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international / mouvement anarchiste / entrevue Saturday September 26, 2015 13:42 by Corporate Watch
Entrevue du groupe Corporate Watch avec 3 membres de l'organisation turque Devrimci Anarşist Faaliye (DAF).

Traduction du Collectif anarchiste Emma Goldman (Saguenay, Nitassinan). read full story / add a comment
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internazionale / movimento anarchico / intervista Wednesday September 02, 2015 17:55 by Corporate Watch   image 1 image
Nel maggio di quest'anno, i ricercatori di Corporate Watch hanno viaggiato per la Turchia ed il Kurdistan per un lavoro di inchiesta sulle imprese che forniscono equipaggiamento militare alla polizia ed all'esercito turchi. Abbiamo incontrato con diversi gruppi impegnati in vari movimenti e varie campagne. Di seguito la trascrizione dell'intervista con 3 militanti del gruppo anarchico Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet (DAF, o Azione Rivoluzionaria Anarchica) a Istanbul nel maggio di quest'anno. Il DAF è impegnato nella solidarietà con la lotta curda, con la rivoluzione nella Rojava e contro l'attacco dell'ISIS a Kobane, ed è ugualmente attivo nel contrastare la repressione dello stato turco e gli abusi delle imprese. Il DAF sta cercando di costruire un'alternativa al sistema attuale attraverso l'auto-organizzazione, il mutuo appoggio e le cooperative. L'intervista è stata fatta durante la campagna elettorale per le elezioni turche e tocca anche la campagna elettorale dell'HDP, il Partito Democratico del Popolo, filo-curdo. Subito dopo l'intervista, l'HDP era riuscito a superare la soglia del 10% dei voti necessaria per entrare nel Parlamento turco. I militanti del DAF – che preferiscono mantenere l'anonimato – iniziano l'intervista con la storia dell'anarchismo nella regione. [English] read full story / add a comment
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international / anarchist movement / feature Tuesday September 01, 2015 19:41 by Corporate Watch   image 1 image
In May this year, Corporate Watch researchers travelled to Turkey and Kurdistan to investigate the companies supplying military equipment to the Turkish police and army. We talked to a range of groups from a variety of different movements and campaigns

Below is the transcript of our interview with three members of the anarchist group Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet (DAF, or Revolutionary Anarchist Action) in Istanbul during May 2015. DAF are involved in solidarity with the Kurdish struggle, the Rojava revolution and against ISIS' attack on Kobane, and have taken action against Turkish state repression and corporate abuse. They are attempting to establish alternatives to the current system through self-organisation, mutual aid and co-operatives.

The interview was carried out in the run-up to the Turkish elections, and touches on the election campaign by the HDP, the pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party. Soon after the interview took place, the HDP passed the threshold of 10% of the total vote needed to enter the Turkish parliament.

The DAF members – who all preferred to remain anonymous – began the interview by talking about the history of anarchism in the region. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
mashriq / arabia / iraq / workplace struggles / non-anarchist press Wednesday April 06, 2005 19:57 by Corporate Watch
The Basra Oil Union – which is independent of any political or religious affiliation –has been a powerful force in Iraq's largest industry. Representing 23,000 workers in the oil industry in the south of Iraq, it grew out of the South Oil Company (SOC) Union, and now combines ten trade union councils in nine Iraqi oil companies in Basra, Amara and Nassiriyah. read full story / add a comment
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