnii Novgorod.
Restaurant day special, people's kitchen opens at 12:00.
Disturbances lecture series 2nd of November: Direct democracy as an alternative to student council elections In Kupoli, Uusi ylioppilastalo, Mannerheimintie 5 B, 7th floor Vegan food served 4 PM, Lecture 4:30 PM. A discussion on anarchist alternatives t
This text was written as an answer to our foreign friends' questions about situation in the Eastern Ukraine and Russian anarchists' attitude towards that. We hope it will be of use to everybody interested in these matters. The situation is complex and controversial and you should understand that the text below does not (and can't) reflect the opinion of all Russian anti-fascists and anti-capitalists. We discussed this within our group, but even here we have a couple of contradicting points of view.
Aleksandr Kolchenko: I am not a terrorist. I am a citizen of Ukraine
Second Baltic Anarchist Winter Meeting 4th of January 2015 in Helsinki
Moscow Autonomous Action on the Ukrainian war
Welcome to Father Frost against Putin II Festival
Appeal to support Ilya Romanov
On Friday, the 2nd of May, the House of Trade Unions in Odessa caught on fire. Altogether at least 42 people lost their lives during the clashes in the city, most of them in the fire and the others in streetfights. There is an excellent Russian language, eyewitness account of the events available here. Events began to unfold when armed pro-Russian AntiMaidan fighters attacked a demonstration organised by football hooligans with nationalist sympathies. This attack resulted in lethalities, but soon the pro-Russians were overpowered. They escaped back to their protest camp in the Kulikovo field, but pro-Kiev demonstrators followed and lit the protest camp on fire. The pro-Russians then escaped to the House of the Trade Unions, which soon caught on fire. The fire spreading, is visible in this...
Our team is called Club America , was founded on October 12, 1916 , the first name at that time was that of " Centro Union " the colors were blue and yellow or in this case , cream color.
28th of November Lenin district court of the city of Tyumen uphold a request of the prosecutor of the Lenin district on recognition a text I wrote two years ago as “extremist”. My article “on anarchism and violence” was published in issue 33 of Avtonom journal in autumn of 2011, and also in 5th issue of Finnish anarchist journal Väärinajattelija. I published both of these texts with a pseudonyme, as I did not want Russian authorities to pay unsoliticed attention...
http://www.colta.ru/docs/29793 Morning Visitors The windows of the pricey Finnish supermarket Prisma, in Saint Petersburg’s former Warsaw Station, look out onto a structure with a half-collapsed roof and scruffy walls. People live there, however. They pay rent to the mysterious “proprietor” of the resettled residential building. He probably managed to “come to terms” with local “law enforcement” for a time, but the building is slated for demolition. Early in the morning of August 13, uniformed OMON riot police and plainclothes officers raided the homes of migrant workers in this building on the city’s Obvodny Canal. Human rights activist and sociologist Andrei Yakimov, from the Memorial Anti-Discrimination Center, recounts what happened....
In Sevastopol, Russian Army raided without any warning local squatted social center "Autumn ball". Russian army considers the squatted center as their property. Video documents the events.