Category Archives: International Women’s Day

Melbourne, Australia: Action at the Turkish Consulate on International Women’s Day in Solidarity with Afrin

Received on 08.03.18: On March 8th, International Women’s Day, a group of women, gender diverse people and a cis-male ally successfully bypassed security and entered the consulate of the fascist Turkish State in Narrm / Melbourne, so-called Australia to voice … Continue reading

Posted in Abdullah Öcalan, Afrin, Anti-Patriarchy, Australia, Banners, Defend Afrin, Direct Action, International Solidarity, International Women's Day, Kurdish Struggle, Kurdistan, Melbourne, Narrm, PKK, Rojava, Rojava Revolution, Turkey, Videos, Women's Struggle, YPG, YPJ

Berlin, Germany: Cafe Owned by Turkish Fascists Targeted by Young Women’s Revenge Unit Şehid Viyan Soran

07.02.18: On Wednesday night in Berlin, young women angered by the attacks of the occupying Turkish army carried out a radical action against a cafe run by Turkish fascists. In the lead-up to March 8 (International Women’s Day), Young Women’s … Continue reading

Posted in Abdullah Öcalan, Afrin, Berlin, Defend Afrin, Direct Action, Fuck AKP, Germany, Graffiti, International Solidarity, International Women's Day, Kurdish Struggle, Rojava, Rojava Revolution, Vandalism, Women's Struggle, Young Women's Revenge Unit Şehid Viyan Soran, YPJ

Buenos Aires, Argentina: que a política não apague a raiva!

O folclore das datas faz seu chamado novamente, desta vez, como tantos outras, a convocatória cidadã olha em direção às bandeiras feministas, amparadas por partidos políticos e administradas pelo patriarca estatal, algumas dessas iniciativas se intitulam de “greve feminina”, outras … Continue reading

Posted in 8M, Analysis, Anti-Patriarchy, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Feminist Struggle, International Women's Day, Paro de Mujeres, Posters

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Que la politica no apague la rabia!

Recibido en 27.02.18: El folklore de las fechas hace su llamado nuevamente, esta vez, como tantas otras, una convocatoria ciudadana se asoma tras las banderas feministas, amparada por partidos políticos y gestionada por el patriarca estatal, algunxs le llaman “paro … Continue reading

Posted in 8M, Analysis, Anti-Patriarchy, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Feminist Struggle, International Women's Day, Paro de Mujeres

Chile: Pacification and Revolt concerning ‘International Women’s Day’- An anarchic reflection (Eng/Esp)

Received and translated on 21.03.17: When we realize the authoritarian and patriarchal nature of present-day society, we understand genders as impositions through which individuals are forced to play certain roles within the network of domination. Certainly, this society continues to … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Chile, International Women's Day, Women's Struggle

In March and all year round: memory, solidarity and anarchic agitation against power (Chile)

Received and translated on 13.03.17: March is a month that is particularly full of milestones that invite us with special strength to take to the streets and spread the anarchic agitation, with memory and solidarity as insurrectionist tools of action. … Continue reading

Posted in Analysis, Chile, Combative Memory, Day of the Young Combatant, Direct Action, Enrique Guzmán, International Women's Day, Javier Recabarren, Jonny Cariqueo, Juan Flores, Lambros Foundas, Nataly Casanova, Pampa Irigoin Massacre, Rafael and Eduardo Vergara Toledo, Revolutionary Struggle, Sin Banderas Ni Fronteras

Down with patriarchy: On the social, racist & patriarchal problems faced by women in prison (Germany)

  Here we publish a letter from our anarchist comrade who has been locked up in a German prison, in Köln, for several months. She is accused of carrying out a bank robbery in Aachen and is currently facing trial. … Continue reading

Posted in Aachen Bank Robbery Case, Analysis, Anarchist Prisoners, Germany, International Women's Day, Prison Struggle, Women Prisoners, Women's Struggle