Richard Swift

Richard Swift is a former editor of New Internationalist magazine and author of the No-Nonsense Guide to Democracy and SOS Alternatives to Capitalism.
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Robert Ogman

Robert Ogman was involved in a wide variety of Left social movements in the United States before pursuing political theory at The Institute for Social Ecology (Vermont, U.S.), and The New School (New York City) where he acquired his BA.
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Routes Sucrées

Activist collective, journal
Routes sucrées is a free inter-/antinational leftist magazine. It focuses on providing undogmatic food for thought for a liberated society—one free of capitalism, sexism, homophobia, the state, racism and other forms of domination.

Rowan Tallis Milligan

Rowan Tallis Milligan is an independent academic actively involved in anti-raids work in London, and is a member of the Anti-raids Network.

Sarah Lazare

Sarah Lazare is a staff writer for AlterNet. A former staff writer for Common Dreams, she coedited the book About Face: Military Resisters Turn Against War.

Shalini Adnani

Shalini Adnani is a recent college graduate who went back to her home town June 2011 to research the ongoing Chilean student movement. She has also written for other media about the student uprising in Chile. See for example A view inside an Occupied Chilean School and Student Movement Stirs Chile.
Stephanie and Marcus Amargi smiling

Stephanie & Marcus Amargi

Stephanie Amargi and Marcus Amargi are a couple from Seattle and Louisiana, respectively. They are currently exploring various intentional cooperative communities throughout North America.

Svante Malmström

Activist, Writer
Svante Malström (1976-) is an environmental and community activist living in Finland. He was one of the founders of the Scandinavian communalist organization Demokratiskt Alternativ.
Demonstration for TATORT Kurdistan in Berlin

TATORT Kurdistan

Activist group
Campaign TATORT Kurdistan (Crime Scene Kurdistan) seeks to raise awareness of the historic plight of the Kurds, document the role of German firms and government in the Turkish-Kurdish conflict, and organize protests in Germany.
Teresa Hayter

Teresa Hayter

Teresa Hayter is a writer and activist on migration and anti-racism issues. She has been active in the Campaign to Close Campsfield since the immigration prison was opened, near Oxford, in 1993. She is one of the authors of the No One Is Illegal-manifesto.
The Rojava Report

The Rojava Report

The Rojava Report is a site whose goal it is to disseminate news and information in English on the ongoing revolution in Rojava, and developments in Kurdistan more generally. It was founded in August 2013.

Theodoris Karyotis

Theodoros Karyotis is a sociologist, translator and activist participating in social movements that promote self-management, solidarity economy and defense of the commons. He writes on

Thodoris Velissaris

Thodoris Velissaris (1980—) lives in Thessaloniki, Greece where he works as a teacher of economics. He participates in various radical projects, most notably in a political group named Another Democracy and in a more theoretical group named Initiative for Libertarian Municipalism.
Tiago Matos

Tiago Matos

Tiago Matos (1984-) was born in Portugal, but has lived most of his life in Norway. He is part of a group of political activists working out of Humla, where his main focus has been on urban politics and public space.
Yannis Ktenas

Yannis Ktenas

  Yannis Ktenas was born in 1991 in Athens, where he also resides at the moment. He is PhD candidate in Panteion University for Social and Political Sciences in Athens, studying the relationship between Max Weber and Cornelius Castoriadis. He participates in the editorial team of the political and philosophical review Kaboom.