Dr. Hawzhin Azeez has a Ph.D in Political Science and International Relations. She is a women's rights and refugee advocate. She is currently working on the rebuilding of Kobane through the Kobane Reconstruction Board.
Moore is a core organizer with Rising Tide Bay Area and a founding organizer of the Mobilization for Climate Justice West, a grassroots alliance of organizations in the Bay Area dedicated to keeping frontline communities at the forefront of the struggle while advancing community-led solutions
Ingerid S. Straume holds a PhD in the philosophy of education, with a thesis (in Norwegian) on the work of philosopher and psychoanalyst Cornelius Castoriadis. She is a writer of political and social theory and works as a subject specialist at the Library of the Humanities and the Social Sciences at the University of Oslo, Norway. She also teaches educational theory and acacemic writing. Member of Concerned Scientists, Norway and ATTAC.
Jacob Stringer lives in London, blogs on political organising and is an occasional journalist. He recently wrote a novel, 99% Darkness, in the aftermath of the Occupy and 15M movements (jacobstringer.com). His current interest is radical co-operatives as a path towards increased self-management in daily life.
Janet Biehl (1953—) is an author, copy editor, and graphic artist living in Burlington, Vermont. She used to be active in the Burlington Greens and the Left Green Network, and for more than two decades she was involved with popularizing and developing the theory and politics of social ecology.
Jonathan Korsár (1979-) lives in Uppsala, Sweden. He is an environmental rights activist and currently involved in energy and transport issues in Sweden. He also participates in various educational efforts concerned with climate justice and citizen journalism.
Joris Leverink is a freelance writer, journalist and editor for the online publication ROAR Magazine and columnist for TeleSUR English. He is currently living in Istanbul and has a background in cultural anthropology and political economy.
Check out his articles in ROAR Magazine.
Kahn Russell is an organizer serving movements for social justice and ecological balance. He is an action coordinator, facilitator, & trainer with the Ruckus Society, and has trained thousands of activists
Kjetil Simonsen (1981-) lives in Oslo. He is a historian with a speciality in the history of Anti-Semitism, Fascism, Conspiracism and Right Wing-Nationalism, and he has written several articles about these subjects.
Konstantinos Peris (1983-) lives in Buenos Aires. He has studied Political Science and International Relations in Italy and he is now finishing his Master’s Degree on Integration Studies between South American States in Argentina.
In ’56 László Bitó escaped from Hungary to New York, where he earned a Ph.D. in Medical Cell Biology and Biophysics at Columbia University. Upon retirement from Columbia as Emeritus Professor, he has returned to his native Hungary and started a second career as a novelist and journalist.