Intercoll Presentation

Intercoll is an open space for the development and confrontation of social and citizen movements. It is run by individuals linked to those movements, and by anyone who is involved in social struggles and mobilizations. Intercoll aims to contribute to the gradual emergence of a new "international collective intellectual" from the reflection of movements and networks of research and public education related to them.
Intercoll aims to create an international and multicultural space. The website operates in six languages. The articles will all offer a brief summary of ten ligns in the 6 different languages. Seven steps will be implemented:

  • The wall of questionings that will arise or should be asked by the social movements.
  • Partner websites from several regions and on several themes.
  • Working groups on proposed and selected themes.
  • Mobilizations and citizen actions proposed by our partners.
  • An ongoing survey on the social movements’ strategy.
  • Texts published by other websites and selected by Intercoll for their interesting perspective.
  • Events, seminars, conferences, various events in which Intercoll takes part.

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  • Big Brother may keep watching us forever

    , by EuroMed Rights, RHOMDANI Massoud

    Facing a global health crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on people, governments have resorted to restrictive measures including state of emergency, social distancing and the use of advanced technological tools. While these measures seem to be vital in avoiding the spread of (...)

  • They continue to kill our children!

    , by Autres Brésils, Debora Maria da Silva

    In this text, Débora Maria da Silva - founding member of the Movimento Independente Mães de Maio - looks back on the 14th anniversary of the May Crimes in Brazil, the police violence, the denial of democracy to the black population and the murderous management of the health crisis triggered by the arrival of Covid-19 in Brazil.

  • The role of pandemics and climate in the crisis of civilization

    , by MASSIAH Gus

    Based on the reading of Kyle Harper’s book on the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the text offers free reflections in these uncertain times.

    The reflection focuses on the loss of resilience and the fall of the American Empire, as well as the shift of the centre of the world and the rise of Asia. This places the overcoming of capitalism on the horizon, which also leads us to revisit the understanding of transitions between civilizations and to resit the collapse as a passage to the emergence of new civilizations.

  • Policies of non-acceptance of migrants in Tunisia

    , by FTDES, Migreurop

    This report is the result of fieldwork carried out between October 2019 and December 2019 in partnership with the Tunisian Forum for Economic and Social Rights and the Euro-African network Migreurop. During this mission, 90 interviews were conducted with migrants, representatives of local and international NGOs, researchers, activists, lawyers, journalists and institutional actors at both national and local levels.

  • Notes on the Coloniality of Peace

    , by Fondation Frantz Fanon, Nelson Maldonado-Torres

    The allusion to peace as a state of harmony within an established order, has long been an indispensable tool in the arsenal of colonialism and racism.

    To fight this kind of "peace", a decolonial and decolonizing sense of peace is found in the love and rage of those who come together to make visible the war that has been perpetuated by profoundly misguided conceptions of law and order. To be in peace is to move with others against modern/colonial law and order, including its institutional, symbolic, and epistemological foundations.